This small monochrome ePaper has a 122×250 resolution in a 2.13” diagonal display with 130 pixels per inch. At A Glance, This Module: Is black and white monochrome — easy to read. Is bi-stable. (Will continue to display with no power source) Can do a full or partial refresh. Versatile. Use in portrait or landscape format. … Read more New Product Alert: 122×250 ePaper Display Module
This black and white 200×200 e-paper display module is a perfect size for small, low power electronic shelf labels. Once the epaper’s eink image is shown, it remains visible with zero additional power! These e-Paper displays will retain the last image shown on their screen indefinitely, with no electrical connections and zero power consumption. Additional Benefits … Read more A Closer Look: Crystalfontz ePaper 200×200 1.54″ Zero-Power Display
Did you know that ePaper modules emulate ink used for paper? Check out the meaning of the glossary term electrophoresis and how it relates to ePaper module displays. Need ePaper for Your Project? For assistance in determining what ePaper module is the best one for your application, please contact our knowledgeable and friendly support staff by email, phone, or … Read more A Quick ePaper Primer
Question: What’s so special about e-Paper? Answer: The key to e-paper is low power. e-Paper Displays Are A Low Power Solution If your project needs a very low-power display solution, a zero-power ePaper display is the answer. First designed to mimic the appearance of black ink on white paper, these electrophoretic display modules are sometimes referred … Read more e-Paper is Here!
Crystalfontz is pleased to announce a new line of 128 x 32 OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diode) displays as part of our product catalog. These displays are compact in size and feature a high resolution 128×32 graphic display. Quick Start Guide – What You Need to Know 1) These displays are small and thin. You can … Read more New Product: 128 x 32 OLED Displays
Crystalfontz America announces three new supporting products for the128x64 pixel COG (Chip-On-Glass) graphic LCD display module series of displays based on the CFA10072 carrier board. 128×64 Graphic LCD Breakout Kit Using SPI or 8-bit parallel interface, simply connect the standard 20-pin header (0.100″ pitch) to your system’s PCB, using WR-JMP-Y40 jumper wires. No soldering required. … Read more New Product: Arduino and LCD Module Bundles