A typical form of liquid crystal display (LCD) known as a twisted nematic (TN) display consists of a material known as a nematic liquid crystal that is contained between two plates of polarised glass.
Nematic material’s capacity to rotate the polarisation of light beams passing through it is exploited by the TN display. On either side of the liquid crystal are two polarising filters, which are two parallel glass planes with polarising lines that are at right angles to one another.
The input filter polarises light as it enters the display. All incoming light is transmitted if there is no electric field.This is due to the nematic liquid crystal rotating the light’s polarisation by 90 degrees, which allows the light to pass easily through the output filter because it is oriented to match the 90-degree shift.
The Global twisted nematic display 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.
With a contrast up to 6 times higher than standard TN LCDs, InfoVue EBTN (Enhanced Background Twisted Nematic) custom negative image TN LCD technology from Lumex offers a price up to 40% lower and 50% greater energy efficiency.
The InfoVue EBTN technology is suitable for a variety of uses, including industrial control devices (such as gas pumps, flow meters, control panels, and test chambers), medical devices (such as portable heart monitors, gas analysis monitors, portable defibrillators, and disposable glucometers), communications equipment (such as routers, switches, and gateways), and home appliances.
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