Behind the LCD
Our high bright monitors are used in uncontrolled lighting environments, we add customized passive enhancements to maximize the contrast and brightness of the touchscreen interface. Anti-glare coating on the face of the touchscreen, and anti-reflective coating on both sides of the LCD. These coatings mirror the index of refraction to reduce light reflecting back at the operator which enhances overall readability and increases the contrast ratio in high direct light and high ambient light environments.
A normal LCD will turn black when exposed to sunlight and UV radiation. Design innovations allow the LCD to operate in direct sunlight. Through the use of these special coatings, films, and filters, the unit obtains sunlight readability without additional backlights. The end result is 1000+ nit equivalent viewing without the additional power draw and heat generation of more backlights. Consequently, our flat panel display systems have longer life, better processor performance, and wider operating temperature range.
AbraxSys integrates enhanced backlight technology increasing the overall luminace output of the LCD’s light source. AbraxSys utilizes both LED and CCFL back lighting technology to achieve higher nit levels at the most efficient consumption levels required for your application. LED yields an amazingly bright LCD panel as does CCFL but with lower power consumption while creating less heat than typically associated with higher watt CCFL back lights. AbraxSys’ high bright LCD monitors bring high bright levels of luminance as well as reliable, efficient design, resulting in unmatched image clarity.
LED combned with optic film stacking, reflection pattern technology, and special radiation technology to maximize the brightness and further limit power consumption. The high bright solution increases day-time and night-time visibility and is the most trusted sunlight readable solution. Typical examples of our high bright monitors in application are ATM screens, the in-vehicle mounted LCDs, the oil rig platforms, and outdoor signage displays.