Monochrome modules: touchscreen, backlight options

A new line of 5.7-in. monochrome, modular graphic displays can be customized.


Tempe, AZ

Phoenix Display International (PDI) Inc

. has introduced a new line of 5.7-in. monochrome QVGA modules, available in FSTN/gray/positive/transflective or STN/blue/negative/transmissive configurations. The graphic modules (PN G-320240-5.7) provide an economical solution for the user to control each pixel individually to simultaneously display text and graphics. PDI’s

5.7-in. monochrome graphic displays

are modular in design and can be customized to fit specific applications. Numerous options are available.
STN and FSTN models are available with an RA8803 controller with built-in touchscreen controller. They can be configured with a CCFL or LED backlight. The display’s PCB can also handle a range of options, including dc-to-dc converter, temperature compensation, on-board RAM, ribbon cable, or FPC connection.
Pricing for the 5.7-in. STN negative blue mode module with CCFL backlight is $39.87 each for 5K-quantities and $42.50 for 1K-quantities.

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