Mitsubishi Electric was established in 1921 as a manufacturer of electric motors and has grown into a 35-country global giant that introduces and refines breakthrough technologies in electronics. Registered to ISO 16949, Mitsubishi Electric has adopted "Changes for the Better" as a corporate statement to express their commitment to creating better products. Mitsubishi's LED technology is unique, producing the world's first large-scale LED screen for sports arenas and the world's largest CRT television screen. The Mitsubishi TFT-LCD product line features LED backlighting and many include CMOS and LVDS interfaces or touch panel screens. LC modes include TN and IPS technology. The TFT-LCD's are available in VGA, SVGA, WVGA, and QVGA, among others.
Mitsubishi LCD Display Design Accelerator Development Kits were developed to assist in evaluating Mitsubishi's LCD products. These kits contain the necessary items to make Mitsubishi LCDs functional with common computer equipment requiring minimal effort by users. They are not meant to be used in the production version of any end equipment. Kits are available for resolutions including VGA, SVGA, XGA, WVGA, or WXGA. Each kit only support one resolution.
Mitsubishi Industrial Use TFT LCD Modules are ideal for applications requiring high quality and excellent performance for a variety of needs. The TFT-LCD Modules cover the most popular resolutions, including XGA, SVGA, VGA, WXGA, and WVGA, and in an LVDS or CMOS interface. With screen sizes from 17.5 to 4.3 inches and varying brightness levels, the Mitsubishi Industrial Use TFT LCD Modules are available in a wide range of design configurations, high reliability features, and real color display options. Mitsubishi Electric delivers TFT-LCD Modules that are forwardly compatible with successive models offering higher performance.
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