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SPECIFICATIONS FOR
LCD MODULE
CUSTOMER
CUSTOMER PART NO.
AMPIRE PART NO.
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1. INTRODUCTION
Ampire Display Module is a color active matrix TFT-LCD that uses amorphous
silicon TFT as a switching device. This model is composed of a TFT-LCD panel, timing
controller and LED driver. This TFT-LCD has a high resolution (800(R.G.B) X 480) and
can display up to 262,144 colors.
1-1. Features
● 7” WVGA (16:9 diagonal) configuration
● Input interface voltage : 3.3V
● Data enable mode
● LED driver : 5V input
● LED Back-light is with FPC connection.
1-2. Applications
● Portable TV
● Car user DVD
● Industrial application
● HMI (Human machine interface)
2. PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS
Item
Specifications
unit
Display resolution(dot)
800RGB (W) x 480(H)
dots
Active area
152.4 (W) x 91.44 (H)
mm
Pixel pitch
0.1905 (W) x 0.1905 (H)
mm
Color configuration
R.G.B Vertical stripe
Overall dimension
165.0(W)x104.44(H)X6.76(T)
mm
500
cd/m2
Brightness
Contrast ratio
400 : 1
Backlight unit
LED
Display color
262,144
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3. ABSOLUTE MAX. RATINGS
ITEM
Power Supply Voltage for LCD
Signal input voltage
Operation Temperature
Storage Temperature
SYMBOL
MIN
MAX
UNIT
Vcc
DCLK
DE
R0~R5
G0~G5
B0~b5
Top
Tstg
-0.5
6.0
V
-0.5
VCC+0.3
V
-20
-30
70
80
℃
℃
The following values are maximum operation conditions , If exceeded , it may cause
faulty operation or damage
4. ELECTRICAL CHARACTERISTICS
4-1 TFT LCD Module voltage
ITEM
Power Supply Voltage
For LCD
Power Supply Current
For LCD
Input Voltage
Logic Threshold
Input
Voltage(High)
Voltage Threshold
Voltage(Low)
Power Supply Voltage
For LED
Power Supply Current
For LED
ADJ signal frequency
ADJ signal logic level
High
ADJ signal logic level
Low
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SYMBOL
MIN
TYP
MAX
UN
IT
Vcc
3.0
3.3
3.6
V
Icc
-
170
220
mA
VIN
0
-
Vcc
V
VTH
0.7Vcc
-
Vcc
V
VTL
0
-
0.3Vcc
V
VLED
4.5
5.0
5.5
V
ILED
-
420
480
mA
fPWM
100
--
Hz
VIH
2V
200K
(VLED)
5.0
VIL
0
0.5
V
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VLED=5V
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4-2 LED Driving Conditions
ITEM
SYMBOL
MIN
TYP
MAX
UNIT
CONDITION
LED Backlight Voltage
VBL
8.4
--
10.8
V
For reference
LED Backlight Current
IBL
-
180
-
mA
Ta=25℃
Hr
Note*
LED Life Time
40K
Note* : Brightness to be decreased to 50% of the initial value.
ILED=180mA
A
18mA
LED 10
LED 9
LED 3
LED 2
LED 1
……
K
The constant current source is needed for white LED back-light driving.
When LCM is operated over 60℃ ambient temperature, the IBL of the LED
back-light should be adjusted to 135mA max
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5. INTERFACE
Pin No
1
2
3
4
5
6
7
8
9
10
11
12
13
14
15
16
17
18
19
20
21
22
23
24
25
26
27
28
29
30
31
32
33
34
35
36
37
38
39
40
Symbol
LGND
LGND
ADJ
VLED
VLED
VLED
VCC
VCC
DE
GND
GND
GND
B5
B4
B3
GND
B2
B1
B0
GND
G5
G4
G3
GND
G2
G1
G0
GND
R5
R4
R3
GND
R2
R1
R0
GND
GND
DCLK
NC
NC
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Function
LED Driver Ground
LED Driver Ground
Adjust for LED Brightness
Power supply for LED (5V)
Power supply for LED (5V)
Power supply for LED (5V)
Power supply for LCD (3.3V)
Power supply for LCD (3.3V)
Data Enable Timing Signal
Ground
Ground
Ground
Blue data (MSB)
Blue data
Blue data
Ground
Blue data
Blue data
Blue data (LSB)
Ground
Green data (MSB)
Green data
Green data
Ground
Green data
Green data
Green data (LSB)
Ground
Red data (MSB)
Red data
Red data
Ground
Red data
Red data
Red data (LSB)
Ground
Ground
Data Clock
No Connection ( need to be floating )
No Connection ( need to be floating )
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Note1: ADJ is PWM signal input. It is for brightness control.
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6. OPTICAL CHARACTERISTICS
Item
Viewing
Angle
Symbol
Front
θf
Back
θb
Left
θl
Right
θr
Contrast ratio
CR
Response Time
Color
chromaticity
White
Luminance
Luminance
Uniformity
Condition
CR≧10
Θ=Φ=0°
Tr
Tf
Wx
Θ=Φ=0°
Wy
Min.
Typ.
Max.
Unit
Note
55
60
--
55
60
--
65
70
--
deg.
(1)(2)(3)
65
70
--
250
400
--
--
(1)(3)
--
5
10
ms
(1)(4)
--
11
16
ms
(1)(4)
0.239
0.299
0.359
0.268
0.328
0.388
--
(1)
L
Θ=Φ=0°
--
500
--
cd/m2
(1)(5)
ΔL
Θ=Φ=0°
70
--
--
%
(1)(5)(6)
Note 1: Ta=25°C. To be measured on the center area of panel after 10 minutes operation.
Note 2: Definition of Viewing Angle
Note 3: Definition of contrast ratio:
Contrast ratio is calculated with the following formula.
Contrast ratio(CR)=
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Photo detector output when LCD is at ”White” state
Photo detector Output when LCD is at “Black” state
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Note 4: Definition of response time:
The output signals of photo detector are measured when the input signals are
changed from “black“ to “white”(falling time) and from ”white” to “black” (rising
time) respectively. The response time is defined as the time interval between
the 10% and 90% of amplitudes. Refer to figure as below.
Note 5 : Luminance is measured at point 5 of the display.
Note 6 : Definition of Luminance Uniformity
ΔL = [ L(min.) of 9 points / L(max.) of 9 points] X 100%
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7. INPUT SIGNAL ( DE ONLY MODE )
Note:We suggest using the typical value, so it can have better performance.
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8. BLOCK DIAGRAM
800 (RGB) x 480 TFT LCD Panel
TFT LCD Panel Unit
Power Unit / LED Driver
R0-R5
G0-G5
B0-B5
DE
DCLK
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VLED
ADJ
LED A
LED K
VCC GND
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9. QUALITY AND RELIABILITY
9.1. Scope
Specifications contain
1.1 Display Quality Evaluation
1.2 Mechanics Specification
9.2. Sampling Plan
Unless there is other agreement, the sampling plan for incoming inspection shall
follow MIL-STD-105E LEVEL II.
9.2.1 Lot size: Quantity per shipment as one lot (different model as different lot ).
9.2.2 Sampling type: Normal inspection, single sampling.
9.2.3 Sampling level: Level II.
9.2.4 AQL: Acceptable Quality Level
Major defect: AQL=0.65
Minor defect: AQL=1.0
9.3. Panel Inspection Condition
9.3.1 Environment:
Room Temperature: 25±5°C.
Humidity: 65±5% RH.
Illumination: 300 ~ 700 Lux.
9.3.2 Inspection Distance:
35-40 cm
9.3.3 Inspection Angle:
The vision of inspector should be perpendicular to the surface of the Module.
9.3.4 Inspection time:
Perceptibility Test Time: 20 seconds max.
9.4. Display Quality
9.4.1 Function Related:
The function defects of line defect, abnormal display, and no display are
considered Major defects.
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9.4.2 Bright/Dark Dots:
Defect Type / Specification
G0 Grade
A Grade
Bright Dots
0
N≤ 2
Dark Dots
0
N≤ 3
Total Bright and Dark Dots
0
N≤ 4
[Note 1]
Judge defect dot and adjacent dot as following.
(1) One pixel consists of 3 sub-pixels, including R,G, and B dot.(Sub-pixel = Dot)
(2) The definition of dot: The size of a defective dot over 1/2 of whole dot is regarded as
one defective dot.
(3) Allow above (as A, B, C and D status) adjacent defect dots, including bright and dart
adjacent dot. And they will be counted 2 defect dots in total quantity.
(4) Defects on the Black Matrix, out of Display area, are not considered as a defect or
counted.
(5) There should be no distinct non-uniformity visible through 6% ND Filter within 2 sec
inspection times.
9.4.3 Visual Inspection specifications:
Defect Type
Specification
Count(N)
Dot Shape
D≤0.2mm
(Particle、Scratch and Bubbles in
0.2mm<D≤ 0.4mm
N≤ 3
D>0.4mm
N=0
Line Shape
W≤ 0.05mm
Ignored
(Particles、Scratch、Lint and
0.05mm<W≤ 0.1mm,L≤ 4mm
N≤ 3
W>0.1mm, L>4mm
N=0
display area)
Bubbles in display area)
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[Note 2] W : Width[mm], L : Length[mm], N : Number, φ : Average Diameter
[Note 3] Bright dot is defined through 6% transmission ND Filter as following.
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9.5
RELIABILITY TEST CONDITIONS
Test Item
High
Temperature
Operation
Low
Temperature
Operation
High Temperature Storage
Low Temperature Storage
Thermal Shock Test
Humidity Test
Test Conditions
70±3°C ,Dry
t=240 hrs
-20±3°C, Dry
t=240 hrs
80±3°C , Dry
t=240 hrs
Note
1,2
1,2
-30±3°C ,Dry t=240 hrs
-20°C ~ 25°C ~ 70°C
30 m in. 5 min. 30 min. ( 1 cycle ) 1,2
Total 100 cycle(Dry)
60 °C, Humidity 90%, 240 hrs
1,2
Sweep frequency : 10 ~ 55 ~ 10 Hz/1min
Amplitude : 0.75mm
Vibration Test (Packing)
2
Test direction : X.Y.Z/3 axis
Duration : 30min/each axis
Note 1 : Condensation of water is not permitted on the module.
Note 2 : The module should be inspected after 1 hour storage in normal
conditions
(15-35°C , 45-65%RH).
Definitions of life end point :
z
Current drain should be smaller than the specific value.
z
Function of the module should be maintained.
z
Appearance and display quality should not have degraded noticeably.
z
Contrast ratio should be greater than 50% of the initial value.
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10. USE PRECAUTIONS
10-1 Handling precautions
(1) The polarizing plate may break easily so be careful when handling it. Do not
touch, press or rub it with a hard-material tool like tweezers.
(2) Do not touch the polarizing plate surface with bare hands so as not to make it
dirty. If the surface or other related part of the polarizing plate is dirty, soak a soft
cotton cloth or chamois leather in benzine and wipe off with it. Do not use chemical
liquids such as acetone, toluene and isopropyl alcohol. Failure to do so may bring
chemical reaction phenomena and deteriorations.
(3) Remove any spit or water immediately. If it is left for hours, the suffered part may
deform or decolorize.
(1) If the LCD element breaks and any LC stuff leaks, do not suck or lick it. Also if
LC stuff is stuck on your skin or clothing, wash thoroughly with soap and water
immediately.
10-2 Installing precautions
(1) The PCB has many ICs that may be damaged easily by static electricity. To
prevent breaking by static electricity from the human body and clothing, earth the
human body properly using the high resistance and discharge static electricity
during the operation. In this case, however, the resistance value should be approx.
1MΩ and the resistance should be placed near the human body rather than the
ground surface. When the indoor space is dry, static electricity may occur easily so
be careful. We recommend the indoor space should be kept with humidity of 60% or
more. When a soldering iron or other similar tool is used for assembly, be sure to
earth it.
(2) When installing the module and ICs, do not bend or twist them. Failure to do so
may crack LC element and cause circuit failure.
(3) To protect LC element, especially polarizing plate, use a transparent protective
plate (e.g., acrylic plate, glass etc) for the product case.
(4) Do not use an adhesive like a both-side adhesive tape to make LCD surface
(polarizing plate) and product case stick together. Failure to do so may cause the
polarizing plate to peel off
10-3 Storage precautions
(1) Avoid a high temperature and humidity area. Keep the temperature between 0°C
and 35°C and also the humidity under 60%.
(2) Choose the dark spaces where the product is not exposed to direct sunlight or
fluorescent light.
(3) Store the products as they are put in the boxes provided from us or in the same
conditions as we recommend.
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10-4 Operating precautions
(1) Do not boost the applied drive voltage abnormally. Failure to do so may break
ICs. When applying power voltage, check the electrical features beforehand and be
careful. Always turn off the power to the LC module controller before removing or
inserting the LC module input connector. If the input connector is removed or
inserted while the power is turned on, the LC module internal circuit may break.
(2) The display response may be late if the operating temperature is under the
normal standard, and the display may be out of order if it is above the normal
standard. But this is not a failure; this will be restored if it is within the normal
standard.
(3) The LCD contrast varies depending on the visual angle, ambient temperature,
power voltage etc. Obtain the optimum contrast by adjusting the LC dive voltage.
(4) When carrying out the test, do not take the module out of the low-temperature
space suddenly. Failure to do so will cause the module condensing, leading to
malfunctions.
(5) Make certain that each signal noise level is within the standard (L level: 0.2Vdd
or less and H level: 0.8Vdd or more) even if the module has functioned properly. If it
is beyond the standard, the module may often malfunction. In addition, always
connect the module when making noise level measurements.
(6) The CMOS ICs are incorporated in the module and the pull-up and pull-down
function is not adopted for the input so avoid putting the input signal open while the
power is ON.
(7) The characteristic of the semiconductor element changes when it is exposed to
light emissions, therefore ICs on the LCD may malfunction if they receive light
emissions. To prevent these malfunctions, design and assemble ICs so that they are
shielded from light emissions.
(8) Crosstalk occurs because of characteristics of the LCD. In general, crosstalk
occurs when the regularized display is maintained. Also, crosstalk is affected by the
LC drive voltage. Design the contents of the display, considering crosstalk.
10-5 Other
(1) Do not disassemble or take the LC module into pieces. The LC modules once
disassembled or taken into pieces are not the guarantee articles.
(2) The residual image may exist if the same display pattern is shown for hours. This
residual image, however, disappears when another display pattern is shown or the
drive is interrupted and left for a while. But this is not a problem on reliability.
(3) AMIPRE will provide one year warrantee for all products and three months
warrantee for all repairing products..
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