Operates reliably from -60 °C to 105 °C.
<1 ms response time regardless of temperature.
Inorganic design for vibration and shock tolerant.
Over 20 years of product lifetime.
Lumineq® Thin Film Electroluminescent (TFEL) displays comprise a solid-state glass panel, an electronic control circuit and a power supply. The TFEL glass panel, the heart of the assembly, consists of a luminescent phosphorous layer sandwiched between transparent dielectric layers and a matrix of row and column electrodes.
Our rugged displays use one layer of the transparent electrode and the other layer of non-transparent electrode. When both electrodes layers are transparent, the display is transparent and the transparency is over 80%.
The circuit board, which contains the drive and control electronics, is connected directly to the back of the glass panel. A pixel on the display is lit by applying voltage to the row and column electrodes, thus causing the area of intersection to emit light.
Send us your request. Our specialists will work closely with you to define the specifications and give you proposals based on your needs.
Pick one of our standard demo displays for evaluation or concepting, or proof of concept. We can also tailor a custom demonstrator to match your need.
The size, shape, interface, design of the display can all be customized. The best way to start is to submit the configurator form to request a custom display.
We provide a full display solution that includes glass, connection to the glass, and driving electronics. We will support you throughout the lifetime of the display products.
LUMINEQ displays are inorganic and solid-state. Unlike other types of displays including OLED, our displays are not affected by environments such as extreme temperatures, shock, vibration, or humidity. They have over 20 years of product lifetime. ... We also offer the world's most transparent displays with up to 85% transparency and 360° viewing angle. See more
LUMINEQ transparent segmented displays have over 80% transparency and matrix 70%. When laminated in glass, the transparency is 70%.
Yes. The touch sensors are integrated directly in the functional display layer.
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