Scope manufacturers can seamlessly integrate the LUMINEQ digital reticle display by placing it in between the optics lens system, replacing the traditional mechanical reticle. No complicated projection system is needed. The transparent display offers a great combination of self-emitting lit-up segments and traditional glass-etched reticle to ensure that the reticle works in any conditions.
Currently there is no other rugged display technology that is placed straight to the optical path of optical devices. Competing technologies like OLED and LCD displays are placed outside of the optical path, needing complex and delicate optics to project the image to the line of sight and requiring additional space within the optical device. Typically, these technologies and the beam splitters and prisms used introduce light scattering and glare within the optical path that weakens the displayed image, hence the critical information displayed. The materials used in OLEDs and LCDs are affected by the environment, they're sensitive to moisture, sunlight, heat and cold.
Inorganic solid-state design to tolerate shock, vibration, and extreme temperatures from -100°C to 105°C.
Clear as glass with over 90% transparency, good optical clarity with minimum haze.
Reduce weight by up to 1kg by transforming mechanics to digital solutions with simplified construction.
Self-emissive technology. Power consumption is as low as a few milliwatts.
Adjustable brightness from a few nits, or candela, to thousands.
Offer fully custom reticle designs and cost-efficient standardized driver board.
ELT32S-RETICLE-BAT is a LUMINEQ technology demonstrator for scope and night vision device manufacturers. It enables manufacturers to easily evaluate and prototype LUMINEQ displays in existing optical systems for proof of concept and real-world testing of the technology. Learn more.
Night Vision can also be used for hunting purposes and watching animals after dark. Adding a display to optical devices enables the user to make informed decisions based on the digital information displayed. LUMINEQ transparent displays bring digital information in the line of sight, right where it’s most useful.
The display is placed in between the optics lens systems showing mission-critical information, such as heading, speed, altitude, location, and distance to the target. The LUMINEQ technology enables rich segmented display content and high-resolution micro matrixes with details down to 10 micrometers. This makes it possible for us to also create transparent micro displays that can be used on magnifying optics. With night vision goggles (NVG) you lose depth perception because you are looking through an electronic image. When you have to work with a reduced field of vision like this, getting critical information in the line of sight can compensate for those limitations.
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