Lumineq Thin Film Electroluminescent (TFEL) displays comprise a solid-state glass panel, an electronic control circuit and a power supply. The TFEL glass panel, the heart of the assembly, consists of a luminescent phosphorous layer sandwiched between transparent dielectric layers and a matrix of row and column electrodes (see schematic below). The circuit board, which contains the drive and control electronics, is connected directly to the back of the glass panel. A pixel on the display is lit by applying voltage to the row and column electrodes, thus causing the area of intersection to emit light.
The result of this compact and solid-state design is a flat, reliable and inherently rugged display with exceptionally fast response time of less than 1 ms, regardless of temperature.
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Increase your understanding of a range of technical inovations introduced by NLT to enhance the performance of their product range.
NLT Display Technology explained
Electronic paper, also known as e-paper or electronic ink, ecompasses a range of display technologies which are designed to mimic the appearance of ordinary ink on paper. Unlike conventional backlit flat panel displays, electronic paper displays reflect light like ordinary paper. E-paper has been around for a while and the applications are rapidly spreading to many areas as ongoing development improves the performance of the technology.
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Touch screen technology explained, together with a range of inovations introduced to improve the perfomance of AMT touch panels.
AMT's touch screen technologies
Click Here for more technical information on AMT's new range of touch panels, utilising the revolutionary projected capacitive technology
FSC, Field Sequential Colour is a new way of generating colours in the LCD module without the need for colour filters.
FSC Display Technology explained
More information on inovations used by Optrex to improve the performance of their TFT panels
Optrex Anti-Reflective Coating