Consumers are demanding more realistic video, 3-D graphics and photo-realistic images in the office and in the home.
Solutions exist today to move this high-speed digital data both on very short and very long distances: on a printed circuit board (PCB) and across fibre or satellite networks.
Moving this data from board-to-board or box-to-box, however, requires an extremely high-performance solution that consumes a minimum of power, generates little noise (must meet increasingly stringent FCC/CISPR EMI requirements), is relatively immune to noise and is inexpensive.
Unfortunately existing solutions are a compromise of these four basic ingredients: performance, power, noise, and cost.
LVDS which stands for Low Voltage Differential Signalling addresses this need. It is a way to communicate data using a very low voltage swing (about 350mV) differentially over two PCB traces or a balanced cable.
LVDS is a low swing, differential signalling technology which allows single channel data transmission at hundreds or even thousands of megabits per second (Mbps). Its low swing and current-mode driver outputs create low noise and provide very low power consumption across frequency.
URT, available through Glyn High-Tech Distribution , introduces its new 7” TFT LCD displays with LVDS interface and with 800xRGBx480 dots resolution.
Module size (W x H x T) is 163.9 x 103.95 x 6 mm while viewing area is 155.2 x 94.24 mm. Background colour is white and with LED backlight.
The 7” TFT LCD display also has DC/DC converter, VCOM circuitry built in, touch panel option, high brightness of 500 nits, contrast ratio of 400:1, and an anti-glare polarizer.