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NEC LCD Technologies Announces New 2.7-inch LCD Module Boasting an Exceptionally High Pixel Density

 

Main Specifications of the New 4.3-Inch LCD Module

 

Part number: NL4827HC19-05A
Resolution: 480(H) × 272(V) pixels
Display area: 95.04(H) × 53.856(V) mm
Diagonal screen size of 4.3 inches (11 cm)
Drive system: Amorphous-silicon TFT active-matrix
Display color: 16.77M colors
Pixel arrangement: RGB vertical stripe
Pixel pitch: 0.198(H) × 0.198(V) mm
Luminance: 600 cd/m2 (typ.) *at IL = 20 mA
Contrast ratio: 500 : 1 (typ.)
Viewing angle: Vertical : Up 60 degrees, down 40 degrees
Horizontal : Left 60 degrees, right 60 degrees
(contrast ratio at over 10:1)
Response time: 33 ms (typ.) (TON + TOFF: from 10% to 90%)
Interface: CMOS (RGB 8 bits each)
Power supply voltage: VCC: 3.0V, VDD: 5.0V
Power consumption: LCD panel + driver: 87 mW (typ.)
  Backlight: 512 mW (typ.) *at IL = 20 mA
Operating temperature: –20 degrees C to + 70 degrees C
Storage temperature: –-30 degrees C to + 80 degrees C
Surface condition: Clear
Module size: 105.5 (typ.) × 67.2 (typ.) × 4.1 (max.) mm
(Values do not include protruding parts.)
Weight: 58g (typ.)
Touch panel: None
Controller: Installed

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