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March, 2021 DISPLAY VISIONS:


New TFT Displays Have OLED-Like Viewing Angles


DALLAS, TX — DISPLAY VISIONS has introduced brilliant TFT displays that offer viewing angles comparable to those of OLED panels. Their extraordi- nary brightness makes them per- fectly readable even in extremely bright environments. Conventional TFT displays


have one weak point: the more one looks at the display at a slant, the weaker the contrast becomes. At a certain angle it can even tip over completely (gray scale inversion). Self-luminous OLED panels do not have this effect, but are limited in maximum brightness and lifetime. The company’s new


in-plane switching (IPS) color displays are de - signed to combine the best of both techniques. Due to their all-angle color stability (AACS) technology, contrast and colors of these graphic displays remain vir- tually unchanged, even at extreme viewing angles. The displays have a bright-


ness of up to 92.9 cd/ft2 (1,000 cd/m2), which makes them clearly readable in direct sunlight. The compact TFT displays are avail- able in staggered sizes from 2 to 7 in. (51 to 178 mm). The smallest version has a resolution of 240 x 320 pixels and has a thickness of only 0.09 in. (2.2 mm). All displays can be ordered with a capacitive


multitouch surface. The panels are easy to


install with flexible cable connec- tion and matching ZIFF connec- tor. They can be controlled by a classic RGB interface (16 or 24 bit) and the smaller displays through SPI. They are suitable with any kind of microcontroller. The supply voltage is 3.3V. Designed for tough continu- ous use in industry, the TFT dis-


TFT IPS displays have very broad viewing angles.


plays operate reliably between –4 to +158°F (–20 and +70°C). DISPLAY VISIONS guarantees a service life of at least 50,000 operating hours. As with all its products, the company ensures long-term availability from stock


for these TFT panels. Contact: DISPLAY


VISIONS, 3747 Cole Avenue,


Suite 247, Dallas, TX 75204 % 917-912-4750 E-mail: ecabooter@displayvi- sions.us Web: www.lcd-module.com


Advanced Energy Launches Configurable Power Supplies


DENVER, CO — Advanced Ener - gy Industries has introduced its new Excelsys CoolX®3000 modu- lar, configurable power platform. Designed for a wide range of demanding medical and indus- trial applications, this 3,000W power supply platform delivers leading power density, provides unique flexibility, and features digital communication and con- trol to connect with other appli- cations to deliver on the promise of Industry 4.0. Optimized for use in medical


diagnostics, imaging and treat- ment equipment, life science sys- tems, clinical chemistry, and specialized industrial equip- ment, the CoolX3000 rounds out AE’s CoolX family of config- urable power supplies, which includes the CX600, CX1000 and CX1800 Series. CoolX3000 sim- plifies system integration for OEMs and provides flexibility and scalability, with up to 24 iso- lated field-configurable outputs


and individual output controls. The CoolX3000 provides the


highest power level in the range, offering full control of output volt-


COOLX3000 configurable power supply.


age and current, as well as sequencing control with digital and analog interfaces. The Cool - X3000 has full safety agency approval for operation in high alti- tude conditions of up to 16,404 ft (5,000m), which is critical for


medical applications. Contact: Advanced Energy


Industries, Inc., 1595 Wynkoop Street, Suite 800, Denver, CO 80202 % 970-221-0108 Web: www.advancedenergy.com


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