Readable displays with low-power consumption

21st April 2017
Anna Flockett

Distec has announced and added the high-quality ORTUSTECH TFT displays to its product range. Ortus Technology was founded in 2010 by merging the display units of CASIO and TOPPAN and offers a variety of different TFT displays in sizes from 2.2-9.6" (5.588-24.384cm).

Manufactured according to industrial standards, they are especially suitable for rough outdoor use. "With more than 30 years of experience in the field of industrial displays, ORTUSTECH is one of the pioneers in the LCD sector and has developed the optimum technology for sunlight readable displays with low power consumption: the innovative Blanview technology," explained Leonhard Spiegl, Product Manager Components at Distec.

Spiegl added: "It perfectly combines the benefits of transmissive and transflective displays."

Perfect applications for the Blanview displays are all mobile or battery driven devices, for example in the medical or automotive field or in handhelds for outdoor applications.

Blanview technology
Optimum readability and colour fidelity under almost all lighting conditions, including direct sunlight, and a wide viewing angle are the main benefits of the Blanview technology. Blanview displays also show an up to 60% reduced power consumption (compared to conventional transmissive displays).

All these advantages enable compact designs and long battery life - nowadays the basic requirement for modern products.

Industrial quality
Typical for Japanese companies, ORTUSTECH is focusing on quality: the production sites are certified according to IS09001/14001 for optimum process cycles, sustainability and environmental protection.

The displays feature a low weight and a narrow bezel but nevertheless are robust and master rough environmental conditions due to the extended temperature range.

To ensure a reliable project planning, ORTUSTECH guarantees a long-term availability of at least five years.

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