Active matrix LCD drops in to upgrade
AU Optronics G104VN01 V0
Colour active matrix LCD module is a cost effective replacement for the Sharp LQ10D368 10.4in VGA colour TFT display.
The latest AU Optronics colour active matrix LCD from Pacer International can be used as a cost effective drop-in replacement for the Sharp LQ10D368 10.4in VGA colour TFT display.
The G104VN01 V0 is a colour active matrix LCD module comprising a TFT-LCD, a driver circuit and a backlight system.
The screen format is intended to support VGA (640 x 480) screen and 256K colours (RGB 16bit).
All input signals are TTL interface compatible.
The display has an active area of 211.2 x 158.4mm with pixel pitch of 0.33 x 0.33mm.
The G104VN01 V0 is RoHS compliant and designed for industrial display applications.
Pacer's Displays Product Manager Mark Widdowson comments: "It's not often the opportunity arises where you can integrate a more cost effective, optically advanced TFT panel with only minor changes to your original design".
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