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TFT touch screens aimed at wearable, industrial devices

09 Jul 2015  | Julien Happich

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Custom and semi-custom display maker andersDX has unleashed round TFT touch screens targeted at the growing market for wearable electronics, especially in the healthcare and fitness sectors.

TFT touch screens

Manufactured by Guangdong-based display module specialist Truly Semiconductor, the round modules are also an attractive option in a number of industrial applications.

Wearables are by definition a highly style conscious market, and with an affordable NRE and tooling cost structures most customers will be able to specify the exact size they want rather than compromise with an off-the-shelf standard product.

The standard module has an overall diameter of 37.79mm, and an active area of 30.96mm diameter. The round display can be driven from a 4.6V supply and operates at temperatures of -10°C to 60°C. The LED backlight runs from a 2.9V power supply.




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