Sharp Expands Its Small TFT LCD Line-up for Personal Audio Visual (PAV) Applications
Sharp Devices Europe has announced two additions to its small TFT LCD line-up. The two continuous grain silicon (CGS) displays include a 1.6-inch (1.56” diagonal) transflective colour LCD suitable for use with wearable technology and a 2.95-inch diagonal SVGA+ LCD. The new displays were conceived for personal audio visual (PAV) applications.
The 1.6-inch LS016B8YUxx is a thin, high-performance panel for wearable product designs. As a transflective display, it is highly reflective (10% reflection ratio). As a result, the backlight can remain off in most cases to reduce power consumption. The 180 x 180 pixel display can also switch between monochrome and RGB colour modes while achieving an 800:1 contrast ratio for crisp images and superior outdoor readability.
The 2.95-inch LS030B3DXxx landscape-mode panel delivers 366 ppi (pixels per inch) resolution thanks to its high aperture ratio. A highly transmissive colour filter enables exceptional brightness levels of up to 600 nits while a polarizer allows for a contrast ratio of 1000:1 (typical) making this display ideal for outdoor applications. Excellent viewability is ensured by Sharp’s new wide view angle technology. The panel includes a chip-on-glass (COG) driver with an internal controller and power supply, making it easy to integrate the LCD in PAV applications.
Personal audio-visual (PAV) LCDs backed by Sharp
European Sharp customers enjoy the full-service support provided by SDE’s sales and engineering teams. Sharp PAV LCD panels offer long product life cycles combined with extensive documentation including specifications, incoming inspection standards, reliability data, and a UL parts list.
Samples and Pricing
Product samples and pricing may be obtained directly from Sharp Devices Europe and its official distributors. Sharp displays are RoHS* compliant, upholding the company’s commitment to reducing the environmental impact of manufacturing. ∗ The Restriction of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Equipment (RoHS) Directive (2002/95/EC). This directive took effect July 1, 2006. All measurements are diagonal. All quoted specifications represent typical values. Sharp is a registered trademark of Sharp Corporation.
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