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NEC LCD Technologies to Launch Three New TFT LCD Models to Further Enhance its Industrial Lineup

NEC LCD Technologies today announced that it will launch three new TFT LCD modules on the market within the second half of fiscal 2005 (ending March 31, 2006), expanding its line-up of TFT color LCDs for industrial use to meet a broader range of demands in this field. The new models will comprise of a 15.0-inch (38cm-diagonal) XGA TFT LCD, a 9.0-inch (23cm-diagonal) W-VGA TFT LCD, and an 8.4-inch (21cm-diagonal) SVGA TFT LCD.

All three models support a wide operating temperature range, from -10 degrees Celsius to +70 degrees Celsius and realize color input of 8bit RGB (16.77M).

The key features distinguishing each new model are as follows.

Model No. NL10276BC30-18: 15.0-Inch XGA TFT LCD.

Supporting XGA resolution, this 15-inch model will achieve the highest level of luminance in NEC LCD Technologies' entire industrial range. Other features include:

  • High luminance of 500cd/m2
  • A wide viewing angle of 150 degrees horizontally and 130 degrees vertically
  • A high contrast ratio of 450:1

Model No. NL8048BC24-01: 9.0-Inch W-VGA TFT LCD.

This model will be the first 9.0-inch TFT LCD in NEC LCD Technologiesí range to support W-VGA. Other features include:

  • High luminance of 400cd/m2
  • A wide viewing angle of 160 degrees horizontally and 140 degrees vertically
  • A high contrast ratio of 500:1

Model No. NL8060BC21-02: 8.4-Inch SVGA TFT LCD.

As the first 8.4-inch LCD to support SVGA resolution in NEC LCD Technologiesí lineup, this model also has the following features:

  • High luminance of 400cd/m2
  • A wide viewing angle of 160 degrees horizontally and 140 degrees vertically
  • A high contrast ratio of 500:1

All three new models will be displayed at FPD International 2005 being held in Pacifico Yokohama, Japan, from October 19 - 21.

Source: NEC LCD Technologies

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