Full HD TFT display ideal for demanding industrial applications

03-02-2023 | Review Display | Automotive & Transport

Review Display Systems has introduced a new 18.5" TFT display module from Tianma. The P-series P1850FHF1MB01 provides Full HD resolution (1920 x 1080 pixels), a wide 16:9 aspect ratio and IPS technology which offers excellent optical performance.

These TFT display modules have been developed to provide high levels of optical performance and satisfy the demanding requirements of medical, industrial, and in-vehicle display markets and applications where reliable and consistent operation is crucial.

The 18.5" display features the company's proprietary SFT (Super Fine TFT) wide viewing technology which allows viewing angles of 88 degrees in all viewing directions. A contrast ratio of 1000:1 and a white LED backlight, and an integrated driver and 50K hour half-brightness lifetime, deliver a specified brightness rating of 400cd/m² and make sure that the TFT module supplies display images that are colourful, bright, and highly consistent.

Justin Coleman, displays division manager, RDS said, “The Tianma 18.5" P-series display offers a strong feature set that provides excellent optical performance that delivers bright, saturated colour display images that can be easily seen from all viewing directions. Tianma’s wide range of P-series display modules has been purposefully designed for use in a wide range of human-machine interface applications where reliable, long-term operation in demanding application environments is required.”

The two-channel LVDS data interface supports 8-bit RGB which provides a colour palette of up to 16.7M colours. The 18.5" display module supplies mechanical outline dimensions of 430.4mm (w) x 254.6mm (h) x 13.5mm (d) with an active display area of 408.96mm (w) x 230.04mm (h). An extended operating temperature range of -20C to +70C is supported.

These TFT display modules are suited to various applications including factory automation, industrial process control, in-vehicle systems, instrumentation, digital signage, POS systems, and medical equipment.


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