Thursday, December 31, 2015
The use of drones has increased significantly in the past year. More people are using these devices for both work and play, usually to capture photos or videos of places they couldn’t easily visit. When drone owners want to view the pictures and videos taken by their drone in the best way possible, they will find LCD screens more reliable for this purpose. LCDs offer a brighter, clearer picture than standard monitors, and also come in a variety of styles for people's convenience. Here are the benefits of using LCDs for drone-taken pictures and videos. Clearer Images People who fly drones for either work-related or recreational purposes are generally interested in viewing remote or hard-to-reach locations. They want to get an up-close look at something or somewhere to which they currently do not have access.
Wednesday, December 30, 2015
Drone photography is becoming a popular hobby for people of all ages. Hobbyists can now fly their drones to virtually any location and capture images of subjects and vistas that were previously impossible to shoot. Drone owners who want to take the most vivid shots possible may be convinced to utilize LCD displays. With an LCD display module, users can view pictures clearly and send images to their mobile devices or home computers. LCD Drone Imagery A graphic LCD module can be the ideal addition to any drone enthusiast's arsenal. With the technology that is available today, drone users can capture images in vibrant color or in other formats like monographic LCD. Most people prefer to use a graphic LCD module because it allows them to see images from far away clearly. If a drone flies into a canyon, for example, its camera can capture and send back clear pictures of the rock formations, vegetation, water, and other features.
Monday, December 28, 2015
An LCD module has many different applications in commercial settings, including fax machines, laser printers, and other appliances within an office environment. More than that, LCD displays are used to manufacture a wide range of products found in electronics, airplane cockpits, phones, and other products. There are several different types of LCD display module options available, and you may be wondering which type of module is the right one for your needs. If you the product you are developing needs to be fitted with an LCD touch screen or display, be sure to consider the following factors.
Friday, November 20, 2015
LCD screens are used in a wide range of products as well as in work facilities that range from offices to manufacturing environments and more. While LCD screens are generally categorized as a single product type, there are actually numerous types of LCD screens available. For example, there are mono graphic LCD screens, character LCD screens with liquid crystal displays, and color TFT screens. You may be taking a closer look at TFT module products today, and you may be wondering if this is the right product type for your needs. As you make your decision, you may consider a few important points.
Wednesday, November 18, 2015
When you are in the market to invest in new technology for your professional or company growth needs, you may actively be searching for the right LCD module manufacturer to work with. LCD modules are used in a wide range of business activities as well as in different products, and you may require access to the right technology for your needs. Then again, you also need to find an LCD manufacturer with a solid reputation for excellence as well as reasonable prices. When you are searching for the right manufacturer to do business with, keep the following points in mind.
Sunday, November 15, 2015
When you are developing a product that requires video interaction, the kind of screen you use will play a role in how consumers will perceive the product. People want crisp and clear imagery, and the kind of LCD or OLED display module you install needs to provide that level of quality. While some manufacturers may deliver a screen that is low-cost, you need to consider how it will affect your brand's reputation.
Monday, October 19, 2015
Although LCD touch screens used to be considered a high-tech luxury, nowadays they are more common on the market. Touch-screen devices with an LCD module are integrated into everything from computers to smartphones, tablets and portable music players. While some people may be wary of a device that executes demands based on touch, there are definitely several benefits this particular technology offers that traditional buttons cannot. Faster Interaction One of the most notable benefits of a touch screen display is that it allows faster interaction with your device. Instead of having to position a mouse pointer over what you want to click, all you have to do on a touch screen is simply to put your finger on where you want to go. In certain situations where speed can make a world of difference, such as when you’re operating in-vehicle control systems or security equipment, touch screen displays are invaluable.
Tuesday, September 15, 2015
Touchscreens have changed the way people expect to interact with their devices. When it comes to smartphones and tablets, touch is the way to go. Even handheld game consoles, laptops, and car navigation systems are moving towards touch. Manufacturers of these devices need to give their respective consumers the responsiveness these consumers are looking for. Selecting the right TFT-LCD display to use for different devices is important. Capacitive or Resistive Technology For touch-sensitive displays, two types of technologies are used: resistive and capacitive. The main difference is in how they respond to touch. Mobile phone comparison site Omio indicates that resistive technology is more accurate but capacitive technology is more responsive.
Sunday, September 13, 2015
Today, LCD modules play an important part in people’s daily lives, reflected in the smallest of gadgets and devices, from the simple displays of home alarm systems to the complex capabilities of a smartphone’s screen. While small, LCD modules play a big role in improving the functionality of these devices, being a crucial component in how the user interacts with the gadgets. Since LCD modules are used in a wide variety of applications, an LCD module manufacturer makes a lot of considerations in designing such products. Manufacturers, such as Microtips Technology, have designs with a wide variety of specifications, each of which is ideal for different uses.
Friday, September 11, 2015
Display technologies have come a long way since its introduction in the electronics scene. Today, different consumer products from HD TVs to handheld devices use a wide variety of display technologies. When designing new products, the first thing original equipment manufacturers determine is the kind of display technology to use. Should it be in color, or feature monochrome display? Depending on intended use of the product, you may choose a TFT LCD display module, a mono graphic LCD, or an OLED module. Battle of Color Displays When it comes to color, contrast, and picture quality, two display technologies are always going head to head with each other – TFT LCD and OLED. For many consumers looking for quality in their devices and appliances, color quality is one of the most sought-after.
Thursday, September 10, 2015
TVs and monitors made with LCD module technology are known to produce crisper images, more vibrant colors, and higher resolutions, which is why they continue to be one of the most popular choices for consumers on the lookout for such technology of maximum quality. To further enhance picture quality on TVs and monitors, manufacturers add many improvements, such as upgrades on display coatings that help specifically to control how the screen will look when exposed to light. Today, there are two different display coating options on finished products – glossy and matte. Which of the two offers the best viewing experience for consumers? Glossy Displays Glossy screens offer more in terms of color and contrast. The image produced on the displays often appear more vivid, saturated, and richer compared to matte displays. Shine some light towards it, and you’ll begin to see some noticeable reflections.
Sunday, July 26, 2015
Here at Microtips Technology, we pride ourselves in being among the pioneers of new LCD technologies. We do this by providing a carefully selected range of products to serve our clients who have a wide variety of purposes in mind. Among the categories of products we manufacture and supply is the (Thin Film Transistor) TFT LCD display. Majority of the displays in our inventory are available in White LED, YG LED, FSTN, and STN, all fitted with capacitive touch screen technology. In this update, we will look into our inventory of modules and highlight some samples that have particular characteristics.
Friday, July 24, 2015
Microtips Technology is a leading global manufacturer and supplier of some of the best LCD module varieties available in the market today. Our success is driven by our determination to be a pioneer in new LCD technologies. For this reason, we have always used the latest touchscreen technologies in our products. We mainly provide a gamut of LCD modules in two of the major (and most widely used) types of touchscreen technologies: capacitive touch and resistive touch. Almost every industry in the world today, from automotive to healthcare, uses some form of touchscreen device. This is mostly because touchscreen makes for a more user-friendly experience when compared to traditional button-operated technology. The first ever touchscreen was developed in the late 1960s at the Royal Radar Establishment in the U.K. by E.A. Johnson.
Wednesday, July 22, 2015
Display technology has long been dominated by LCD and LED. They have been the staple of many devices like smartphones, music players and even televisions. Yet, another material has been slowly emerging as the future of high definition displays, a material that can easily beat LCDs and LEDs when it comes to functionality and versatility. These are known as Organic Light Emitting Diodes, or OLED. OLED displays have been present for quite some time in the market, yet it is only recently that people have begun to see its future in display technology. Now that more people are looking for devices with thinner, lighter and more flexible screens with vivid colors, OLED display module manufacturers are indeed looking at a brighter future ahead of them.
Monday, July 20, 2015
LCDs are an important product nowadays; people see them everywhere, from their smartphones to their computer monitors. An LCD module manufacturer like Microtips Technology often has to work a lot to keep up with the demand. Providing the world with its LCD needs, however, can be difficult. To better understand the challenges; here is a brief overview of what exactly goes into crafting all of the LCDs that people see around them. LCD Components Liquid crystal displays are popular because that they can fit into a thin space what old CRT displays needed a lot of space for. This is because of the unique property of liquid crystals to be somewhere between solids and liquids; when an electric current passes through them, they can change to control how light passes through them, either becoming cloudy or transparent. This is how a sheet of liquid crystals can change to display various images. Depending on how small the segments can be made, the images can be produced in high-definition.
Wednesday, July 1, 2015
Earlier this year, Transparency Market Research released a report chronicling the agency’s outlook for the organic light-emitting diode (OLED) display market through 2018. The report bears great news for OLED and liquid crystal display or LCD module manufacturers like Microtips Technology, LLC. Among other things, analysts expect a massive growth in store for the OLED display market to the tune of $25.9 billion by 2018, from a meager $4.9 billion in 2012. While the OLED market has seen some highs and lows, it’s still managed to perform quite well. With the use of OLED displays in smartphones, government backing in several countries, and a growing number of OLED wearables for the healthcare, transportation, and medical sectors, the market for OLED is on a steady growth path.
Sunday, June 14, 2015
Your customers see your product at face value through your user interface. In turn, the quality of your LCD module display greatly affects your user interface’s functionality, and in turn, your customer’s satisfaction. Customers prefer slick and legible displays that grant them fast access to the information they want so it’s certainly worth investing in display performance. Microtips Technology exists for the exact purpose of helping you optimize your display performance. We are glad to announce that we have all the materials and engineering knowledge to cross-list all Ocular LCD standard parts and customize these according to your business needs.
Friday, June 12, 2015
Microtips Technology, LLC is proud to announce the launch of its Transmissive Normal White 2.4” TFT LCD display. The product adds to the bountiful selection of small-sized displays that the company manufactures and supplies. The company’s inventory of small displays are suitable for various purposes: automotive interior displays, handheld devices, consumer and industrial, and even medical applications. The overall area of the screen measures 42.7 x 58.4 x 3.0 mm, with the active area measuring 36.72 x 48.96 mm. The 2.4 in the name refers to the DOT Matrix which is 2.4 inches. It uses an LED type backlight that works on an 80 mA supply current at 25 degrees room temperature and a 3.3 volt supply voltage.
Thursday, June 11, 2015
Microtips Technology, LLC, a leading LCD display module supplier and manufacturer, is glad to announce the launch of its new small display. The particular product is the 2.4” TFT Transmissive Normal White display. It is designed for small handheld devices as well as wearable devices that are already becoming the wave of the future. The Normal White has an operating temperature with the range of -20~70 degrees Celsius (-4~158 degrees Fahrenheit). Its storage temperature range is -30~80 degrees Celsius (-22~176 degrees Fahrenheit). The DOT Matrix, as the name implies, measures 2.4 inches with an overall area at 42.7 x 59.45 x 3.0 mm. The active area is 36.72 x 48.96 mm.
Monday, May 25, 2015
Demand for TFT-LCDs will continue to be strong in the next couple of years despite recent figures pointing to an unexpected demand decline in the tablet sector. LCD manufacturers such as Microtips Technology, LLC will therefore continue to produce the latest units of TFT LCDs, mainly for the booming smartphone and automotive markets. Data from the Market Intelligence & Consulting Institute (MIC) show that volume shipments of small to medium TFT-LCD display panels will breach the 3 billion unit-mark in 2015 and 2016, increasing by about 0.1% and 0.3% YoY, respectively. Many applications of this size of LCD panels have reportedly reached their “point of saturation,” accounting for the meager growth percentage. One of these applications is the tablet computer, which is expecting lower demand in coming years.
Saturday, May 23, 2015
Many LCD module manufacturer firms note that 15% to 25% of the total cost of each LCD come from backlight units and inverters. This is the reason why manufacturers now aim to increase panel transmissivity, as doing so would dramatically reduce the need for backlight lamps, inverters, and optical films, and consequently reduce the total panel costs. Aside from the reduced cost for each unit, increased transmissivity could also improve power efficiency. Conventional LCDs lose the majority of the illumination produced by backlight lamps due to polarizer absorption, causing only around 5% of total light transmitted to make it to the screen. Industry observers say that even small improvements in transmission can lead to significantly reduced dependence on backlight lamps. Just by increasing transmission by 5%, an LCD manufacturer like Microtips Technology can reduce backlight by 50% and still achieve the same results.
Thursday, May 21, 2015
Sometimes, professionals or business owners who need a raft of information to stay on top of the game must have a way to see everything organized on one screen. Other circumstances, however, warrant spreading the data out across several screens and have interactive functions. Mike Gordon of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser has an example that has long been grounded in reality – the multi-function displays at the main office set of reimagined police series Hawaii Five-0. Documentaries about large operations centers with numerous displays and even movies filmed in an actual command center have sated public curiosity on how various bits of information come together in a hectic yet more organized environment. Even a simple workstation with at least two displays supposedly helps improve a person’s productivity. If your business has a need for more customized LCD module solutions to better analyze and act on information that comes in, companies like MicroTips USA are willing to help you.
Wednesday, May 20, 2015
Microtips Technology, LLC, an LCD display module manufacturer and supplier, is offering various products in time for Display Week 2015. Graphic LCD display modules, monochrome LCD display modules, and OLED display modules are some of the company’s specialties. The 2015 Display Week will feature some of the most cutting-edge developments as well as emerging trends in display technology. It will be held from May 31 to June 5, 2015 at the San Jose Convention Center. Microtips Technology’s monochrome LCD and Graphic LCD displays are available in STN, FTSN, YG LED, and White LED, all with Touch Screen capability. These display modules can be used in different applications like medical appliances, industrial facilities, car interiors and consumer products. On the other hand, the company’s OLED display module products are more efficient than those that use CRT technology and traditional LCD modules.
Saturday, May 2, 2015
LCD (liquid crystal display) is a display module composed of tiny crystals capable of being maneuvered for data presentation in the form of graphics, letters, or numbers. Color LCD’s have two matrices to produce hues: the passive matrix and the active matrix or TFT (thin film transistors). The latter has become highly sought-after in recent times. A recent report stated that advancing demands on smartphone functionality have given rise to the need for changes on TFT LCD’s screen sizes and pixel densities, while taking power consumption into consideration. These demands have led TFT LCD display manufacturers to create appropriate products with the desired features. Among the various display technologies, TFT LCDs are known to be the most responsive to the need for higher resolutions that consume less power, hence their rapid rise in the market.
Thursday, April 30, 2015
LCDs, or liquid crystal displays, have come a long way to deliver the level of quality people enjoy today in TV viewing. A big jump from the bulky CRT of yesteryears, an LCD is made up of liquid crystals that are activated by an electric current, allowing the display to produce sharper images in thinner form factors. The process that a single LCD panel goes through requires hundreds of individual steps. A reputable LCD module manufacturer makes sure that each LCD undergoes all these steps and is created with high precision. Components The basic components of an LCD are a display glass, a drive and control electronics, a mechanical package, and power supply. LCDs are made under tight and highly controlled environments and conditions, with special devices that ensure that dust particles are kept out of the room. The manufacturing process specifically requires that there are less than 10 particles of dust per cubic feet in the room.
Tuesday, April 28, 2015
When it comes to digital display tech, you’ll likely hear of three major terms: LCD, LED, and Plasma. You see of a lot of TVs, for example, bear these tags at your local appliance dealers. But have you ever heard of OLED before? While it may sound like entirely new tech, OLED really isn’t that novel. It has been in the consumer electronics market for the past 14 years in some form or another, particularly for mobile phones. Times have changed, however, and OLED has already conquered TV sets from Samsung’s to LG’s, as well as offerings from various LCD display module manufacturers like Microtips Technology. However, what makes OLED better than a typical LED or LCD TV?
Monday, April 27, 2015
Capacitive touch is the pioneer of touchscreen technology, dating back to the mid-1960s and paving the way for other succeeding technologies. It remains the most widely used touchscreen technology today, from LCD module displays to consumer tablets and smartphones. Before all these, however, capacitive touch helped to keep air travel safer. Eric Arthur Johnson designed the first touchscreen in 1965 at the Royal Radar Establishment in the U.K. for air traffic control. The device naturally was a far cry from today’s touchscreens. The first models could only process commands one touch at a time. By today’s standards, certainly not quite ideal for the task of coordinating with dozens of planes in airspace.