EMD Eyescreen ME3204 P-OLED Display At SID 2007

Posted: May 24 2007, 1:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:58am CDT, in News | Portable Devices

 
EMD Eyescreen ME3204 P-OLED Display at SID 2007
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MicroEmissive Displays will demonstrate their P-OLED display Eyescreen ME3204 at the SID 2007 this week.

MicroEmissive Displays’ eyescreen products are the world’s only polymer organic light emitting diode (P-OLED) microdisplays.

The eyescreen ME3204 is a color P-OLED QVGA (320 x RGB x 240) microdisplay featuring 230K dots in a compact 6 mm (0.24”) diagonal pixel array. It is mounted on a flex assembly to enable simplified design-in to end products.
The eyescreen ME3204 has a two-wire serial interface, BT.656 and 8-bit serial RBG digital inputs, and runs off a single 2.5 V supply. The eyescreen ME3204 is the first device to be manufactured at MED's new production facility in Dresden, Germany.
Via the MicroEmissive Displays site.

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