More about TFT Displays
Most Reach Technology display modules use thin-film transistor (TFT) liquid crystal display (LCD) technology incorporating thin-film transistor technology for improved image quality and response time. TFT displays are widely used in various electronic devices where high-resolution and color-rich screens are essential.
Here are some key features and characteristics of TFT display modules:
- Thin-Film Transistor (TFT) Technology:
- TFT technology involves the use of thin-film transistors as individual switches for each pixel on the display.
- Each pixel in a TFT display is controlled by its own transistor, allowing for precise control of the individual pixels and enhancing image quality.
- Active Matrix Design:
- TFT displays use an active matrix design, where each pixel is associated with its own transistor. This is in contrast to passive matrix displays, where each row and column intersection controls a pixel.
- Active matrix designs provide faster refresh rates, better contrast, and higher resolution compared to passive matrix displays.
- Color Reproduction:
- TFT displays can produce a wide range of colors, making them suitable for applications where color accuracy is important.
- They are commonly used in applications requiring high-quality color reproduction, such as in medical devices or advanced industrial applications.
- High Resolution:
- TFT displays are known for their ability to support high resolutions, resulting in sharp and detailed images.
- High-resolution TFT displays are commonly used in devices like smartphones and computer monitors.
- Fast Response Time:
- The individual transistors associated with each pixel in a TFT display contribute to faster response times, reducing motion blur and ghosting in fast-moving images.
- TFT technology allows for producing displays in various sizes and form factors, making it versatile for different applications.
- TFT displays are commonly used in various devices, from small handheld gadgets to large-screen televisions.
- TFT displays are typically designed with a backlight to illuminate the pixels and make the content visible.
- Common backlighting technologies include Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) and Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps (CCFLs).
Reach Technology also offers displays with In-plane switching (IPS), a type of LCD technology that provides better color reproduction and wider viewing angles than traditional TFT LCDs.