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Quantum dot technology deemed beneficial for the environment

The European Commission has granted an exemption to the Restriction of Hazardous Substances (RoHS 2) Directive for Electrical and Electronic Equipment, confirming that QD Vision’s Color IQ quantum dot technology is beneficial for the environment.
26th January 2015

Intelligent display developer sponsors UK conference

Intelligent display developer sponsors UK conference
Intelligent Display Solutions (IDS), a division of Intelligent Group Solutions, will be the lead sponsor of this year's UK Device Developers' Conference. The event, targeted at engineers and computer scientists working in the development of intelligent systems and devices, will take place during May and June in Reading, Cambridge, Manchester and Uphall (Scotland).
26th January 2015

Connector line adds to Anglia Lighting offering

Connector line adds to Anglia Lighting offering
Anglia Lighting has strengthened its support of Cree lighting class LEDs. It has added an extensive range of Zhaga styled, push wire connectors dedicated to Chip-on-Board (COB) LEDs, following the signing of a UK and Ireland distributor agreement with German manufacturer BJB, a leading manufacturer of LED and conventional lighting components.
19th January 2015


Monitor ensures flicker free colour consistency

Monitor ensures flicker free colour consistency
MMD has released a new 27-inch IPS-AHVA display with factory-calibrated colour support across the Adobe RGB colour space from Philips Monitors. With the wide gamut of Adobe RGB, the display can reproduce over one billion colours with near-total fidelity, giving professional users the confidence that the colours on the display are consistent with industry standards – for colour precision throughout the entire production workflow.
16th January 2015

Overlay screen detects up to 48 touch points

Overlay screen detects up to 48 touch points
Luso Electronics now has available TimeLink’s multi-touch panels to overlay LCD/LED monitors creating display screens that flawlessly detect up to 48 touch points simultaneously. This panel allows single or multiple users to interact with devices such as ATMs, POS kiosks, digital signage and entertainment screens with a better level of gesture control for greater functionality and ease of use.
15th January 2015

Increasing sophistication in displays & touchscreens

Increasing sophistication in displays & touchscreens
  Steve Rogerson explores the increasing sophistication in displays and touchscreens, and looks at how the industry is managing the demand for such technology in even basic products.
15th January 2015

Compact LED doubles lumen output

Compact LED doubles lumen output
The new Osram Ostar Stage LED from Osram Opto Semiconductors offers more than twice the lumen output than earlier members of the product family with a component surface that is only 30% larger. The LED, available from distributor Rutronik is ideal for more compact and powerful moving heads for stage and spotlights for trade fairs and architectural lighting.
13th January 2015

Touchscreen with 25mm hover distance & 50% reduced touch power

Atmel has launched its next-gen maXTouch U family, bringing the world’s first capacitive touchscreen solution to aid display design. OEMs will no longer have to worry about touch and display performance when selecting thinner stacks such as on-cell, hybrid in-cell, full in-cell touchscreens utilising very thin film and glass substrates.
9th January 2015

Blue light & flicker technolgies address eye health concerns

Blue light & flicker technolgies address eye health concerns
  To address eye health concerns such as retinal stress and macular degeneration, AOC has introduced 22″ and 24″ displays with Anti-Blue Light and Flicker FREE technologies.
17th December 2014

Electrophoretic display suits mobile applications

Electrophoretic display suits mobile applications
An electrophoretic active matrix display, which is claimed to drastically reduce time-to-market, has been released by Electronic Assembly. The EA ELABEL20 A ePaper, offered with built-in intelligence, has a diagonal size of 2". Alongside a large number of graphic functions, the device features eight built-in fonts. Users can also upload additional fonts.
16th December 2014


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