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What is a Riverdi Intelligent Display?

An intelligent display is a smart solution for integrating the video processing unit with the display, so the image is processed by the display itself. It is driven by Bridgetek EVE graphics controller – Embedded Video Engine. EVE display technology was developed with graphics and video applications in mind. It blends three major functionalities – audio, display, and touch.

What are the main benefits?

  • Save processing resources, like memory and bandwidth.
  • Spend less time and costs on programming.
  • Create high-quality Human Machine Interfaces (HMIs).
  • Set up and run your display with ease.
  • Boost the overall cost-efficiency of the device.

Latest EVE4 Intelligent Display Series

We combined BT817Q – the most powerful graphics controller on the market – with an industrial-grade touch panel to bring you Riverdi Intelligent Displays. See more EVE4 options here.

Switch from the older EVE display to the EVE4 Intelligent Display

If you are using older generations of EVE FTDI/BRIDGETEK controllers please see the migration guide on how to switch to the latest one EVE4 series. EVE4 is a high brightness IPS intelligent display series with BT817Q graphics controller.

  • Main features:
    • 7’’ TFT display
    • 1024x600px resolution
    • High brightness 800cd/m2
    • Full viewing angles (IPS)
    • BT817Q graphics controller
    • QSPI/SPI interface
    • Industrial projected capacitive touch screen
    • Metal mounting frame
    Size
    Touch Screen
    Projected Capacitive Touch Panel
    Touch Screen Bonding Technology
    Air Bonding
    Touch Screen Shape
    aTouch
    Mounting Frame
    With Frame
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  • Main features:
    • 7’’ TFT display
    • 1024x600px resolution
    • High brightness 800cd/m2
    • Full viewing angles (IPS)
    • BT817Q graphics controller
    • QSPI/SPI interface
    • Optical bonding
    • Industrial projected capacitive touch screen
    Size
    Touch Screen
    Projected Capacitive Touch Panel
    Touch Screen Bonding Technology
    Air Bonding
    Touch Screen Shape
    aTouch
    Mounting Frame
    Without Frame
    Compare
  • Not recommended for new design. See EVE4.
    A Riverdi 7″ TFT display with a capacitive touchscreen, a metal mounting frame, and a built-in LED inverter. The 800x480 resolution provides crisp and clear colors, while the screen is driven by the powerful BT815 graphics controller. The display features the standard SPI/QSPI interface.
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  • A Riverdi 7″ TFT display with a capacitive touchscreen built-in LED inverter. The 800x480 resolution provides crisp and clear colors, while the screen is driven by the powerful BT815 graphics controller. The display features the standard SPI/QSPI interface.
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  • Not recommended for new design. See EVE4.
    A Riverdi 7.0″ TFT display with a capacitive touchscreen and a metal mounting frame that allows easy integration. The 800x480 resolution provides crisp and clear colors, while the screen is driven by the powerful FT813 graphics controller. The display features the standard SPI/I2C interface.
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  • Not recommended for new design. See EVE4.
    A Riverdi 7.0″ TFT display with a capacitive touchscreen and a built-in LED inverter. The 800x480 resolution provides crisp and clear colors, while the screen is driven by the powerful FT813 graphics controller. The display features the standard SPI/I2C interface.
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  • A Riverdi 7.0" TFT display with a projected capacitive touchscreen and a metal mounting frame that allows easy integration. The 480×272 resolution provides crisp and clear colors, while the screen is driven by the powerful SSD1963 graphics controller. The display features the standard MCU interface.
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  • A Riverdi 7.0" TFT display with a projected capacitive touchscreen. The 800×400 resolution provides crisp and clear colors, while the screen is driven by the powerful SSD1963 graphics controller. The display features the standard MCU interface.
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