Qunji is a custom LCD monitor manufacturer serving OEMs in a variety of markets. One of the things that sets us apart from other LCD screen manufacturers is the diversity of products and customisations we offer. Our LCD portfolio ranges from low-cost monochrome LCDs to high-resolution, high-brightness colour TFT LCDs, and almost everything in between. We also have extensive experience in integrating LCD displays into complete assemblies with touchscreens and covers.
Design your custom LCD
Qunji offers custom LCD modules for customers ranging from automotive, medical and test equipment to industrial applications. Whether your design requires a small LCD or a fully customised LCD module, our experienced technical customer support can help you design your bespoke display.
The process starts with you providing the size and breakdown of the content/artwork. Our team will work with you and advise you on the most practical design for your project. This includes the need for power budget or low current consumption LCDs. Design considerations for custom LCDs include interface type, backlighting options, power consumption, space constraints, touch panel options, half-life and more!
Custom LCD modules are standard business practice for us. From very simple modifications to existing displays to complete new product designs, we welcome your requests.
Custom LCD solutions for a wide range of applications
As a leading LCD panel manufacturer, Qunji manufactures custom LCD display solutions for a variety of end-user applications: medical devices, industrial equipment, home appliances, consumer electronics and more. Our state-of-the-art LCD factories are equipped to manufacture custom LCDs for optimal performance in even the most challenging environments. Whether your product is for outdoor use or a hospital operating room, we can build the right custom LCD solution for your needs.
What is a liquid crystal display?
As the name suggests, a liquid crystal is a material consisting of solid dense particles that are chemically present in a liquid form. It can be polarised in response to the electrical energy applied to it. The material was discovered by chance in 1888 and its use in image transmission technology began in 1962 when the first tests were carried out at the RCA laboratory. However, the tests carried out over the years failed to achieve the desired results at room temperature until 1966, and finally in 1972, when the first active matrix LCD Display was produced in the USA.
How it works
LCD displays work according to the principles of passive display technology. As a result, they cannot emit light on their own, so they can render images in natural light in the environment or with the help of a backlight placed on their backs. They are preferred in applications where energy resources are limited (measuring instruments, clocks, meters, thermostats, etc.).
Although liquid crystal materials are in liquid form, they are crystalline materials in solid form. These particles of material, whose ends resemble oval cylindrical tubes, are usually arranged in spirals parallel to each other on top of each other. Molecules that are stationary under normal conditions can be controlled by voltage. Today, the TN (Twisted Nematic) mode is the most widely used type of this display technology.
LCD displays consist mainly of a liquid crystal material placed between two transparent glass plates. The inner surface of the glasses has channels coated with conductive polymers to apply voltage. Depending on the electrical energy applied to the liquid crystals in these channels, they are arranged in a polarised linear sequence, or they are arranged from one spiral surface to another. This helical structure bends the light so that it can be transmitted between polarising filters that are perpendicular to each other. When electrical energy is applied to them, they block out the light and create an image on the LCD by aligning them linearly behind each other (the deep black parts).
So that you can finest fulfill client's demands, all of our operations are strictly performed in line with our motto "High Excellent, Competitive Price, Fast Service" for Custom LCD Display,Looking to the future, a long way to go, constantly striving to become the all staff with full enthusiasm, one hundred times the confidence and put our company built a beautiful environment, advanced products, quality first-class modern enterprise and work hard! The product will supply to all over the world, such as Greenland ,Kuwait ,Iran ,Indonesia ,Hong Kong .We welcome new and old customers from all walks of life to contact us for future business relationships and achieving mutual success.We can offer the most competitive price with high quality-because we are much MORE PROFESSIONAL.With the first-class solutions, excellent service, fast delivery and the best price, we've won highly praise foreign customers'.If you are interested in our products, please do not hesitate to contact us for further information.As an experienced manufacturer we also accept customized order and we could make it the same as your picture or sample specification.
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