Toppan to show prototype display at Embedded World  

Toppan to show prototype display at Embedded World  

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By Nick Flaherty

Japanese developer Toppan is to show a next-generation Blanview TFT display under development at a show in Europe next week.

The protype Blanview TFT display will be shown at Embedded World at the Nuremberg Exhibition Centre in Nuremberg, Germany, from April 9 through 11. This is Toppan’s third time at the show.

The current range of Blanview-TFT displays for industrial devices is the Ortustech, with high outdoor visibility and low power consumption. This ranges from the Blanview-R a 2-inch model for compact mobile devices with ultra-low power consumption and is visible when the backlight is off even in indoor environments to the Blanview-G 5-inch model that has excellent vibration resistance and can function in a wide temperature range for outdoor mobility applications such as heavy machinery and equipment used in construction and agriculture.

The Blanview-F is a 12.1-inch model with touch interface that makes it suitable for control panels for electric vehicle charging stations and other outdoor installations.

Toppan is also showing an LCD unit with optically bonded cover glass that takes advantage of Blanview’s outdoor visibility. The company will also introduce a new embedded solution consisting of a TFT-LCD and command control circuit board that requires only command input to enable display images, without sequential input of display image data. A “decorative display,” which delivers clear visuals on a decorative surface, will also be on display.



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