MEMORY IN PIXEL

Ruggedized, low power, high memory displays that last.

Memory Displays


MLCD and OLED

Memory In Pixel (MIP) function is equipped in the color reflective LCD. These LCD modules are suitable for a wide variety of IoT products and application, including outdoor sports gears, medical & healthcare devices, remote controllers, and portable devices. E3 Displays carries out development relating to not only improvement of display performance with higher resolution and higher picture quality, but also to reflective-type color displays for realization of ultra-low power consumption.

To improve brightness, E3 uses optical light control technologies to optimize viewing angle for specific screen sizes. When light goes into LCD, the light control technologies help to efficiently reflect more light, resulting in wider viewing angle.

MIP reflective-type color displays bring memory LCD to a colorful world. 8 colors display enable customer to do more design for information demonstration.

Applications

Smart Watch

Outdoor Applications

Measurement Tools

Features of Memory Displays

Color and Monochrome Options
Ultra Low Power Consumption

– Microwatt range (TYP)
– Realize a low power Always-on Display even with Frequent Data Updating

High Readability

– Viewable in any light, from edge-of-vision to brightest sunlight
– Reflective, plus Transflective models

Low Power Refresh

– Requires only a single 5 V or 3 V supply
– No high currents required from the supply
– Faster Image Refresh time for scrolling letters/image capability

Wide/Symmetrical Viewing Angle

– Up to 170° × 170°

Simple Interfacing

– 3-wire Serial, 3V–5V single power

Types of Memory Displays

E-Paper

E-Paper, also known as electrophoretic display or e-ink, has proven to be one of the most unique display technology to date. Each E-Paper display is filled with microscopic capsules with different charges to display a wide array of colors (also comes in monochrome). When electrical charges interact with these capsules, it is able to portray and change the display image. The images being displayed with E-Paper are almost always stationary and never moving.

What separates E-Paper from any other display lies within its own name. Every image is stationary and the way the electronic charges portray the image, the technology almost resonates to appear as if its physical paper. It has no change in brightness or fading in any light; even in direct sunlight, words on e-paper are still fully readable. Furthermore, E-Paper is bistable meaning it only has two states of power; active or inactive. once an image is projected on E-Paper, it will cease to consume power on the device until you decide to change the image once more. 

Our Experienced Team is Ready to Help

Our E3 team has expertise in every type of display technology, whether big or small. Once we evaluate your project, we will help you choose the display that best fits your needs, while always keeping quality and budget in mind.

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