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A short video illustrating how optical bonding takes place on our displays
A short video illustrating how the latest display technology on offer from Densitron accommodates the 10 point touch technology in full colour
What is an IPS display?
IPS stands for In-Plane Switching, and was developed to improve upon the poor viewing angle and colour saturation of TN LCD's. The crystal molecules within the display move parallel to the plane instead of perpendicular as is the case with TN, which gives the technology its name. This change reduces the amount of light scattering in the matrix, which leads to wider viewing angles and good colour saturation.
What is the lifetime of an OLED display?
This is dependent on the colour, with Yellow being the best, offering up to 100k hours to half brightness.
What voltages are required to use OLED displays?
Usually our OLED range needs a logic voltage of 3V and a pixel voltage of 9-15V to function.
What interfaces are compatible with OLED displays?
Our OLED displays use either SPI, parallel or I2C protocols, depending on the model.