ASHLAND, Mass. Compact, lightweight and low in power, the TGM132 graphics LCD module from WTS Inc. targets an unformatted dot matrix of 120 (X) x 32 (Y) monochrome pixels for cost-conscious portable applications, such as pagers, cell phones and organizers. A status bar across the top of the transflective LCD module displays time and other messages using segmented digits and a selection of 12 icons.
The LCD has a Motorola 141803 controller on board, as well as a negative-voltage generator, which allows for single-supply operation. A standby mode brings current consumption down to less than 500 nanoamps. The form factor is a compact 49.8 x 22.7 mm.
Quantity pricing starts at $11. Samples are available in stock to 14 days ARO; production quantities arrive in six to eight weeks.
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