KOE introduces 13.3-inch 4K2K TFT display

The industrial LCD manufacturer KOE (Kaohsiung Opto Electronics) has announced the introduction of a new 13.3-inch TFT display module.

The TX34D200VM0BAA features 4K2K (3840 x 2160 pixels) resolution, IPS (in-plane switching) technology, a 16:9 wide aspect ratio, and a slim, compact mechanical design.

The display has a pixel pitch of 0.0765mm (w) x 0.0765mm (h), which corresponds to a pixel density of 332ppi (pixels per inch). The 3840 x 2160 pixel resolution display module provides a significantly higher pixel density - an increase of 400% - when compared to a Full HD (1920 x 1080 pixel) display.

Intendedfor high resolution monitoring, machine vision and media applications, the latest IPS display technology delivers exceptional image stability, colour saturation and deep black levels. Viewing angles of up to 176° are supported in all directions (vertical, horizontal). The fully integrated white LED backlight delivers a specified brightness rating of 350cd/m², which combined with a high contrast ratio of 1500:1, ensures that display images are colourful, concise and accurately reproduced.

An 8-bit RGB, 40-pin data interface features 4lane 5.4Gbps eDP1.4 (embedded DisplayPort) which supports a colour palette of up to 16.7m colours. The display module features compact mechanical outline dimensions of 298.46mm (w) x 175.69mm (h) x 2.0mm (d). The active LCD area is 293.76mm (w) x 165.24mm (h). An operating temperature range of 0°C to +50°C is supported. The display module weighs just 170 grams.

The 13.3-inch display features a TFT LCD cell which is produced using a LTPS (low temperature poly-silicon) manufacturing process. LTPS provides a higher LCD transmittance and an enhanced pixel aperture ratio which helps to reduce overall power consumption and internal heat generation from the LED backlight.

Typical applications for 13.3-inch 4K2K display include in-vehicle and in-flight entertainment, broadcast equipment, medical monitors, industrial machine-vision and security systems.