New! Ultra High Definition TFTs (4k)

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Diagonal Size Resolution Part Number Interface Viewing Angle Contrast Ratio Brightness Operating Temp. Touch Panel Datasheet
50" 3840*2160 USMP-T500-384216NBQ-A0 8 lane V by 1 88 / 88 / 88 / 88 4000 500 0º~50º No link to datasheet

New! Ultra High Definition TFTs (4k)


Cost Effective 4K Displays for OEMs

US Micro Products is proud to announce the first release of 4K panels for mainstream production. Our 4K modules, also known as UHD, Ultra High Definition or Ultra HD are manufactured by Innolux. These panels are extra clear, hyper-realistic, and make an impression like no other display on the market. They are impressive additions to applications in the entertainment, medical, industrial, surveillance and design markets, where image clarity often impacts functionality as much as aesthetic.

Due to a lack of suitably high definition consumer content, manufacturers have previously produced low volume and high price 4K panel batches. But because our OEM and PID customers require high quantities and produce their own high resolution images and graphics, US Micro Products can provide them with superior quality 4K modules at a great value.

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About 4K Displays

What is 4K?

4K Technology (also known in parts of Asia as 4K2K) is the latest development in extra sharp displays, usually TFT LCDs. Its name is derived from the resolution: roughly 4,000 by 2,000 pixels. To put that into perspective, 4K crams the equivalent of four 1080p high resolution panels, or about a quarter of the pixel density of an IMAX movie, into one display.

What are the advantages of 4K?

By combining this ultra HD image with a standard 16:9 ratio, manufacturers are able to achieve a picture that looks clear, crisp and sharp, especially up close. 4K also offers improved color fidelity and the option to produce a higher rate of frames per second for extremely realistic image reproduction.

The advantages of 4K are especially evident in healthcare, CAD rendering, art, editing, surveillance, graphic design, architecture and consumer products. In addition to greatly improving the visual appeal of an application, 4K allows users to work with greater accuracy and attention to detail.

What is the timeline on 4K and when will 4K be available?

Development of 4K panels started in Japan in the early 2000s. At the time, limitations in technology only allowed for the production of very large panels (over 80”), resulting in a lower overall pixel density and limited application for the product. In recent years, several manufacturers have begun developing 4K panels in high demand sizes; however, they are not yet widely sold.

Today, there is increasing availability of 4K TFT LCD panels for integration into OEM applications. Release of consumer products currently lags behind due to an insufficient amount of high resolution content. This is expected to change quickly, as demand for ultra high definition products and entertainment continues to rise in the consumer market. In fact, some technology producers predict that 4K will supersede 3D as the preferred home theater experience in the near future.