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Smart TFT display module supports custom graphical user interfaces

Built-in display features aid system integration and development

Milwaukee, Wisconsin, August 8th, 2023. Display solutions and embedded systems provider, Review Display Systems (RDS) has announced the availability of a new fully integrated 4.1-inch TFT display module. The DWIN DMG72720T041-06WTC features an IPS (in-plane switching) TFT display with a built-in dual-core microcontroller-based ASIC, a touch controller and a fully integrated InCell capacitive touch panel.

The new 4.1-inch smart module implements a UART-based serial communications display interface that enables a simple yet cost-effective method of system integration and supports the development of custom user applications without the need for any additional embedded electronics to drive the display.

The display module features a square 4.1-inch, IPS TFT LCD with a resolution of 720 x 720 pixels, which enables wide viewing angles of 85 degrees in all directions (left/right, up/down), and supports 8-bit RGB data enabling a color palette of up to 16.7million colors. A white LED backlight delivers a specified brightness rating of 400cd/m².

DWIN provide and support a free PC-hosted software development tool, DWIN Graphic Utilised Software (DGUS) that enables custom graphical user interfaces to be easily created and developed. A predefined application development environment supports a wide range of graphic functions and library elements. Additionally, user defined images, icons, corporate logos and branding can be easily uploaded to the development environment.

Justin Coleman, display business manager, RDS said, “The smart DWIN 4.1-inch TFT display module has been designed and developed to enable users to quickly design and develop their own custom, graphical user interfaces. The readily available PC-based development tool allows graphic designs and interfaces to be easily created, tested and refined.”

The development and implementation of graphical user interfaces are aided by the InCell PCap (projected capacitive) touchscreen which is fully integrated within the LCD cell. The 4.1-inch display module has outline mechanical dimensions of 82.8mm (w) x 79.1mm (h) x 6mm (d) and an active display area of 73.98mm (w) x 73.98mm (h). An operating temperature range of -20°C to +70°C is supported. The display module also features 16MB of onboard Flash memory which enables graphics, images, and text to be uploaded via the serial interface.

The DWIN DMG72720T041-06WTC display module can be easily configured to support graphical user interfaces across a broad range of applications such as data entry, keypad access, remote control, security systems, smart home devices, equipment control and monitoring.

The 4.1-inch DMG72720T041-06WTC integrated display module is now available from Review Display Systems. To discuss new enterprise and business opportunities, contact RDS on +1-414 296 8360 or email

About Review Display Systems Inc.

Established in 1982, RDS has extensive experience supporting and supplying display and embedded hardware solutions.  Representing leading global manufacturers, RDS supports a comprehensive range of display technologies, touch screen and embedded computing solutions.

Review Display Systems engages and develops partnerships with customers in a wide range of industry sectors including industrial control and instrumentation, medical devices, facilities management, marine, aerospace, point-of-information, and process control.

A strong commitment to environmental responsibility and quality is reinforced with accreditation to the latest internationally recognized quality standards including ISO14001, ISO9001-2015 and ISO13485 for the design and manufacture of medical devices.

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