Pervasive Displays recently launched the first two products in its Spectra family of three-pigment black, white and red e-paper displays (EPDs). Intended for a wide variety of applications (e.g., electronic shelf labels and smart cards), the thin Spectra EPD is an active matrix TFT glass substrate display with a 180° viewing angle.
The 2.87″ E2287ES051 module offers a 296 × 128 resolution and 112 dpi pixel density. The 4.2″ E2417ES053 model has 400 × 300 resolution and 120 dpi high-pixel density. Both anti-glare displays have a vertical pixel arrangement.
Spectra EPD features an SPI interface and a fine-tuned embedded waveform for superior optical performance. You can customize the embedded waveform for your specific applications. The bistable Spectra EPD panels require little power to update; they don’t use power to maintain an image. The displays can operate over an ambient temperature range of 0° to 40°. Breakage detection is supported.
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