In an announcement made by Manhattan Skyline, Emerging Display Technologies (EDT) announced that it will release TFT LCDs to replace those that Mitsubishi Electric had discontinued. It was announced in June 2020 by the Japanese company that it will no longer manufacture small and medium-sized TFT LCD modules, TFT screen which are used in industrial and automotive applications.

Since its inception as a monochrome display manufacturer, Taiwanese manufacturer EDT has expanded its product line to include a full range of color TFT displays, including capacitive touch models as well as touchscreen displays, touch panels and cover lenses.

It has created a series of display modules that are intended to be compatible replacements for existing displays, and that have the same size, resolution, and mechanical outline structure. Initial offerings include 8.4-inch (ET084030DVA), 5 inch tft display, 10.4-inch (ET104030DSA), and 12.1-inch (ET121030DVA) modules, all of which have a resolution of 1024 x 768. According to the company, additional options will be added.

Customers who wish to replace a Mitsubishi module are encouraged to contact EDT so that the most appropriate alternative can be developed.
The displays are available from Manhattan Skyline, which distributes them.

 

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