New Densitron Monitor Targets Industrial, Medical Apps
Densitron's HC5437 series display, with 128 x 64 dots resolution, has a very wide
viewing angle providing superior readability and close to a full viewing angle. Photo courtesy of Densitron.
Densitron has announced the launch of a new 2.8-inch monochrome display which the company believes rivals competitive products currently on the market through its optical performance, quality and cost.
The HC5437 series display, with 128 x 64 dots resolution, has an exceptionally wide viewing angle providing outstanding readability and close to full view. It features different modes for day and night where the background colour is inverted to make it easier to read, while maintaining the same ultra-wide viewing angles. With blue and white backlight options, the consistent brightness of the display has exceeded customer expectations when matched against other leading displays of this kind.
The company said its new display is deal for any industrial application, test and measurement instruments, portable measuring devices and for use in medical equipment; the new display is designed to easily drop into existing workflows.
"Recognising the market potential for displays of this type and size, Densitron has used its expertise and experience to take current models on the market one step forward, optimising the quality and performance. Thanks to our specialist knowledge and our long-term supply chain relationships we are able to do this while still offering the product as an extremely cost-effective choice," says Michael Yu, product manager, Monochrome Densitron. See the company website or distributors for additional information.
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