DATA MODUL: 5” Blanview TFT display, readable in sunlight

The ORTUSTECH Blanview TFT range continues to grow and, with the COM50H5N03ULC gains another 5“ TFT display which is particularly compact, thin and light – perfect for mobile application.

Like the other Blanview panels from the Japanese manufacturer ORTUSTECH with diagonals of 4.3” and 4.8”, and the 5.0” with automotive specification first presented at electronica 2016, the new 5” TFT is particularly readable in sunlight thanks to the Blanview 2 technology: even in direct sunlight, the TFT can be read from all viewing directions, making it ideal for all outdoor applications. The HD resolution of 720 x 1280 pixels delivers sharp images, bright colors and high contrast values. The panel is designed in portrait position and for power-saving use with a backlight output of 10 mA x 22.8 V = 228 mW.  This makes it particularly interesting for portable, mobile applications and for all battery-operated applications. The temperature range stretches from -20 to +70 °C and ORTUSTECH also guarantees long-term availability over 5 years.

Data Modul assembles optional PCAP touch sensors with the COM50H5N03ULC and provides exclusive support for project customers with an evaluation kit for display control. Serial and sample are likewise available now from DATA MODUL.

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