Active-Matrix TFT LCD Breaks 2000-Nit Brightness Barrier

Dec. 1, 1999
Extraordinarily high-brightness light output is claimed for the Phoenix SVGA (800 x 600-pixel) active-matrix TFT LCD panel. The 12.1" diagonal unit is dimmable from 2000 to 400 Cd/m2 (nits) and is touted as the brightest LCD panel

Extraordinarily high-brightness light output is claimed for the Phoenix SVGA (800 x 600-pixel) active-matrix TFT LCD panel. The 12.1" diagonal unit is dimmable from 2000 to 400 Cd/m2 (nits) and is touted as the brightest LCD panel available.A beneficial side effect of the firm’s high-brightness backlight technology is an increase in viewing angle to about 140°. Applications include ATM machines, public information displays and kiosks, gas pumps, marine displays, transportation displays, and other outdoor point-of-information uses.The panel offers clear images across all ambient lighting conditions from darkness to direct sun. Its field-serviceable backlight provides extended life and ease of maintenance. Also featured is fast response of less than 25 ms for viewing full-motion video without smearing. Both dc or ac input power options are available.

Company: DENSITRON CORPORATION OF AMERICA

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