Introduction


AMOLED
The best quality display technology, brought to popularity by mobile phones. Active-Matrix (AM) built on OLED technology to provide with wider screen dimensions and higher matrix resolution. AMOLED displays feature high colour saturation, high contrast, high speed and amazing viewing angle.
Common Applications
Perfect solutions for medium size display application devices where the image quality is highly important.
Personal Digital Assistants (PDAs), mobile phones.

OLED
This is the most popular technology of self-emission (active) displays, with brighter and clearer images (monochrome, full or scaled colour). Known also as PM (Passive-Matrix) OLED, features with high contrast and high speed. Extremely thin displays, low power consumption for high performance. Great viewing angle (>160), wide temperature range and impressive miniaturization.
Common Applications
Fits for any small device that requires high resolution, particularly battery powered ones.
Wearable and sport devices, military applications, audio/visual displays.

TFT
Thin Film Transistor, flat-panel display screen in which each pixel is controlled by one to four transistors. TFTs are usually colour displays also called active-matrix (AM) LCDs.
High colour saturation, high contrast and with pixel density >100 ppi. High speed and good viewing angle for these long life-time colour displays. Available in wide range of sizes.
Common Applications
Widely used for mobile phone displays, computer screens, handheld devices, Human Machine Interface devices.
Medical, communication, industrial, marine and office equipments.

E-paper
Technically known as AMEPD (Active Matrix Electrophoretic Display), they are static activation displays: they hold the dot matrix activated with no power consumption. E-paper displays draw ultra-low power, providing wide viewing angles, they are perfectly sunlight readable and very thin, they also feature high density dot matrix and good contrast.
Due to E-paper technology, the E-paper cannot support backlight and have slow refreshing time.
Common Applications
Shelf labelling, direction signs, advertising boards, security tags.
Medical, communication, distribution and office equipments.

Colour LCD
Historically well known as CSTN (Colour STN). Passive-matrix LCD technology based on RGB pixel. Low power consumption. Economical alternative for small full colour display solutions. Affordable to customize.
Common Applications
audio/visual displays, portable games, instrumentations, wearable devices, appliances, hand-held products.
Appliances, industrial devices.

LCD
Monochrome passive-matrix LCDs have very power consumption displays. Wide variety of resolutions, sizes, crystal technologies, temperature ranges, control logics, colours, backlights and so forth.
Character LCD (known also as Alphanumeric) may be featured with Standard, European, Cyrillic, Russian or Greek fonts.
Extremely economical to customize any of display characteristics, there is not limit to customer's fantasy, icons included.
Common Applications
Any application where the device needs to communicate information to users.
White goods, industrial devices, audio/visual displays.


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