LCD manufacturer KOE has rolled out a new high-resolution, 8.0-inch TFT display featuring WXGA resolution (1280 x 768 pixels) with a 16:9 wide aspect ratio.
The new 8.0-inch WXGA display is ideally suited for industrial user interface, security, medical, and infotainment applications where a high resolution display is required to accurately represent display images and information, and video reproduction.
The high resolution WXGA TFT display is said to provide a 60% higher pixel density when compared with industry standard 8.0-inch WVGA displays with 117 pixels per inch.
Pixel pitch is 0.13575mm (w) x 0.13575mm (h), which equates to a pixel density of 187ppi (pixels per inch).
The display module is mechanically compatible with existing KOE 8.0-inch WVGA (800 x 480 pixels) TX20D33VM2BAA, TX20D34VM2BAA, and TX20D34VM2BAB display modules.
With a display brightness specified at 900cd/m² and a contrast ratio of 500:1, the Lite+ display is said to produces images that are bright, clear and concise. The white LED backlight, features a 50K hours to half brightness lifetime specification.
Jason Tsai, Marketing Manager, KOE, said, “Many infotainment and user interface applications are demanding higher resolution displays to enable accurate reproduction of images and video to be presented. The new 8.0-inch WXGA display allows KOE to embrace the increasing market demand for high performance, high resolution displays.”
A 20-pin LVDS interface supports 6 or 8-bit RGB colour data which enables a colour palette of 262k or 16.7m colours respectively.
Mechanical outline dimensions are specified as 189.0mm (w) x 120.0mm (h) x 7.5mm (d) and the active LCD area is 173.76mm (w) x 104.26mm (h).
Operating and storage temperature range are -30°C to +80°C. The module weighs 160g.
The new KOE TX20D201VM2BAB Lite+ display module is available immediately. For further details, view the full Press release.