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Touch LCD panel for semi-outdoor applications

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Advantech's IDK-1105 is a 5.7 in. VGA (640 x 480) industrial grade LCD panel with resistive touch solution. Although in a compact format, the panel is already embedded with an LED driver board and LVDS interface, making it easy to integrate with embedded boards.

IDK-1105 supports 500 cd/m2 high brightness and wide operating temperature of -20° C to 70° C and is suitable for semi-outdoor applications such as vending machines, in-vehicle applications and portable devices.

High Brightness for Semi-Outdoor Applications
IDK-1105 features a 5.7″ VGA industrial grade LCD panel with LED backlight built in saving 20% power consumption. It is equipped with 4-wire resistive touch screen which enables accurate and reliable single touch operations. Its 500 cd/m2 high brightness enables it to display sharp and clear images even under semi-outdoor environments. Moreover, IDK-1105 can operate under a wide range of temperatures from -20 °C to 70 °C. IDK-1105 is also available with Advantech value-added solutions that improve display performance such as AR coating.

Integrated LVDS Interface for Easy Integration
IDK-1105 is integrated with an LED driver board and LVDS interface yet still keeps its compact size. With an LVDS interface, there is no need for a converter board to connect IDK-1105 with an embedded board, saving more on integration cost and space. In addition, IDK-1105 is tested to be fully compatible with all Advantech embedded boards and systems. It supports remote backlight On/Off and brightness control via SUSIAccess when connecting with other Advantech single board computers. Our compatible solutions include LVDS cables, ready V-BIOS setting and touch driver support. As a result, Advantech provides system integrators with a highly-integrated display solution that helps save your valuable time as well as a solid foundation for efficiency development.

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