Character OLEDs feature specific pixel ranges, setting them apart from other passive matrix OLED displays. The number of characters in a row and the number of vertical lines used to define character OLEDs.
High contrast displays called character OLEDs come in 2×16, 2×20, and 4×20 character sizes. These OLEDs offer a range of colours, an Arduino-compatible interface, and modular possibilities, as well as an extended operating temperature as low as – 40 degrees Celsius.
Character OLED displays, such as 8×2 character, 12×2 character, 16×2 character, 20×2 character, and 20×4 character OLED displays, are made expressly to function as replacements for conventional sized STN character modules.
Character OLED screens are widely used as suitable upgrades to LCD or VFD displays since they are readily accessible in standard sizes. They provide excellent value for the money because to their use of a serial or parallel MPU interface, LCD compatible instructions, and built-in font tables.
Global character OLEDs market accounted for $XX Billion in 2021 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2022 to 2030.
When compared to conventional character display technologies, the new character monochrome OLED from GTK provides a performance jump in terms of both functionality and performance. The new OLED features what is known as a “free viewing angle,” meaning that it may be seen without any distortion from any angle.
Because it doesn’t need a backlight to function, electricity consumption is reduced. This product is offered in two sizes and comes standard in yellow and white. On request, more colours are available.
This technology is perfect for OEMs creating new products that need a straightforward character display.
It performs better than existing technology, uses less energy, and takes up less space.
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