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  • InfoVueT
Jun 2009
LumexRequest Info
LCD Custom Series
PALATINE, Ill., June 15, 2009 – Lumex has launched its InfoVueT high-/low- temperature series of custom LCDs for applications that perform in extreme heat or extreme cold. The company says that they provide up to 50% technology cost savings and 80% energy savings over vacuum fluorescents. Key benefits include reliable performance in a wide range of extreme temperatures and enhanced visual display quality.Lumex_LCD.jpg

The special liquid crystal used in the LCD series eliminates the need for coolers and allows use of low-power heaters. The custom LCD displays provide reliable, consistent high-quality performance from -40 to 85 °C, making the technology a viable solution for military, freezer, gas pumps/fuel meters, nonautomotive transportation and nonclimate- controlled facility applications. Whereas conventional LCD displays can provide alphanumeric displays in only a limited number of segments and colors, InfoVue LCD displays provide full graphic capability and daylight visibility.

When combined with LED backlighting technology, a wide range of color options are available. Users can either opt for a monochromatic screen with any color of LED backlight, or they can select the negative image option with monochrome colored pixels and a black background. The LCDs can be produced in sizes ranging from 8 × 1- character displays to 320 × 240-pixel graphic displays. Custom production quantities are available in 12 weeks.

For more information, visit: 

290 E. Helen Rd.
Palatine, IL 60067
Phone: (800) 278-5666
Fax: (847) 359-8904


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