transflective LCD

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transflective LCD

A type of LCD that uses both transmissive and reflective methods. See transmissive LCD for a comparison of LCD types.
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high, six-digit, transflective LCD display with up to seven different colors and is viewable in all lighting levels from direct light to total darkness.
has introduced a new line of custom and standard transflective TFT LCDs ideally suited for demanding outdoor applications.
The unit also includes a transflective colour LCD with full VGA resolution, which helps provide readability in bright sunlight or complete darkness.
The large touch-screen display features enhanced transflective LED technology which provides vibrant colour and sharp text in all environments, according to AIS.
The Safari features a heat and chemical resistant case, a transflective TFT colour display, audio (.
Special transflective panels for use in direct sunlight as well as integrated Industrial PCs or Controller Boards can be supplied.
9cm) amorphous-silicon transflective thin-film-transistor (TFT) liquid crystal display (LCD) module with quarter video graphics array (QVGA) resolution, part number NL2432HC22-45A, which features higher reflection properties than previous 3.
The transflective full VGA color display and touch screen provide sharp and clear resolution even while working outdoors.
The Noyes M650 OTDR is a compact, QUAD OTDR with an integrated visual fault locator (VFL, 650 nm), optical power meter, and a large transflective touch screen display, suitable for both indoor and outdoor operation.
The color sunlight-readable version of the display incorporates transflective display technology to capture sunlight and reflect it back to the user's eyes for readability in direct sunlight.
The proprietary design also features transflective display with LED frontlight, 8 bit parallel, 3 to 6 volt supply voltage, and optional touch screen control.
Optimum viewability of the transflective display in a range of ambient lighting conditions.