High Contrast Ratio(10000:1)
Free Viewing Angle
Fast Response Time (≦ 10μs)
Thinner & Lighter & Durable
Wide Operation Temperature (-40~85℃)
No need of backlight, self emitting
Apply to most products from any area.
Trend of Displays
Leading the green vision
|Diagonal Screen Size||1.1"|
|Number of Pixels||96×96|
|Color Depth||262,144 Colors|
|Panel Size(mm)||30.10 × 25.80 × 1.0|
|Active Area (mm)||20.135 × 20.14|
|Pixel Pitch (mm)||0.07 × 0.21|
|Pixel Size (mm)||0.045×0.19|
|Brightness(cd/m2)||100 (Typ) @ 15V|
Packaging and Shipping:
|Packaging :||Packed with Anti-static transparent plastic bags, Anti-static foam
boxes and paper boxes.|
|Shipping :||Shipping via DHL, UPS,TNT, FedEx Express, Air mail, and seamail.|
An LCD, or Liquid Crystal Display, is a type of screen that is used
in many computers, TVs, and cell phones. LCDs are very thin, but
are actually composed of several layers. Those layers include two
polarized panels, with a liquid crystal solution between them.
Light is projected through the layer of liquid crystals and is
colorized, which produces the visible image.
The liquid crystals do no emit light themselves, so LCDs require a
That means that an LCD requires more power, and could potentially
be more taxing on your phone’s battery. LCDs are thin and light,
though, and generally inexpensive to produce.
Two types of LCDs are primarily found in cell phones: TFT
(thin-film transistor) and IPS (in-plane-switching). TFT LCDs use
the thin-film transistor technology to improve image quality, while
IPS-LCDs improve on the viewing angles and power consumption of TFT
A thin-film-transistor liquid-crystal display (TFT LCD) is a
variant of a liquid-crystal display (LCD) that uses thin-film
transistor (TFT) technology to improve image qualities such as
addressability and contrast. A TFT LCD is an active-matrix LCD, in
contrast to passive-matrix LCDs or simple, direct-driven LCDs with
a few segments.
TFT LCDs are used in appliances including television sets, computer
monitors, mobile phones, handheld video game systems, personal
digital assistants, navigation systems and projectors.