|Viewing Direction||All o’clock|
|Viewing Angle Range||85/85/85/85Deg.|
|LCD Active Area (mm)||216.96×135.60|
|LCD Outline Dimension (mm)||228.30×149.05×2.60|
|Touch Points||10 Points|
|Touch IC Chip||GT928|
|Touch Interface||IIC (I2C)|
|Bonding Method||Optical Bonding, Air Bonding|
|Support System||Windows, Android, Linux etc|
|応用分野||Industrial Control, Home Automation, Medical Device, Self-service Terminal etc|
A TFT LCD display module is a type of flat-panel display that uses thin-film transistor technology to improve image quality and performance compared to earlier LCD technologies. These modules consist of multiple layers, including a backlight, liquid crystal layer, and thin-film transistor array. Each pixel in the display is controlled by its own individual thin-film transistor, allowing for precise control over color and brightness.
High Resolution: TFT LCD modules can provide high-resolution displays, making them suitable for applications requiring sharp and detailed visuals.
Color Accuracy: They offer excellent color accuracy and a wide color gamut, making them ideal for applications such as smartphones, tablets, and high-quality monitors.
Fast Response Times: TFT LCDs typically have fast response times, reducing motion blur in fast-paced videos and games.
Viewing Angles: These displays often have wide viewing angles, ensuring that the screen remains visible from various positions.
Brightness: TFT LCDs can achieve high levels of brightness, making them suitable for outdoor and well-lit environments.
Energy Efficiency: They are relatively energy-efficient, with power consumption varying depending on the display size and usage.
TFT LCD display modules are used in a wide range of applications across different industries:
Consumer Electronics: Smartphones, tablets, laptops, TVs, digital cameras, and gaming devices all commonly feature TFT LCD displays.
Industrial Control Panels: These displays are used in industrial settings for human-machine interfaces (HMIs) and process control.
Medical Devices: TFT LCD modules are found in medical equipment like patient monitors, ultrasound machines, and diagnostic devices.
Automotive: Many modern cars feature TFT LCD displays in the dashboard (instrument cluster), infotainment systems, and rear-seat entertainment systems.
Point-of-Sale (POS) Systems: TFT LCDs are used in cash registers, self-service kiosks, and payment terminals.
Aerospace and Aviation: In-flight entertainment systems and cockpit displays often use TFT LCDs.
Gaming Consoles: TFT LCD screens are used in handheld gaming consoles and gaming laptops.
Telecommunications: Network equipment and telecom devices may use TFT LCD displays for monitoring and configuration.
Home Appliances: Some appliances, such as refrigerators and washing machines, are equipped with TFT LCD screens for user interfaces.
TFT LCD technology continues to evolve. Some notable advances and trends include:
Higher Resolutions: Manufacturers are developing displays with even higher resolutions, including 4K and 8K displays for larger screens.
OLED Competition: Organic Light-Emitting Diode (OLED) displays, known for their vibrant colors and deep blacks, are competing with TFT LCDs in high-end applications.
Flexible Displays: Flexible TFT LCDs and OLED displays are being developed for applications like foldable smartphones and curved TVs.
Energy Efficiency: Efforts are being made to reduce power consumption in TFT LCDs, particularly for mobile devices where battery life is critical.