Kyocera Display TFT for Outdoor Use!

Kyocera Display devised a solution for the inevitable problems that coexist with reading an electronic tablet outside with their highly readable line of TFT displays enhanced with high brightness (over 600 nits luminance), anti-reflective surfaces, extended temperature ranges, and excellent readability at wide viewing angles.

Kyocera Display TFT LCDs provide the best front-of-screen performance for a vast array of industrial, telecommunications and automotive applications.

These VGA modules are created for high resolution display of color images from static to full-motion video, with high information content over side operating temperature ranges.

Features include:

  • 6.5” screen
  • Display format : 640 x 480
  • CMOS interface
  • Operating temperature: -25°C to 75°C
  • Anti-reflective coating (73-1320-ND)
  • Touch screen (73-1365-ND)
  • High luminance (73-1333-ND / 73-1365-ND)

Applications include:

  • Industrial
  • Telecommunications
  • Automotive

Here are some reasons to use Kyocera Display TFT:

  • Upward compatibility
  • Higher luminance
  • High contrast
  • Reduced EMI via LVDS interfaces
  • Reverse scan
  • Wide temperature range
  • RoHS compliance
  • Convenient TFT ToolKITs

Here are some key technologies to keep in mind:

  • Outdoor use
  • Touch screen solutions
  • Advanced wide view technology
  • LED backlight
  • Transflective displays
  • 6/8 bit compatibility with LVDS interfaces

Kyocera’s new Value Line products provide high quality performance at low-cost to the consumer, which are two very important characteristics in the market today.

Kyocera Display’s new line of TFT-LCD Digital displays with LED backlights range in size from 2.0-inch to 12.1-inch for all applications involved.

Here’s a little bit of background on Kyocera. Kyocera is a multinational manufacturer of electronics and ceramics with headquarters in Kyoto, Japan. This company was initially founded in 1959 as Kyoto Ceramic Company, Limited by a man named Kazuo Inamori, and was renamed in 1982. The company has since expanded from its original focuse in ceramic materials through internal development and strategic mergers and acquisitions. It now manufacutres industrial ceramics, solar power generating systems, telecommunications equipment, office document imaging equipment, electronic components, semiconductor packages, cutting tools, and components for medical and dental implant systems.

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