Module Displays feature high contrast and wide viewing angle.

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Designed for critical medical and military applications, Custom Module Displays can be configured for applications with character, custom icon, and graphic abilities. With built-in digital control and drivers to suit specialized displays, they feature COG, COB, and TAB assembly configurations, reflective, transflective, and transmissive display types, positive and negative image types, -20 to +85ºC operating temperature range, 3-5 V operating voltage range, and LED and EL backlights.



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Module Displays Are Custom Built for Critical Applications



Cleveland, Ohio-A complete line of Custom Module Displays, specifically designed for critical Medical, Industrial, Military, and Automotive Applications, are now available from LXD, Inc.The Custom Module Displays can be configured for a wide variety of applications with character, custom icon, and graphic capabilities.

These module assemblies have built-in digital control and drivers to suit a wide variety of specialized displays. All feature a high contrast, wide viewing angle and low power operation. Backlight type, operating temperature range and other options are available. These features and options of LXD's Custom Module Displays include:

o Assembly Configurations: COG, COB, and TAB
o Display Type: Reflective,Transflective, and Transmissive
o Image Type: Positive and Negative
o Operating Temperature Range: -20ºC to +85ºC (-40ºC with Heater)
o Storage Temperature Range: -40ºC to +85ºC
o Operating Voltage Range: 3.0 to 5.0 volts
o Connection Type: FPC, FFC, and Heat Seal
o Backlights: LED and EL

LXD has been a major contributor to the LCD industry in manufacturing, development, and
research for over 35 years. LXD is ISO 9001: 2000 registered and offers a complete line of High Reliability Liquid Crystal Displays and Components, including Liquid Crystal Displays, Module Assemblies, TFT Panels and Modules, and OLED Technology.

For additional information, contact:
Todd Bolanz,
Vice President, Sales & Marketing, LXD, Inc.
tbolanz@lxdinc.com

www.LXDinc.com

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