Monochrome Display features anti-glare design.

Press Release Summary:

Suitable for outdoor use, Model UMNH-8853AN-F features overall dimensions of 67.75 x 34.0 x 1.98 mm, 57.58 x 23.02 mm active area, and 240 x 64 dot matrix. Background color is gray but other options are available. FSTN reflective, positive mode display can save image for more than 24 hr without refresh. Operating from -20 to +70°C with supply voltage of 3.3 V, display includes serial interface and can operate wirelessly with adapter.

Original Press Release:

240 x 64 Anti-Glare Monochrome Display

Microtips Technology is excited to announce our new 240x64 FSTN Reflective, Positive Mode Anti-Glare Display.  Base on 240x64 interface type we happy to say this display has the capabilities to save image more than 24 hrs or longer without a refresh rate.  Our 240x64 dot matrix has a COG IC package; furthermore its polarizer surface has a Anti-Glare specification which is good for outdoor use. The background color is Gray but also have other options if needs to explore other options.   The direction of this display is at the 12 O’clock direction with a active area of 57.58 x 23.02 mm and overall dimensions of 67.75 x 34.0 x 1.98 mm. our 240x64 FSTN as the capability to connect wireless using a wireless adapter

The operating temperature is -20 ~ 70 degrees Celsius along with a storage temperature of -30 ~ 80 degrees Celsius.  As most people strive to get better contrast this display as a tolerance of +-0.2 mm which is good standard for contrast, keeping in mind, having a supply voltage at 3.3 voltage to achieve optimum contrast at 25 degrees Celsius.  If customer were to change the set conditions the VLCD will be change as well.   This form of display is a great addition for your outdoor use; help you save time and money.




DOT Matrix


Overall Area

67.75 x 34.0 x 1.98

Active Area

57.58 x 23.02


Serial Interface

Polarizer Surface


Polarizer Mode


FPC Bending R

0.5 mm


ST: -30~80°C, OT: -20~70°C





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