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Appeared on: Thursday, July 14, 2011
Mitsubishi Develops 19-inch Super-XGA TFT-LCD Module

Mitsubishi Electric announced today it has developed a 19-inch Super-XGA color TFT-LCD module built for rugged performance in a wide range of outdoor-signage applications.

The module boasts 1,500cd/m2 brightness, 100,000-hour service life durability at an environment temperature of 25 degrees Celsius and an operating temperature range of between -20 degrees and 70 degrees Celsius. In addition, high-voltage inverters are not required for operation. The module is also fully compliant with the European Restriction of the use of certain Hazardous Substances in electrical and electronic equipment (RoHS) directive, and is completely mercury-free.

The display, which Mitsubishi Electric believes is the world's first Super-XGA TFT-LCD measuring 19 inches, will begin selling on October 1 through Mitsubishi Electric offices: http://global.MitsubishiElectric.com/bu/tft_lcd. Initial production has been set at 1,000 units per month.

The company also plans to further expand its lineup of industrial TFT-LCD modules, which now come in 14 screen sizes.



Specifications

Model Number: AA190EA01
Display size (resolution): 19-inch (1280 ? 1024 dots)
Display Area (mm): 376.32 (H) ? 301.056 (V)
Resolution: 1280 (H) ?1024 (V)
Pixel Pitch (mm): 0.294(H) ? 0.294 (V)
Contrast Ratio: 800: 1
Luminance (cd/m2): 1,500
Viewing Angles (CR>10)(): -80 +80 (H); -80 +80 (V)

Colors:
262K (6 bits/color)
16.77M (8 bits/color)

Backlight Unit: LED
Electrical Interface: LVDS 6/8bit
Dimensions (mm): 404.2 (W) ? 330.0 (H) ? 14.9 (D)
Operating Temperatures (C): -20 70
Storage Temperatures (C): -30 80


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