Panel meter applications: 3-in. 2U three color touch modules
Densitron has introduced 3-in. 2U Tri-Color Touch Modules offering a brilliant LED display in a 96 mm x 48 mm area for panel-meter applications.
Santa Fe Springs, CA – Densitron has introduced 3-in. 2U Tri-Color Touch Modules . The company’s new line of 1/8th DIN Series negative mode LCDs is designed to offer a brilliant display into the tight 96 mm x 48 mm form factor of 1/8th DIN-panel meter applications.
Densitron has introduced 3-in. 2U Tri-Color Touch Modules.
The Densitron modules have an ultra-bright negative mode display suitable for rack mount, instrumentation, medical equipment, industrial indoor meters, and control applications. The LCDs use premium materials and cell gap control to accommodate the high graphic LCD content of a 240 x 64 display in a module 34 mm tall. There is
LMR429 graphic modules are available in sunburst yellow, jade green, arctic white, warm amber, midnight blue, tangerine orange, and ocean blue.
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