LCD modules for industrial equipment environments

Tianma NLT USA has six 5.7-in. TFT LCD modules, which are designed for industrial display applications and they have the same module outline and the same mounting hole positions.


Tianma NLT USA has six 5.7-in. TFT LCD modules, which are designed for industrial display applications and they have the same module outline and the same mounting hole positions. Courtesy: Tianma NLT USATianma NLT USA has six 5.7-in. TFT LCD modules: four VGA resolution models and two QVGA resolution models, which are designed for industrial display applications. The six LCDs are NLT’s next generation 5.7-in. displays and feature a built-in LED driver board, a wide operating temperature range of -30 to 80 C, a high contrast ratio of 900:1. The modules are interchangeable as they have the same module outline and the same mounting hole positions. Five of the displays have CMOS interfaces and one of the VGA offerings has an LVDS interface.

The four 5.7-in. VGA modules designed to be resistant to vibrations up to 6.8 G, making them ideal for applications prone to strong shock and vibration such as in construction and marine equipment. They are available with standard and high brightness, LVDS or CMOS interface, and a portrait view compatible model is also available. The LCDs also include two QVGA models: A standard module and a high brightness module that achieves excellent visibility even in bright ambient light. Both displays feature a high contrast ratio and wide operating temperature range.

Tianma NLT USA 

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