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Rugged Displays: Adding Strength and Value

Rugged Displays: Adding Strength and Value

What Is a Rugged Display? Common sense tells us that an LCD is a delicate piece of technology meant to be handled with care. Often expensive and made with fragile components, an LCD on its own wouldn’t survive the many varied tasks and environments they are currently...
Industrial Repair for Common Display Failures

Industrial Repair for Common Display Failures

The touchscreen display is the standard interface to nearly all human-to-machine interactions. Their familiar form factor makes them the easy choice when it comes to visualizing the information our machines need to tell us, and when your display breaks, it can feel...
Looking at 4K Displays

Looking at 4K Displays

4K History and Specifications 4K display resolution is a modern display format valued among consumers for its crisp images, vibrant colors, and versatility across devices and sizes. The term “4K” commonly refers to a display resolution of at least 4000 pixels, with...
Advantages of an LCD Interface

Advantages of an LCD Interface

When designing a piece of industrial equipment, one may wonder if upgrading to an LCD interface is worth the expense or redesign. While it may seem to be a hassle, the advantages of employing an LCD interface can increase production and make it easy to customize...
Common Problems With Marine LCD Displays

Common Problems With Marine LCD Displays

Designing an LCD system should consider every element of the application’s environment so that integrating protection can create a system that keeps electronic repairs at bay. Consider the following environmental challenges before designing your marine LCD system.  1...
Mitsubishi’s LCD Departure: One Year Later

Mitsubishi’s LCD Departure: One Year Later

Its been a little more than one year since the Japanese electronics giant Mitsubishi announced the end of their LCD manufacturing business. This left many customers struggling to decide how to replace or repair their potentially aging fleet of displays. Mitsubishi in...