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December 6, 2011 - Suited for such applications as industrial controls or handheld devices, ATM0350D7-T has built-in 4-wire resistive touch panel with viewing angle of +40/-60 (U/D) and +60/-60 (L/R). Antiglare surface makes displays suitable for use under light reflective conditions, and nominal display mode is white transmissive. Display consists of a-Si TFT active matrix driver element TFT with QVGA resolution of 320 x RGB x 240 pixels and dimensions of 76.9 x 63.9 x 4.0 mm.

AZ Displays Introduces New Low-Cost TFT Solution

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AZ Displays Inc.
75 Columbia
Aliso Viejo, CA, 92656 1498

Press release date: November 28, 2011

ATM0350D7-T Provides an Affordable 3.5 inch QVGA TFT with integrated Touch Panel

Aliso Viejo, Calif. - AZ Displays, Inc., a TFT solution provider, has introduced its newest product, the ATM0350D7-T TFT display. The 3.5-inch display has a built in four-wire resistive touch panel with a viewing angle of +40/-60 (U/D) and +60/-60 (L/R).

"The newest addition to our TFT product line is designed for customers who need a low-cost solution for small touch panel applications such as industrial controls or handheld devices," said Maximilian Moegling, general manager, AZ Displays, Inc. "All ATM0350D7-T TFTs have antiglare surfaces, making them ideal for products that will be used under light reflective conditions."

The ATM0350D7-T is an a-Si TFT active matrix driver element TFT with a quarter VGA (QVGA) resolution of 320 x RGB x 240 pixels (outline dimensions of 76.9mm (W) x 63.9mm (H) x 4.0mm (D)). Its display mode is normally white transmissive.

Combined with its weight of 38g and low power consumption, the ATM0350D7-T is ideal for battery-powered devices. These TFTs can operate at temperatures of -20 to 60 degrees Celsius and can be stored in temperatures from -30 to 70 degrees Celsius.

Product samples and demos of the ATM0350D7-T are available upon request.

Orders are accepted for 2,000 pieces or more for mass production. To order this product, please contact AZ Displays at

About AZ Displays Headquartered in Aliso Viejo, Calif., AZ Displays, Inc. is widely recognized for its high standards in traditional craftsmanship, engineering excellence and its commitment to creating products of the highest quality. AZ Displays offers a broad range of standard character and graphics LCD modules, color TFTs, OLEDs, SBCs, custom modules and value-added-services designed for the industrial OEM market. As an ITAR registered manufacturer, AZ Displays provides competitive pricing, on-time deliveries and superior customer service. All products undergo quality assurance testing at the California headquarters. For more information please visit
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