Munich, Germany - The new NEC LCD module incorporates an ultra-wide viewing angle of 176° (both horizontally and vertically), high luminance of 350 candelas per square meter (cd/m2) and high contrast ratio of 800:1 are realized through NEC LCD Technologies' own UA-SFT technology, which boasts high transmissivity and wide viewing-angle properties. In addition, UA-SFT technology also reduces the colour shift that occurs due to a change in viewing angle, allowing information to be viewed easily and accurately from any angle in either portrait or landscape orientation.
9-inch LCD includes Super-Fine TFT (SFT) technology
The new module is compatible with the companys 9-inch standard product in its outer dimensions, position of mounting holes and screen center. In addition, the new module maintains signal compatibility with conventional products supporting a WVGA-type low-voltage differential signaling (LVDS) interface. Thus, the module can be replaced easily without having to change any of the peripheral appliances.
A wide operating temperature range, from "20 to +70°C, guarantees operation even in extreme conditions. Super-Fine TFT (SFT) technology, one of the company's core technologies, is a high-quality picture advancement based on the wide viewing-angle technology of in-plane switching (IPS), and is in great demand for high-end display applications such as diagnostic imaging in medical equipment and preview monitoring and verification in broadcasting equipment.
Display devices used in industrial applications, including factory automation and measurement equipment, require excellent viewing performance in order to display diverse information on screen quickly and accurately.
In addition to the new 9.0-inch LCD module, the company also offers a new 10.4-inch color TFT LCD module with super video graphic array (SVGA) resolution. This display achieves high visibility even in high ambient light by incorporating the company's proprietary super-transmissive, natural-light TFT (ST-NLT) technology.