4.3inch 480x272, sunlight readable display
4.3-inch 480×272 tft display, IPS mode, 2-wire and 4-wire SPI interface, 8-bit and 18-bit MCU interface, high brightness display, 850cd/㎡ or 1000cd/㎡, sunlight readable display.
Main parameters of 4.3-inch sunlight readable display
|LCD Type||TFT Negative Transmissive||—|
|Driver Element||a-Si TFT Active matrix||—|
|Number of Dots||480*(RGB)*272||Dots|
|Pixel Arrangement||RGB Vertical Stripe||—|
|Pixel Pitch (W*H)||0.219*0.219||mm|
|Viewing Direction||all view direction||—|
|Back Light||White LED|
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Specification of 4.3-inch small lcd display
Customize the length, width and thickness of FPC or cable, adjust the pin arrangement according to the interface type, and select the appropriate connector. Make your display or circuit board simple and safe with an excellent FPC solution.
A touch screen can be added according to your requirements, there are three options: resistive touch screen, capacitive touch screen, infrared touch screen. Or add protective glass as needed
Display screens with different optical parameters can be designed according to needs, such as brightness, color gamut, response time, gamma and other parameters, and anti-glare, anti-fingerprint coatings, etc. can also be added
The circuit board we designed can convert the interface of your display into an HDMI interface. If your product does not have any display control capabilities, you can use our serial display and only need to use simple commands to control the displayed content through RS232/458
4.3-inch tft display drawings and interfaces
4.3-inch high-brightness display with a resolution of 480×272, adopts IPS display mode, supports 2-wire/4-wire SPI interface, 8-bit/16-bit MCU interface. There are two options for the backlight: the first one uses 12 LED lamp beads, 6 in series and then in parallel, the working voltage is 18~20V, the current is 40mA, and the brightness of the display is 850cd/㎡. The second type adds a special film material with a brightness of 1000cd/㎡. It uses a ZIF connector.
The outline drawing is as follows: