- 10.1’’ TFT display
- 1280x800px resolution
- LVDS interface
- High brightness 800cd/m2
- Full viewing angle (IPS)
- Industrial projected capacitive touch screen
- Black decorative cover glass
- High quality-zero bad pixels
|1 - 9||0% $149.90|
|10 - 99||2.13% $146.71|
|100 - 349||3.408% $144.79|
|350 - 499||4.68% $142.88|
|500 - 999||5.958% $140.97|
|1000 - 2999||7.18% $139.14|
|3000 +||8.511% $137.14|
Optical bonding is a process of affixing the touch panel (or just the protective glass) to the display using a liquid adhesive, gel or dry (film). In general, this process improves the parameters of the module – the optical performance, as well as durability.
The air-gap is the reason for the phenomena of reflection of sunlight. So, when the display is off, the Visual Area (V.A) is never black – it is gray.
When removing the air gaps, we reduce the number of internal reflecting surfaces, which increase of optical performance. This phenomenon improves readability, by reducing the reflection and correct contrast.
The high brightness, IPS TFT displays have a typical surface luminance of up to 1000 cd/m2 which means they are very bright even outdoors. The full viewing angles allow the user to interact with the display in a natural and intuitive way from every side. The high resolution provides crisp and clear colors.
The PCAP (Projected Capacity touch panel) is classified as ‘industrial’ (as opposed to ‘consumer’) when it is able to operate correctly in more demanding, harsh conditions (i.e. disturbing electromagnetic fields around causing interferences with panel controller, water droplets present in the surrounding area also on panel glass), and react properly when touched by hands in gloves. It can be tuned at the factory, detect touch through thicker glass layers than consumer panels (6mm thick glass layer was tested with success in the Riverdi lab) and it uses an industrial grade chip controller. Such controllers have industrial manufacturer’s guidelines implemented and are guaranteed to be manufactured typically from 10 to 15 years without any changes.
To keep the proper sensitivity the touch controller is tuned to the glass thickness.
For more information please see this page.
A uxTouch display is a specially designed LCD TFT display which has a Projected Capacitive Touch (PTC). Thanks to their absolute flat design and multi-touch feature, they are the perfect choice for your project if you intend to have an interactive design and technology.
They feature a modern and sleek design without any holes in the housing.
On the technical side, they are a great option for industrial spaces since there is no dirt accumulation possible. They also feature chemically strengthened glass, which has increased durability, thanks to the process of ion-exchange. They are easy to assemble, easy to clean and easy to implement into your design.
Glass in displays comes from TFT factories in large sheets called mother glass and is sorted by classes. These classes are governed by ISO standards which identify three levels of allowable number of bad pixels.
Apart from the visual discomfort bad pixels cause, there are very important practical disadvantages to working on a screen missing a seemingly tiny dot. The importance will vary across industries but it is perhaps best illustrated in medical devices where even a single bad pixel may change image enough to lead to wrong conclusions and dramatic consequences.
In our 10.1” displays we add an additional layer of tests as standard so we do not miss a single item with a bad pixel. There is a 100% ZERO bad pixels guarantee.
You can customize LVDS / RGB / MIPI displays in many different ways.
As you can see the possibilities are endless. All you need to do is choose.
We will help you to get the perfect tailor-made product.
|Dimensions||257.96 × 168.6 × 9.85 mm|
Projected Capacitive Touch Panel
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RGB Vertical Stripe
Anti-glare / Clear (for CTP)