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New series of uniTFTs intelligent touch displays from Electronic Assembly, coming in sizes from 2” to 4.3”, offers extremely short development of highly sophisticated HMIs.
Choosing a display is a crucial thing. If you consider 5 important display parameters in your selection and take the basic advantages and disadvantages of both technologies into account, you can easily choose the most suitable display for your application.
Apart from the simple and fast development of graphics applications, a larger display has been added to the pool of benefits of working with 4D Systems displays. New 9” module with resistive or capacitive touch panel and with adapters for Raspberry Pi and Arduino.
Kingbright KPTR series, suitable for reverse mounting, makes it possible to achieve that the LED is hidden in the PCB.
Speaker is a key element in audio transmission. We have summarized new products that play well, last a long time and do not cost much. Don't risk your reputation and bet on the well-known Visaton brand.
Graphics feature support, USB interface, capacitive touch panel, aesthetic glass frame and easy to install - all the pluses for smooth and fast application development.
80 dB acoustic signal at the only 3V power supply and a really miniature size rank this component in the TOP class.
Building on the success of the first two generations of FT8xx touch display controllers, Bridgetek introduced two new chips, BT815 and BT816. The possibility to connect up to 256MB of external FLASH is not the only enhancement that EVE3 offers.
TFT displays can withstand a wide range of working temperatures. However, limit values have a negative impact on their life. Do you also count with extreme conditions when choosing a display?
Free software tool 4D Workshop intended for 4D Systems displays enables that surprisingly well and easy.
The new OLED from Electronic Assembly offers, besides usual RS232, I2C and SPI protocols, also a convenient and full-featured USB interface.
Mounting of a small graphic display EA OLEDS102 which is mounted only by soldering into PCB or plugging into a socket is not only fast and reliable but also cheap.