Electronic Displays News

Easy way to upgrade your old display to colour TFT

AndersDX is trying to simplify to process of up-grading designs with character display modules to QVGA colour TFT modules. The supplier will customise and adapt the module to fit into the existing case aperture, designing a bezel or housing to create a perfect fit. It will also supply an…

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Video stabiliser plugs in-line

Isle of Wight DSP firm RFEL has announced an off-the-shelf real-time HD video stabiliser. Called StableEyesHD, it removes unwanted camera shake and picture rotation to increase the effectiveness of surveillance, security or situational awareness systems. It is installed by plugging it into the existing video cable connections…

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Vision from Axiomtek

An industrial-grade embedded vision system featuring PoE (power-over-Ethernet) support will be launched by Axiomtek in June…

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Display board has quad-core ARM processor for H.265 decode

A display driver board from Review Display Systems (RDS) supports embedded Display Port, HDMI and MIPI. The eDP interface, for LCD use, is available with one, two or four lanes (6bit, 8bit and 10bit respectively). The multimedia board, called Orion RK3288 uses the RockChip RK3288 quad-core ARM Cortex-A17…

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Kyocera builds sensors into LCD screens

Kyocera has announced two 7-inch widescreen (800 x 480 pixels) WVGA on-cell touch LCD modules with built-in touch sensors: the TCG070W VLRPC-GD117 and TCG070W VLRPC-GD118…

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Ginsbury signs Kingtech for small and medium TFTs

Rochester display specialist Ginsbury has signed a distribution agreement with Shenzhen LCD manufacturer Kingtech for UK and Ireland. According to Ginsbury, Kingtech has more than 11 years’ experience designing and supplying TFT LCDs, currently offering displays from 1.44 to 10.2inch. It can provide integrated off-the-shelf or…

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Itron makes touch TFTs for gloved hands

Itron has applied its vacuum fluorescent display (VPD) process to the production of projective capacitive touch sensors which it claims has performance and set-up benefits compared with indium tin oxide (ITO)-based projective capacitive touch panels. This low impedance touch technology, which the firm calls MPC Touch, works with…

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TFT display controller handles compatibility issues

Itron UK has designed a credit card-sized system on module which adds ARM processor class processing and multiple communications peripherals to a TFT touch display controller. Called PumaNova SOM, the module has been designed for simple integration into systems designs such as PLCs, communications nodes and point of sales…

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