More and more companies are looking to incorporate small high-resolution screens into their devices. Whether you are designing the next big thing or sprucing up an old one, a high-resolution color display can set you apart from your competition. Let me guess you’ve found a single board computer and perfect display but when you try to connect the two MIPI rears its ugly head. We have a solution for you, an HDMI to MIPI converter board. This simplifies the process of adding a screen to your product saving you precious time, headaches and money.
Below is the current list of panels that we know work with the board. Let us know if the screen you want is NOT on the list. We are always looking to increase compatibility.
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People think LCDs, especially touch screens, are easy to break and are just generally unreliable. Smartphones are a prime example of this- who hasn’t dropped their phone and had cracks running across the screen or worse, had it break entirely?
You’ve done the research. You’ve acquired your design team. Your product is out on the market, and you’re going to ramp up production: except for one hitch. The LCD panel you’re using or planning on using is hard to find or reaching its end of life!
This hard to find panel is widely used for tablet devices. Its built in powerful white backlight and wide aspect ratio make for a comfortable quality viewing experience. Although still currently in production, it is hard to find in the market due to its widespread usage and tendency to sell quickly. For more details, read below! Continue reading
Viewing angle enhancements can be added onto your panel to provide a more comfortable viewing cone, the area in which the monitor can be seen. All twisted nematic (TN) displays can be upgraded to a super wide view panel and still maintain industrial grade performance with SmarterGlass’ bonding process.
The LQ047K3SX06 and LS047T1SC02 are 4.7″ panels made and manufactured by SHARP. Their size coupled with their portrait type design makes them especially useful in applications requiring portability such as mobile computing and cell phones.
Are you struggling to see your screen in the sun, only to go inside and have an equally difficult time indoors? Backlighting is a necessity for most panels, with most environments having enough ambient light to render your screen unreadable.
Cover glass is a thin layer of material placed and bonded over a display panel, with a variety of uses. It comes in any number of standard see-through (optically clear) materials, such as glass, polycarbonate, plastic, plexiglass, or acrylic, each with a variety of benifits. Glass is standard for regular TFT LCD screens; AMOLED screens with flexibility may require a flexible plastic instead. Acrylic provides a more shatter-proof experience (but cannot be cleaned by isopropyl alcohol: it will attack the surface and dissolve the polymer chains of the acrylic plastics).
The SHARP LQ084V3DG02 is an 8.4″ normally white transmissive panel. Mass production for this panel began late in 2008, and is currently reaching its end-of-life phase. It is very hard to find and is in high demand, as it features a wide range of enhancements allowing for use in many industrial applications.
- Kiosk displays
- Automotive displays
- Marine/Aviation displays
- Military displays
- Hand-held Devices
- Commercial Digital Signage
All panels listed below feature 1000 cd/m2, making them ideal for a variety of high ambient light applications, useful both indoor and outdoor.