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Densitron expands ultra-wide temperature TFT display range

Densitron has unveiled a newly-expanded range of TFT displays for use in exceptional temperatures.

The displays function at a wide temperature range – from as low as -30℃ and up to 85℃ – making them suitable for harsh outdoor applications. Traditional industrial TFTs have a standard -20℃ to 70℃ operating temperature, whereas these displays have an extended range and can run both 10 degrees colder and up to 15 degrees warmer in more extreme environments than the temperature of a traditional LCD display.

The range also includes a wide variety of size options with 3.5”, 4.3”, 5”, 7’’ and 10.1” displays available.

These TFT displays have wide viewing angles for all-round and handheld views, ensuring they are easy to read outdoors, even in sunlight. Images and colours are sharp and well-defined. The displays use IPS and MVA industrial grade glass which makes them even more robust. Consequently, they are available with a five-year long-term supply.

The ultra-wide temperature TFT display range is available for MPU, 3wire SPI+RGB, RGB and SPI interfaces.

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Neil Tyler

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