If you are considering using a Reach LCD touchscreen display, this is a critical question. The answer is yes, if:
To choose which serial LCD display is the best fit, start with the LCD Display Product Guide. It contains a complete listing of the sizes, formats, unit types and other technical information you’ll need to match your requirements with a Reach serial LCD display.
The options are USB host port and asynchronous serial port. Both RS232 and 3.3V logic level physical interfaces are supported.
Display modules are available in 4.3", 5.7", 7", and 8.4" diagonal sizes, while the enclosed units are 5.7", and 8.4". The 4.3" unit has a 16:9 aspect and can fit in a 2U chassis front panel. The Reach SLCD5+ board can power displays up to 12.1".
Reach offers QVGA (320 x 240), WQVGA (480x272), VGA (640x480), and WVGA (800x480) formats.
We offer LCD controller boards, display modules and enclosed units. Low cost serail LCD display development kits get you up and running quickly.
Reach serial LCD controllers use off-the-shelf microcontrollers, both 16/32 bit CISC and 266 MHz ARM. The well-defined serial API makes the controller's processor is transparent to the user. As technology advances, Reach can adopt new processors with little impact to the user.
Reach serial LCD displays can be used with any operating system.
Any True type or Open type font can be supported. Fonts are rendered and stored in the on-board flash memory. If you specify the font, size in points, and attributes (bold, italic, etc), Reach will provide the corresponding rendered font file.
Yes. Reach serial LCD displays are compliant with the Restriction of Hazardous Substance Directive (RoHS). This is often referred to as the “lead-free” directive, but RoHS also restricts the use of other hazardous substances in electronic equipment.
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Email a serial LCD display engineer or call our research and development office at 503-675-6464.
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