Moserrc Technologies stocks a large range of electronic display products. You will find LCD, touch screen, TFT, OLED, vacuum fluorescent, graphic, colour and alphanumeric displays along with a complete range of related accessories and kits.
A display bezel or screen bezel is the area of a display surrounding the screen. A display bezel can be made of plastic, aluminium or rubber, with various individual measurements for each side. Display bezels in laptops, tablets and LCD screens are much thinner than in standard television or computer screens, resulting in a larger screen size.
Display bezels act as the front face of a display device and may have openings for one or more drive bays. These drive bays allows the user to add devices like optical drives or internal hard drives....
What are display bezels used for?
Display bezels are found in all screens, monitors and computer towers. Devices like smartphones, tablets and notebooks all have display bezels.
Types of display bezels
Open frame display bezels mount from the backend and are equipped with brackets.
Chassis display bezels are enclosed within a stainless steel bezel, and are primarily used in industrial environments.
Panel mount display bezels are useful when displays have to fit into rugged frames or openings. These bezels mount from the front directly into the opening.
Display cables are cable assemblies for use with display modules. They feature a wire and connector to provide an input or output to the displays for various functions, for example power or UART signals. Display cables are accessories for display monitors. ...
They are often essential to get the display up-and-running.Features & Benefits Various lengths available e.g. 3m Various connector types e.g. JSTWhat are JST Connectors?Some display cables come with a JST connector at the end. JST is an electrical connector standard and they come with various pin-to-pin pitches. The pitch is the distance between each pin. Different JST connectors work with different sizes of wires. JST connectors are popular in displays but also battery packs and other consumer products.
Display inverters (also known as screen inverters) are small circuit boards that are used in electronic devices with displays (screens that show images). They change the direct current (DC) charge from the circuit's motherboard into an alternating current (AC). In other words, display inverters are a kind of power adapter....
How do display inverters work?
Without light, a displaywon't be able to show any images. Many displays use a CCFL (cold-cathode fluorescent lamp) which requires an inverter to work. Commonly known as a CCFL display inverter, this component prepares the DC power supply to work with the AC power requirements of the lamp.
Common applications for display inverters
Display inverters are commonly used in electronic devices such as computer monitors, notebooks, portable media players, mobile phones and tablet PCs. When choosing your display inverter you can select from a range of sizes, depending on your application. You can also choose from fixed or dimming options for lighting.
Display backlighting is used to illuminate LCDs (liquid crystal displays), as well as for machine vision, image scanning and task lighting. Unlike frontlights, which illuminate from the front, backlights usually produce illumination from the sides or from the back of the screen....
Types of display backlighting
You can choose from display backlighting in a range of colours (including white, green and yellow) and levels of brightness, depending on the application you need it for. The two main types of display backlight are:
LED (light emitting diodes) backlighting – this uses 10 to 18 LEDs arranged in a uniform pattern and usually provides white light.
CCFL (cold cathode fluorescent) backlighting – this uses a single straight glass tube, which works much like a normal fluorescent lamp.
Applications of display backlighting
As LCD screens are unable to illuminate themselves, they require a backlight to provide the illumination and make the image on the screen viewable. Apart from being used in computer displays, LCD televisions and smartphones, backlights are also used in small devices such as watches and pocket calculators to improve readability in low-light conditions.
Display controllers are the main components in video signal generators, which provide video output to a monitor. They dictate the timing of video signals such as vertical and horizontal synchronised signals, and blanking interval signals. Display controllers are usually integrated into the main computer's central processing unit (CPU) system, while they can also act as coprocessors that control the RAM separately....
What are display controllers used for?
Display controllers have many applications in situations where a video signal is required. This can be in areas as broad-ranging as medical equipment, industrial controls, touch screen monitors, and mobile communication devices.
Types of display controllers
The type of display controller required depends on how complex your needs are.
Video shifters are the simplest display controllers, which can be used for low-resolution images.
Cathode ray tube controllers (CRTCs) have a wider range of capabilities, from simple to high-definition images.
Video interface controllers support still more complex uses, such as character generation.
Video coprocessors have their own internal CPU, meaning all the functions of the display are controlled by the display controller.
Display filters are coloured filters that are used to enhance display images. They're usually used with LEDs (light emitting diodes) and display monitors– electronic devices used for viewing content such as images, text and other visual material....
Why are display filters useful?
Display filters are designed to improve the readability (a measure of a display's performance in transmitting visual information to the eye clearly and quickly) of light emitting displays by helping to improve the contrast for your display and lighting environment and reducing reflections.
They're usually made from sturdy plastic, such as acrylic, and have an anti-reflective and anti-glare surface coating to reduce false reflections. Display filters are typically used with computers, mobile devices, and many types of medical, transportation and industrial equipment.
Types of display filters
Choose from a range of colours, including red, green, orange and yellow, depending on your application. You can also select from a variety of shapes and sizes and can usually cut your display filter down to an exact size if you need to.
Industrial monitors are devices that display information as images, in an industrial setting. They usually consist of a power supply, a screen, circuitry and casing. Compared with regular computer monitors, industrial monitors need to be more rugged so they can withstand the demands of a potentially hazardous setting, such as a workshop floor. Therefore the casing may need to be shock and moisture resistant, and the circuitry might need greater levels of protection than usual....
What are industrial monitors used for?
Industrial monitors are often used to simply display basic information, such as the performance of a circuit. They are frequently set up so that it is easy for workers to access such information while standing at a machine.
Types of industrial monitors
The main differences between industrial monitors are the types of display:
LCD colour displays produce high quality images while being light and durable.
OLED displays are useful for producing high quality contrast in their images.
Vacuum fluorescent displays are good for producing crisp images, and emit little heat.
Touch screens are used when the worker might need to input information into the device.
LCD monochrome displays are flat-panel displaysused in electronic circuits. They use the light-modulating properties of liquid crystals to display black and white images, such as preset words, digits and displays, as found for instance on a digital clock or calculator.
LCD monochrome display applications
LCD monochrome displays can be used in a variety of applications including in portable devices such as digital cameras, watches and smartphones. They're also used in electronics products such as DVD players, video game devices and clocks.
Benefits, features and types of LCD monochrome displays
LCD monochrome displays are compact, energy efficient, have a low electrical power consumption and are easy to fit to your PCB (printed circuit board).
You can choose from a range of sizes and styles, including by how many rows or characters your display will show. Look out for designs that produce their own light with built-in LED (light emitting diode) backlights so that no extra display backlightingis required.
LED displays are small displays, lit by an LED (light emitting diode), which are designed to be mounted to a panel or PCB connector. FeaturesLED displays are available in a range of different sizes, styles and colours. They are also available in surface mounted (SMD) or through-hole packages. Types of LED display:
Segmented Displays (for example 7-segment and 14-segment) consist of sections which, when lit, create numbers and/or letters. You would find 7-segment displays in calculators and digital alarm clocks.
Dot Matrix consist of multiple dots which, when lit, create numbers, letters, symbols and images. The higher the number of dots, the more detailed symbols you can create. More basic dot matrix displays are ideal for message boards.
Light Bars consist of single or multiple sections that light up. They are usually square or rectangular and used for status indicators or to highlight icons on a display....
They can remain a small individual display or be used as part of a larger display. LED displays provide interaction between a user and system. Common uses for LED displays are basic information signage and household devices.
OLED displays are electronic visual displays based upon organic light-emitting diode (OLED) technology. Like other display types, an OLED Display can be used to present images, text and video a viewer.What is an OLED?An OLED is an organic light-emitting diode, that when current is applied emits light. An individual OLED is made up of an organic semiconductor, sandwiched between two electrodes. These electrodes is typically transparent, allowing the emitted light to escape.How does an OLED Display work?An OLED display is made up of an array of individual OLEDs that are individually turned on and off in a coordinated way (driven) to present an image. There are two main methods of driving an OLED display: PMOLED (passive matrix OLED) – Each row and line of pixels in the display are controlled sequentially, one at a time. AMOLED (active matrix OLED) – A thin-film transistor backplane is used to switch each pixel on and off, with each pixel containing a storage capacitor to maintain the on pixel state....
Advantages High contrast ratio – OLEDs emit light directly, so when a black pixel is required, the pixel is off and emits no light at all. LCDs cannot achieve lower contrast ratios as black is achieved by masking a backlight, some light always get throughWide viewing angle – Because OLEDs emit light directly and not through a liquid crystal layer like in a LCDResponse time – Current OLEDs can reach response times as low as 1 ms Disadvantages Lifespan – The organic materials used in the OLEDs have a limited lifespan compared to LCD displaysOutdoor performance – OLED Displays utilise an emissive technology, meaning all the light used to make up an image is produced by the display. As the constituent OLEDs can act like a mirror, in high ambient light condition the image can be difficult to view.Power consumption – An OLED display will generally consume more power that an LCD display, unless the image is primarily blackUses: PMOLED - Are typically used in small, graphical displays, where their benefits of a simple control scheme and low cost outweigh the disadvantages of restricted resolution and shorter lifespan. AMOLED - Are typically used in applications that require higher resolutions and are large in size.
Touch screen accessories are supplementary product parts for use with touch screen devices like monitors, display screens, touch panels, tablets and cell phones.
Examples of these accessories include stylus pens, mounting brackets, support rests, tabletop stands or card swipe add-ons, to name a few....
What are touch screen accessories used for?
Touch screen accessories are used in control devices like mice and keyboards to help the operator navigate the user interface on the screen. They allow users to have quick, accurate interaction with the display content.
These accessories are found in devices such as ATMs, point-of-sale products and game consoles. They are typical in digital appliances like PDAs, e-readers, homeware and office appliances.
Touch screen accessories are used in the medical industry and in industrial environments where large display screens are required for information, notification and control purposes.
Types of touch screen accessories
The most common type of touch screen accessory is the stylus. A stylus is like a pen for a display screen enabling both clicking or electronic writing functions. Stylus pens are light-weight with small, rounded profile tips designed for precision writing and screen signing.
A touch screen sensor is the part of a touch screen device that takes an input from the display screen and translates it into a suitable output action. Touch screen sensors are layered on top of electronic visual displays and allow direct interaction with the information shown there. Some touch screens require special equipment, such as a stylus, while most can be operated using your fingers....
What are touch screen sensors used for?
Touch screen sensors are used in mobile technology, gaming, point-of-sale systems and other industrial applications.
Types of touch screen sensors
Resistive touch screen sensors work by using two layers of material to measure a change in the resistance on the screen, which is then translated into an electronic signal. These are often used alongside industrial monitors, for example, as they can be operated while wearing gloves.
Capacitive touch screen sensors consist of a pane of glass covered in a conductive material. The electrostatic field of the screen is disturbed when touched, and this is interpreted as an input. Capacitive touch screens require little pressure and are very sturdy.