Manhattan Skyline: 10.1 inch Full HD TFT display

The GKIPA1MNHA1BO is a transmissive TFT with WUXGA resolution of 1920 x 1200. This model is comprised of a TFT -LCD module, a receiver circuit and a backlight unit. Graphics and texts can be displayed on a WUXGA 1920 x 3 x 1200 dots ( 16:10 aspect ratio ) with 16.7M colours by supplying 24bits data ( 8 bits per colour ), 2 channel LVDS receiver 8 bit interface.

Additional features include: 30K hours backlight with 700nits brightness, viewing angle 89 degrees both horizontal and vertical, 3.3V operating voltage, Cap touch is available.

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