The majority of companies are now producing high-quality color LCDs for modern applications.
While the most common aspect ratio for LCD panels on the market is 4:3 or 16:9, there still are moments when a wider aspect ratio is required. That's where a bar-type display panel comes into play.
Bar-type LCDs also referred to as stretched TFT LCDs are commonly found in strip TFT LCD screens with custom-fit sizes.
The LCD panel's standard aspect ratio is 4:3 or 16:9.
However, for some applications, a display panel with a bar shape would be far superior to the current mainstream 4:3 or 16:9 format for displaying the required information.
It is particularly well suited to drone controls, server systems, industrial equipment, audio systems and advertising displays, and security equipment.
In that case, getting your bar type LCD display from a professional manufacturer will guarantee you the best and long-lasting product.
A bar display panel can be made in two ways. They are built as a larger part of their native design.
However, this is not always feasible because they must be manufactured in large quantities, and these display layouts are distinctive and do not always generate similar demand as their conventional counterparts.
Second, the LCD panel can be cut from a larger or wider glass panel.
To accomplish this, cut along a horizontal edge of a relatively large 16:9 panel to create something small with a wider aspect ratio.
After that, you'd reseal it to have a wide aspect ratio as well as a bar-type display.
The bar-type LCD modules can be integrated into a wide range of projects and applications.
It ranges in diagonal sizes, and they can be treated in the same way as the normal color TFTs.
The glass size cannot be changed, however, we can provide the same semi-customization as we do for our standard color TFT options.
Semi-customization includes accommodating alternate interconnect interface requirements, mechanical requirements, and/or electrical interface requirements, as well as modifying backlights and surface treatments.
We frequently convert these into highly visible in direct sunlight displays.
Normal or custom resistive and projected capacitive touch panels can also be used for any application that requires touch screens.
Most of us are acquainted with the 4:3 or 16:9 aspect ratios noted above, as these are common on televisions and monitors.
However, for certain application areas, an even more relatively broad display program enables the data to be enhanced within the confines of the end product.
This results in improved functionality over traditional display products.
To meet this market demand, the Bar type displays, also known as "stretched " or "ultra-wide," were introduced.
A bar-type display panel has many applications, but we see a lot of them in the following sectors: industrial, automotive, public transit, gaming, home appliance, advertising, and more.
If you're interested to know about bar-type LCD displays and whether they'd be useful to you, we'd be happy to advise you on the finest type of display to suit your requirements. Feel free to call or browse our bar-type products.