At the same time, Lextar is to launch its UFP I-Mini RGB display with a LED pitch of 0.7mm. The integrated I-Mini Blue backlight module integrates blue mini LED flip chip and driver IC to achieve high contrast, slim design and competitive cost in panel module assembly. Lextar’s I-Mini Blue realizes new local dimming technology of over a thousand zones, which can precisely control the backlight and achieve dynamic contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1. This K-zone backlight solution is perfect for applications such as TV, gaming monitor and laptop. Adopting COG (chip on glass) technology, the company has also developed AM (active matrix) mini LED backlight module. By transferring the blue mini LED chips on TFT glass panel, it is possible to achieve a local dimming of over 2,300 zones on a 2.9” panel, says the company, enabling small-sized panels with high contrast for VR applications.
For mini RGB displays, Lextar’s UFP (ultra fine pitch) I-mini RGB module can fit multiple display sizes for applications including signage, bus stop signs, chart-plotters, automotive panels, HUD and tail lights.