Products/Services for Thin Film Electroluminescent Display

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    Electroluminescent Lighting - (15 companies)
    Tech Center. The most common EL devices are composed of either powder (lighting) or thin films (information displays), and the material used can be either organic or inorganic electroluminescent materials. Below are several factors that separate... Learn More
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    Display Filters and Films - (65 companies)
    Display filters and films are designed to filter, enhanced and/or protect monitors or flat panel displays (FPD). Image Credit: Allied Electronics, Inc. | Digi-Key Corporation | Saint-Gobain Plastic Films and Tapes. Display filters and films... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Flat Panel Displays - (870 companies)
    S-IPS) provides better viewing angles than other display technologies, but is used mainly in large panels. Thin-film transistor (TFT) displays are active-matrix flat panel displays (FPDs) that produce color images which are as sharp as traditional... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Thin Film Monitors - (57 companies)
    ...and the thickness of semi-transparent thin films. Thin film monitors such as ellipsometers can be used to measure layers as thin as 1 nm up to several microns thick. Ellipsometers are used to accurately determine the thicknesses of thin films... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Thin Film Equipment - (328 companies)
    ...for the deposition or modification of thin films or surfaces using CVD, PVD, plasma etching, and thermal oxidation or ion implantation. Thin film equipment is widely applied in the semiconductor or wafer processing, cutting tool coating and optical films. Coating... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Wafer and Thin Film Instrumentation - (368 companies)
    ...monitoring of thin film parameters during thin film or semiconductors wafer processing. quartz crystal microbalance (QCM) instruments are used monitors or controlling thin film thickness and depostion rate thin films or electroplating systems. Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Thin Film Materials - (198 companies)
    ...of sputtering target material are knocked off and sputtered onto a substrate in the form of a thin film deposition or sputter coating. These targets can specifically be planar or rotary shaped. Material Type. Thin films can include a large number... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Thin Film Sources - (77 companies)
    Thin film sources consist of magnetrons, evaporation thermal units, ion beams and other sources that produce deposition materials (vapors or ions) in a thin film system. Thin Film Sources Information. Thin film sources consist of magnetrons... Learn More
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    Thin Film Coating Services - (238 companies)
    Thin Film Coating Services Information. Thin film coating services apply very thin layers of specialized materials to part surfaces. They perform processes such chemical vapor deposition (CVD), physical vapor deposition (PVD), ion implantation... Search by Specification | Learn More
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    Screens - (113 companies)
    ...and material thickness tend to vary more than other construction processes. Electroforming is a metal forming process that forms thin parts through the electroplating process. The part is produced by plating a metal skin onto a base form, known... Search by Specification | Learn More

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Electroluminescent displays (ELDs) sandwich a thin phosphorescent film between two plates. One plate is coated with vertical wires. The other is coated with horizontal wires. Together, the plates form a grid. When an electrical current is passed through horizontal and vertical wires...

Planar offers many electroluminescent (EL) displays with a very thin polycarbonate film of anti-glare (AG) coating laminated onto the display. By providing a microscopically rough surface, the resulting construction diffuses glare while transmitting 90% of the luminance of the clear display glass...

The development and current performance status of electroluminescent (EL) displays based on Atomic Layer Epitaxy (ALE) grown phosphor and insulator thin films is reviewed in this paper. The performance of ZnS:Mn based monochrome and multicolor EL display products is discussed, as well...

The next big prototyping tool for white goods could end up being a pair of scissors. The world's thinnest EL driver, according to Pelikon. That's because new electroluminescent (EL) displays targeting appliances are thin and flexible enough to be cut with ordinary shears. The display panels come...

A thin-film electroluminescent display that combines contrast and image quality with a compact package is suited for use in portable medical equipment. Incorporating the company's proprietary integral contrast-enhancement technology and able to withstand a broad range of temperatures, the display...

Electroluminescent Lighting for Compact and Portable Medical Applications New polymer chemistries have revived an old lighting technology, making it a viable option for the stringent requirements of medical electronics. Thick-film electroluminescent lighting (EL) displays have become a mature...

This paper will review the electrical and optical properties of both monochrome and color electroluminescent (EL) displays. A simple electrical model for thin film electroluminescent (TFEL) device operation will be presented and used to describe the luminance and power consumption of TFEL devices...

This paper overviews the "color by white" approach to make color Thin Film Electroluminescent (TFEL) displays. The performance of the SrS:Ce/ZnS:Mn phosphor is discussed in light of recent improvements of the SrS:Ce TFEL phosphor. The status of both direct view "color by white" TFEL color displays...

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