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Tuesday, February 14, 2012
New Color TFT-LCD Modules by Mitsubishi

Mitsubishi Electric today launched an 8.4-inch SVGA, 10.4-inch SVGA and a 12.1-inch SVGA color TFT-LCD modules for industrial use.

All models feature super-wide viewing angles, wide-ranging operational temperatures and extended-duration LED backlighting. Sales of the 8.4-inch SVGA and 10.4-inch SVGA modules will begin on March 1, and for the 12.1-inch SVGA module on April 1, through Mitsubishi Electric offices worldwide.

The TFT-LCD modules meet the market demands for high brightness (600 cd/m2), high contrast (1,000:1), wide-ranging operational temperatures (from -30 degrees C to 80 degrees C) and wide viewing angles (170-degree horizontal and vertical viewing angles) for diverse applications and installations. The displays cover the 72% color gamut on NTSC standards and their LED backlight has a typical operating life of 100,000 hours at an ambient temperature of 25 degrees C.


  AA084SC01 AA104SJ02 AA121ST01
Display Size/Resolution 8.4-inch (800x600 dots) 10.4-inch (800x600 dots) 12.1-inch (800x600 dots)
Display Area (mm) 170.4 (H) x 127.8 (V) 211.2 (H) x 158.4 (V) 246.0 (H) x 184.5 (V)
Number of Dots 800 (H) x 600 (V) 800 (H) x 600 (V) 800 (H) x 600 (V)
Pixel Pitch (mm) 0.213 (H) x0.213 (V) 0.264 (H) x 0.264 (V) 0.3075 (H) x 0.3075 (V)
Contrast Ratio 1000:1 1000:1 1000:1
Luminance (cd/m2) 600 600 600
Viewing Angle
(CR>10; °)
-85 to +85 (H)
-85 to +85 (V)
-85 to +85 (H)
-85 to +85 (V)
-85 to +85 (H)
-85 to +85 (V)
Number of Colors 262K (6 bits/color)
16.77M (8 bits/color)
262K (6 bits/color)
16.77M (8 bits/color)
262K (6 bits/color)
16.77M (8 bits/color)
Color Gamut (NTSC; %) 72 72 72
Backlight Unit LED LED LED
Electrical Interface LVDS 6/8bit LVDS 6/8bit LVDS 6/8bit
Module Size (mm) 199.5 (W) x 149.0 (H) x 9.7 (D) 230.0 (W) x180.2 (H) x9.5 (D) 260.5 (W) x203.0 (H) x9.5 (D)
Operational Temperature (°C) -30 to +80 -30 to +80 -30 to +80
Storage Temperature (°C) -30 to +80 -30 to +80 -30 to +80

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