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Monday, May 16, 2011
Sharp Introduces New LED-backlit LCDs for Industrial Applications


Today, Sharp announced four new additions to its large format LED-backlit LCD product line.

These TFT-LCDs include two panels in the 10.4-inch class, one 12.1-inch panel re-issue, and one 15.0-inch panel. The LCDs are ideal for industrial applications including Factory Automation, Gaming, Medical Devices, Point of Sale (POS) Terminals, Transportation, Test and Measurement, and many others. The new LCDs will be on display along with the rest of Sharp?s LED-backlit product line at the Society for Information Display?s 49th-annual Display Week 2011 exhibition in Los Angeles, CA, May 17 ? 19.

Sharp continues to introduce new and replacement LED-backlit panels to meet customer demand, continuing its migration from CCFL LCD products to an all-LED backlight line-up. The displays feature specifications perfectly suited to meet the rugged demands of the Industrial Application (IA) market. These include excellent viewability, resistance to mechanical shock and vibration, long operating life, and performance in extreme temperatures ? including reaching full brightness upon power-up, regardless of ambient temperature conditions.

LED backlighting in LCDs helps lower power consumption and reduces electromagnetic interference (EMI) compared to CCFL-based products. LEDs are also Mercury (Hg) free, further raising the environmental performance of LED-backlit LCD products.

Product Details

10.4-inch VGA Landscape LED-backlit LCDs: LVDS and Digital Interface (LQ104V1LG81 and LQ104V1DG81)

Sharp offers two alternatives in the popular 10.4-inch size class: one with an LVDS interface (-LG81) and one with a digital interface (-DG81). Both landscape mode panels feature 450 nits of brightness and a high 800:1 contrast ratio. A built-in LED driver simplifies the design process, and both panels feature an operating temperature range of -30C to +80C.

12.1-inch SVGA Landscape LED-backlit LCD (LQ121S1LG84)

This 12.1-inch SVGA LCD features include 50k hour backlight life, wide operating temperature range and viewing angles, and 450 nits of brightness with an 800:1 contrast ratio. It is a re-issue of the Sharp's previous 12.1-inch LQ121S1LG81 part number. A built-in LED driver simplifies the design process, and the rugged panel withstands an operating temperature range between -30C to +80C.

15.0-inch XGA Landscape LED-backlit LCD (LQ150X1LG91)

This new 15.0-inch XGA LCD features 350 nits of brightness and a contrast ratio of 800:1, along with the benefit of wide viewing angles (110 vertical and 160 horizontal). Otehr features include a built-in LED driver and the rugged panel withstands an operating temperature range of -20C to +70C.

Onepiece sample pricing for these new Sharp products are as follows:

- LQ104V1LG81 $325
- LQ104V1DG81 $325
- LQ121S1LG84 $350
- LQ150X1LG91 $375


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