The LED backlights ensure a longer lifetime, typically 100,000 hours at 25ºC, and also eliminates the need for high-voltage inverters which require safety and electrical noise reduction measures. The product portfolio ranges from 4.3” to 17.5” colour units operating in the -30 to 80°C temperature range and under all kinds of environments where extreme vibrations and shock loads are present.
According to the company’s figures, the luminance of the LED backlight-equipped LCD modules tops LCD modules employing CCFL backlights over the entire temperature range. Mitsubishi Electric has also developed LCD materials that maintain image quality at high temperatures as well as structural designs that minimize increases in local temperature by efficiently releasing the heat generated by the CCFL/LED backlights.
The display modules are checked at an in-house EMI evaluation centre to ensure that they meet the standards for industrial products. For enhanced results, the units use Natural Color Matrix colour conversion technology to reproduce colours as closely to the true colours of objects. Wide viewing angles models extend their display capabilities to 170 degrees in both the vertical and horizontal directions, ensuring a clear image regardless of the screen position.
Comparison of a conventional and super-wide viewing angle from different angles
Four widescreen LCD modules versions are available, namely the 9.0, 12.1, 14.1 and 17.5-inch diagonal units with the same height as the more conventional 4:3 aspect ratio LCD modules measuring 6.5, 8, 10.4, 12.1 or 15-inch.
Widescreen TFT-LCD modules accommodating 4:3 aspect ratio configurations.
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