New TFT offers outstanding optical performance in all operating conditions

11-01-2022 | Review Display | Subs & Systems

Review Display Systems has released a new 10.4" TFT P-series display module from industrial display manufacturer Tianma. The P1040XGF1MA00 offers XGA resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels), a classic 4:3 aspect ratio and Super Fine TFT (SFT) technology which allows wide viewing angles and highly consistent colour reproduction.


The 10.4" display provides a contrast ratio of 1000:1 and the Super Fine TFT (SFT) technology enables a wide viewing angle of 85 degrees in all viewing directions. A white LED backlight, complete with integrated driver, offers a specified brightness rating of 1300cd/m² and a 100K hour half-brightness lifetime. These crucial features assure that the TFT module provides display images that are bright, colourful, and highly consistent.


Justin Coleman, displays division manager, RDS said, “Tianma’s P-series display modules have been specifically designed for use in a wide range of human-machine interface (HMI) applications where reliable, long-term operation in harsh application environments is required. The Tianma 10.4" P-series display is no exception and offers an exceptional feature set that delivers excellent optical performance in all operating conditions.”


The 20-pin, single-channel LVDS data interface supports a configurable colour depth of 6-bit or 8-bit which allows a colour palette of either 262K or 16.7M colours. The 10.4" display module provides mechanical outline dimensions of 230mm (w) x 180.2mm (h) x 9.5mm (d) and an active display area of 210.4mm (w) x 157.9.24mm (h). The display module offers an extended operating temperature range of -30C to +80C. An anti-glare surface polariser is also utilised.


Product longevity is provided by a commitment to support a five-to-seven year product lifetime. Typical areas of use include industrial process control, factory automation, POS, in-vehicle systems, instrumentation, digital signage, and medical devices.

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