VGA TFT module’s colour saturation suits industrial monitoring
Industrial LCD manufacturer KOE (Kaohsiung Opto-Electronics) has introduced a 5.7-inch TFT display module which provides a compatible performance upgrade for its KOE 5.7-inch VGA TX14D23VM5BAA display.
The new model, the TX14D203VM0BAA display has VGA resolution (640 x 480 pixels), a 4:3 aspect ratio. In-plane switching (IPS) technology delivers colour saturation and image stability, high contrast and highly saturated black levels, with viewing angles of up to 170 degrees (left/right, up/down).
The 5.7-inch TFT display module is suitable for use in process control systems, industrial human machine interface (HMI) and medical monitoring equipment.
It has a contrast ratio of 1000:1 and a white LED backlight with a specified brightness rating of 800cd/m². These key features, says KOE, ensure that display images are bright, concise and exhibit high accurately colour reproduction.
Mechanical outline dimensions are 131.0 x 102.2 x 7.6mm and active display area is 115.2 x 86.4mm. Storage and operating temperature range is -30 to +80 degrees C.
The TX14D203VM0BAA display module provides a direct, plug-in enhancement for the TX14D23VM5BAA TFT display. Both modules have the same mechanical outline dimensions and 40-pin CMOS data interface. The 6-bit RGB colour data enables a colour palette up to 262k colours.
KOE has also announced that it introduce a LVDS interface version, shortly.
The TX14D203VM0BAA is available now from KOE’s worldwide sales channel and distribution partners.
Kaohsiung Opto-Electronics (KOE) is a wholly owned subsidiary of Japan Display. KOE’s headquarters and manufacturing facilities are in Taiwan.
Japan Display was formed by the merger of the LCD panel businesses of Hitachi, Sony and Toshiba in conjunction with the Innovation Network Corporation of Japan (INCJ).
Japan Display has fabrication facilities in Japan and claims to be one of the world’s largest manufacturer of small to medium size LCD and produces displays for mobile phones, tablet computers, automotive and medical equipment.