BN-01P-PHNS-430, 4.3 inch TFT with RTP, IPS technology, brightness: 550 nits, backlight life-time: 50K hours

BN-01P-PHNS-430, 4.3 inch TFT with RTP, IPS technology, brightness: 550 nits, backlight life-time: 50K hours

Model Name BN-01P-PHNS-430
Screen Size 4.3″
Display Mode Normally Black/Transmissive
Resolution 480X3(RGB)X272
Module Size 105.5 x 67.2 x 2.92
Active Area(mm) 95.04 x 53.86
Dot Pitch(mm) 0.198(W) X 0.198(H)
Surface Treatment Anti-Glare
Viewing direction(GSI) 6 O’Clock
Interface 40pin connector/24bit RGB
Controller SC7283
Touch panel RTP

BN-04C-MIWI-500 5 inch TFT with CTP

Model Name BN-04C-MIWI-500
Screen Size 5″
Display Mode Normally White/Transmissive
Resolution 800X3(RGB)X480
Module Size 120.7 x 75.8 x TBD
Active Area(mm) 108 x 64.8
Dot Pitch(mm) 0.135(W) x 0.135(H)
Surface Treatment Anti-Glare
Viewing direction(GSI) 6 O’Clock
Interface 40pin connector,24bit RGB; IIC
Controller TFT: ILI5960+ILI6122;CTP:FT5216
Touch panel CTP

11.6 inches FHD (1920*RGB*1080) TFT display-FS-BN-02-MMJN-1160

New product  11.6 inches FHD (1920*RGB*1080)  TFT display to you.
The main feature for this display is high resolution,:
full viewing angle(FFS panel),  eDP interface, with LED driver . 

3.5 inch QVGA TFT module: BN-23-MCQH-350

Our high brightness 3.5 inch QVGA TFT module: BN-23-MCQH-350

Brightness on the module surface can reach to 700cd/m2. it can be used for the outdoor application.

Meanwhile, we have standard RTP or CTPM to match this high brightness module.

New product 10.4 inches SVGA (800*RGB*600) TFT display-BN-01-MCAH-1040

The Main Feature for :
INNOLUX Original FOG with high brightness back light.
The brightness on the module surface can achieve to 650cd/m2(Typ.),   Anti-glare surface treatment.
It can be use under semi-outdoor or outdoor application.
And we have standard RTP to match it.
It can be customized to replace of Sharp or AUO 10.4 product.
10 Inch TFT LCD Display

FS-BN-01-MZXE-1010 IPS panel

Here today I would like to introduce a new product


The main feature for this display is:
 IPS panel
 Viewing angle reach to 85/85/85/85
 No gray scale inversion
 888bits RGB interface which pin assignment same as TN94(INNOLUX 7.0 standard item).  
And we have standard RTP and CTPM to match it.

Custom Design LCD for water machine .

Communications, marine, industrial, instrumentation, medical equipment, consumer, office equipment, white goods, consumer electronics, telecommunication devices, household appliances, office automation, IT products, and industrial meter display, such as digital multi meter, electronic dictionary, remote control, mobile phone, calculator, fax machine, CD, DVD players, and MP3 players.

Global smiconductor market slumps in 2015, IHS says

Global semiconductor revenues fell by 2% in 2015, according to IHS. Sequential quarterly growth was weak throughout every quarter of 2015, especially in the first quarter when the market declined 8.9% over the previous quarter – the deepest sequential quarterly decline since the semiconductor market collapsed in the fourth quarter of 2008 and first-quarter 2009.
Global revenues in 2015 totaled US$347.3 billion, down from US$354.3 billion in 2014, said IHS. The market drop follows solid growth of 8.3% in 2014 and 6.4% in 2013.
“Weak results last year signal the beginning of what is expected to be a three-year period of declining to stagnant growth for semiconductor revenues,” said Dale Ford, VP and chief analyst at IHS Technology. “Anemic end-market demand in the major segments of wireless communications, data processing and consumer electronics will hobble semiconductor growth during this time.”
Overall semiconductor revenue growth will limp along at roughly 2.1% growth compound annual growth rate (CAGR) between 2015 and 2020, IHS indicated. Current technology, economic, market and product trends suggest that sometime between 2020 and 2022 new products will come to market that will enable a significant level of growth in semiconductor revenues.
“Of course the big story for the semiconductor industry was the record level of merger-and-acquisition activity last year,” Ford said. “Top players pursued bold, strategic maneuvers to enhance their market position and improve overall revenue growth and profitability.”
Intel retained its number one ranking in 2015, after completing its acquisition of Altera, which allowed the company to offset declining processor revenues and achieve 2.9% overall growth in 2015. Qualcomm slipped to number four in the rankings as its revenues fell by 14.5%, because the company’s 2015 acquisition of CSR was not enough to counter declining revenues in the wireless markets. The final major deal among the top 10 in 2015 was NXP’s acquisition of Freescale, which boosted it from number 15 in the 2014 rankings to number seven in 2015.
Among the top 20, Infineon’s acquisition of International Rectifier enabled it to jump to number 12 in 2015. Announced deals that are expected to close in the first half of 2016 will continue to reshape the leader board, IHS noted. Avago Technologies continues its aggressive acquisition activity with its purchase of Broadcom. Broadcom is already ranked at number nine in 2015. The combined revenues of the two companies would place them at number five overall. ON Semiconductor’s acquisition of Fairchild Semiconductor should boost it up two notches in the rankings.
Among the top 25 semiconductor suppliers, 14 companies achieved growth in 2015f, IHS said. This stands in sharp contrast to the overall semiconductor market where less than 42% of 285 companies tracked by IHS were able to achieve positive revenue results in 2015.
Whereas 2014 was a year of broad-based strength and growth, the market downturn last year left few markets unscathed, IHS said. Semiconductor revenues for data processing, wired communications and consumer electronics all declined. Automotive electronics and industrial electronics grew less than 1%, while wireless communications — the strongest growth area — only grew 3 percent. Semiconductor revenues in all regions of the world declined, and all seven of the major semiconductor segments (i.e., memory ICs, microcomponents, logic ICs, analog ICs, discrete components, optical components and sensors) experienced revenue declines from 2014 to 2015. In fact, out of 128 semiconductor segments and sub-segments tracked by IHS, 89 declined. Combined, these 89 segments accounted for over 77% of semiconductor revenues in 2015.
In 2014, five of the six semiconductor end-market segments grew; only consumer electronics declined, IHS said. All regions, except Japan, achieved revenue growth and 88 out of 128 semiconductor segments and sub segments accounted for over 83% of semiconductor market revenue growth. In 2014, 195 of 307 companies tracked achieved positive growth. These companies accounted for 83% of total semiconductor market revenues. The number of companies achieving growth in 2015 fell to 119 out of 285 companies tracked. These 119 companies only accounted for 64% of total semiconductor market revenues.
Only 10 semiconductor market sub-segments worth more than US$1 billion in annual revenue grew more than 5% year over year in 2015, IHS said. Wireless communications logic application-specific integrated circuits (ASICs) and analog ASICs both grew 30%, while radio-frequency (RF) small signal transistors, wired communications logic ASICs and wireless communications application-specific standard products (ASSPs) grew between 10-20%.

Worldwide semiconductor revenues fall 2.3% in 2015, says Gartner

Worldwide semiconductor revenues totaled US$334.8 billion in 2015, a 2.3% decrease from 2014, according to final results by Gartner.
The combined revenues of the top-25 semiconductor vendors fell by 0.5% during 2015. This was a better performance than the rest of the market, however, which saw a 6.9% revenue decline, Gartner indicated. The top 25 vendors accounted for 73.5% of the market, down slightly from 74% in 2014.
“The worldwide semiconductor market declined in 2015 as slowing demand for key applications combined with strong currency fluctuations to subdue the market,” said Andrew Norwood, research VP at Gartner. “2015 saw a mixed performance by the different device categories, unlike 2014 when all categories posted positive growth. Nonoptical sensors performed best due to increased usage of fingerprint sensors in smartphones, while discretes saw the strongest decline due to a mix of weak demand and currency issues.”
Intel retained the No. 1 market share position for the 24th consecutive year, capturing 15.4% of the worldwide market, despite experiencing a 1.2% revenue decline in 2015. Infineon Technologies experienced the strongest growth among the top vendors, moving from No. 12 to the No. 9 position in 2015.
2015 saw record merger and acquisition (M&A) activity between major semiconductor vendors, including several acquisitions and disposals that had a material effect on semiconductor sales, Gartner noted. Among the most significant deals was Intel’s acquisition of Lantiq. Driven by Lantiq’s broadband gateway and digital home capabilities, this acquisition helped Intel nearly double its wired ASSP business.
“2015 semiconductor revenue results are skewed by the large amount of M&A activity during the year,” said Norwood. “If we adjust for this M&A activity by adding in revenue for 2015 and 2014 where necessary, then the performance is somewhat different: The top 25 vendors would have experienced a 1.7% revenue decline, and the rest of the market would have declined 3.9%.”

320X240 LCD module BN320240A

Key Specifications/Special Features

.320X240 dots COB LCD module

.Overall dimension: 160.0×109.0x13.0 (max.)

.Viewing area: 122.0×92.0 mm

.Transflective polarizer type(optional for   reflective/tranmissive)

.Bottom LED backlight(optional for side LED/EL backlight)

.White backlight color(optional for green/blue/red/amber colors)

.LCD STN yellow(optional for LCD TN/HTN/STN gray/STN/FSTN)

.Viewing angle:6:00 o’clock(optional for 12 o’clock)

.Standard temperature range(optional for wide temperature)

.English-Japanese fonts(optional for Russian/European/Cyrillic/Hebrew fonts)