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New Winstar 2.4″ and 2.8″ TFT LCD Modules from Diamond Electronics

Specialist Display & Keyboard distributor Diamond Electronics introduces new 2.4″ & 2.8″ TFT LCD Modules from Winstar Display Co. Ltd. The WF24E and WF28E modules are small format TFT displays with full colour 240 x 320 RGB TFT LCD modules and have diagonal sizes of 2.4 & 2.8 inches respectively.

Both modules have a built in ILI9341V driver IC which supports an 8 or 16bit 8080-series Parallel MCU Interface.  The WF24H model has dimensions of 42.72 x 60.26 mm and active area size of 36.72 x 48.96 mm whilst the WF28E model’s dimensions are 50.0 x 69.2 mm with an active area size of 43.2 x 57.6 mm.

Both displays are designed for portrait mode applications, for landscape mode please contact Diamond for technical support. Logic input supply voltage range is from 2.5V to 3.3Vdc. Display brightness is measured at up to 500 cd/m², making either device ideal for handheld and bench-top instruments.

Established in 1998, Winstar Display Co., Ltd. is a leading LCD Display Module Manufacturer and LCD Panel Supplier. Winstar continuously develops high-quality display module products. Their product range includes LCM Modules including monochrome TN/STN/FSTN LCM, COG LCD, TFT LCM, FSC-LCD, graphic LCM, OLED display modules, custom OLED and LCD panels

For more information on the Winstar range of TFT LCD Modules from Diamond Electronics email sales@diamondhmi.co.uk call +44 (0)1477 505206 or visit http://www.diamondhmi.co.uk/

 

About Diamond Electronics

Diamond supports OEM and CEM companies in all sectors of electronic manufacturing and our franchise partners include some of the leading electronic component brands as well as smaller technology focused companies offering unique devices aimed specific product areas. Our focus is on maintaining strong relationships with our customers at both commercial & technical levels whilst developing cost effective component supply programs through our ISO9001 accredited process.

They supplement their franchised product offerings with a proven ability to secure components from a worldwide network of approved partners who work closely with them to offer a cost effective alternative source where traditional supply networks fail to meet a customer’s demands.

Diamond’s Component kitting Programs offer both OEM’s and CEM’s a real alternative to traditional multi supplier fulfilment processes.  Such programs show significant reductions in both administration costs and component stock holding whilst allowing the customer to focus on their core manufacturing skills.

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