Tainan City, Taiwan – 21 November 2017. Pervasive Displays (PDi), a world leader in e-paper displays, today announces samples available for four new, small size, high resolution, three color, TFT active matrix Electronic Paper Display (EPD) modules with internal timing controllers (iTC). The new additions to the range are the 1.54-inch (E2154FS091),(http://www.perva
Typical applications include electronic shelf labels (ESL), e-POP/signage, electronic bulletins, office automation, navigation displays and other IoT applications. These highly integrated EPDs accelerate time to market by integrating features to simplify the product design process.
“The breathtaking clarity of these new, small format, color EPDs really has to be seen to be believed,” said Scott Soong, CEO of Pervasive Displays. “And I think developers are going to be delighted with the reduced costs and faster development time that are possible now we’ve brought the timing controller and other support circuits onto the panels themselves with chip-on-glass technology.”
The EPD modules are based around TFT active matrix three-pigment, black, white, and red E Ink display panels. Each display’s pixel density of 103 dpi provides crisp, clear text and graphics. The EPD module technology provides a vibrant natural light-readable display which, due to its bi-stable nature, requires very little power to update an image and no power to maintain the image. Depending on application demands, the small size modules can operate for extended periods of weeks or months on a single small battery. The three color design brings eye catching pizzazz to adverts and promos, and allows stronger highlighting of critical details in informational displays.
Among the outstanding design features that put each new EPD module ahead of the field is the integrated chip-on-glass (CoG) timing controller. This cuts component costs and slashes application development time by minimizing peripheral circuitry and software programming demands. The timing controller’s one time programmable look up table holds driving waveforms, which control the series of electrical impulses that change the color of the e-paper display’s pixels. Pervasive Displays’ stored driving waveforms simplify programming, and help ensure the best possible image quality, display update speed, and reliability for each EPD.
As well as the integrated timing controller, the CoG design includes a booster circuit and makes possible a remarkably thin profile EPD. The slim size of the panel enables a smaller product form factor and allows for larger batteries in mobile applications.
About Pervasive Displays
Pervasive Displays designs, manufactures and markets e-paper displays for applications requiring high resolution, good readability and low power consumption. The company focuses on commercial and industrial applications including retail, logistics, healthcare, security and manufacturing. Its mature TFT, integrated circuit and e-paper platforms reduce risks and improve product value. Pervasive Displays simplifies the work of designers by providing both standard and custom displays and offering extensive technical support through an ecosystem of partners. Design resources include detailed product specifications, application notes, reference designs, source code and applications support. The company is based in Tainan City, Taiwan and has offices in The Netherlands and Oregon, USA. More information: http://www.pervasivedisplays.c