06 August 2012

Industrial displays with RGB background illumination module

Electronic Assembly's range of industrial displays includes an RGB background illumination module which makes it possible to set any shade of colour, including white.

The five graphic displays of the DOG line offer a resolution of 102 x 64 to 160 x 104 pixels. The three text displays can show two or three lines of text at 16 characters per line, or a single line with up to 8 characters.

The display is functionally separated from the background illumination module used. Therefore, display and illumination modules can be combined to accommodate various design requirements.

Communication takes place via an SPI interface with up to 20MHz of processing speed. Windows compatible simulation software can be downloaded free of charge and a test board is available for connecting to the usb port of a pc.

Designed to be installed in all types of machine, device and system, the displays are not thicker than 6.5mm with the illumination unit, or 2mm without. The display units are suitable for battery powered and mobile devices, and can be soldered directly to the circuit board without any additional assembly.

The DOG displays come with a single voltage source of 3.3V, while the text displays run with a 3.3 or 5V source. Capable of operating from -20 to 70 °C, the display modules can be used in various industrial application environments.

Author
Simon Fogg

Supporting Information

Websites
http://www.lcd-module.com/

Companies
Electronic Assembly Solutions

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