LCD Heaters

 

LCD heaters are constructed of a layer of electrically conductive transparent film with screen printed parallel busbars positioned along the edges. Lead wires are then attached to the busbars to provide means of electrical connection. These heaters can be provided with optical grade adhesive, laminated on the back, for easy mounting in front or behind an LCD display.Applying power to the busbars, through the lead wires, creates a uniform heated surface. Maximum wattage of up to 1.0 W/in2 is recommended. (Wattage is a function of input voltage, surface resistivity and heater geometry)

The typical operating temperature for TN LCDs is -30 to 80C. For STN LCDs the operating temperature is -20 to 80C. With the help of an LCD heater, the LCD operating temperature can be extended to -55 to 90C. The addition of an LCD heater will greatly improve the LCDs performance at lowrt temperatures.

Typical Applications: Avonics displays, Ruggedized electronic devices, Portable military radios, Handheld terminals, Outdoor card readers, Defogging windows in environmental chambers, Gas pump, parking meters, Heating microscope stages.

In order to better serve you and provide a quotation in a timely manner, please provide as much information as you can from the list below:

Custom LCD Heaters
1. 0 ITO Glass Heater (Low Cost)
  • Dimension:
  • Thickness:0.7mm
  • Connection: 0 Pin 0 wire
  • Power consumption: 1-2 W per square inch
  • Driving voltage: 12 to 28V
  • Desired heating speed:
  • Lowest Operating Temperature:

2. 0 ITO Film Heater (In development)

3. 0 Wire Film Heater (In development)

4. Application:

We encourage you to provide us with as much information as possible. It will help our engineers and design team to have a better understanding of your needs and requirements, and ensure quality and efficient customer service. If you are unsure about any of the above information, please feel free to contact us.

Dwg or dxf files for drawings are most welcome, it can make the whole procedure shorter although we accept any other types of files.

If you are not sure about any of the above information or have any difficulties designing a heater, please don't hesitate to contact us. We are more than happy to help you from conceptualization to production.