TFT LCD Displays
Take your design to the next level with our range of TFT Displays including latest IPS TFT, circular and bar shape as well as large size TFT. With or without touch, these are fully customisable to your system requirements.View Products
Which TFT Display Solution is best for my design?
TN TFT Displays
TFT-LCD technology is now fairly mature. As a result, manufacturing processes are efficient and production yields are high, leading to very competitive unit prices. Upgrading from a monochrome display to a TFT is now an affordable way to give your product an uplift.
IPS TFT Displays
Users of industrial display devices are wanting the same experience they have come to expect from a consumer device with all-round viewing angles. Switching to a superior IPS TFT display has become very cost effective as production increases and unit prices decrease.
TFTs in all Shapes and Sizes
Choosing a circular display for your next product design could really set you apart from your competition. Models are available from 1" to 4.2" in TFT, PMOLED and AMOLED, we have something to suit every application.
Bar TFT Displays
It is now possible to transform from a monochrome display to a colour display in space constrained systems by using a letterbox shaped display. These ultra-wide displays are ideal for applications with restricted build height such as rack mount systems or landscape format front panels.
Large TFT display systems are increasingly being used for transportation information, retail signage and vending machines and kiosks. We can supply a large range of TFT solutions up to 65" diameter and in bar-style, square or rectangular configurations.
Latest Display Design Services
Kastus® Antimicrobial & Antiviral surface coating tested against Coronavirus
Anders have partnered with world leading brand Kastus® to offer a globally patented antimicrobial & antiviral surface coating which has a proven kill rate of up to 99.99% against harmful bacteria, fungi and antibiotic-resistant superbugs, which makes it particularly useful for products including glass and ceramics. This year, an independent testing report found Kastus to be effective against human Coronavirus on screens.
Latest Display Coverlens Solutions
We are now offering increasing cover lens customisation options and processes to make your TFT LCD user interface truly stand out! Anders’ experienced marketers and engineers work with our manufacturing partners around the world to keep informed of the latest innovations, including mirrored glass, tinted glass, spot-facing, three dimension glass, and many more!
Driving your Display
Choosing the right embedded system
Here at Anders we don't just strive to design a best in class display solution for your product, but we also want to make sure the display is driven with the right embedded system. We can help achieve a hardware solution that ensures your display works perfectly within your application. Hardware solutions include:
HMI Development Kits
Get started quickly on your new user interface with our HMI development kits. The display, the processor and the OS work together out of the box with optimised QT GUI images. We'll then optimise the kit to meet exactly your system requirements with our design services.
Our range of HDMI TFT displays is available in size from 5'' to 23'' and offers a a quicker solution to take and test your product idea in the market.
HDMI displays cut down the time it takes from concept to
commerce, one of the main drivers in the electronic industry.
Making an impact
At Anders we understand that no two customers are the same, which is why we specialise in custom display solutions and offer unique products tailored to your end application.
- Custom Cover Glass
- Optical Bonding
- Films and filters
- Backlight enhancements
- Bespoke Embedded Drivers
- Software Optimisation
- Mechanical Integration
Our TFT display range
See below our range of TFT Displays with sizes ranging from 0.96" to 64.5" and including circular and bar type shape. All our displays can be tailored to suit your application with our Design Services, from optical performance enhancements and antimicrobial coating technology, right through to mechanical integration.
Get in touch with our team for information about samples and pricing.
Let's get started on your project
We aim to offer reliable and long-term solutions to our B2B customers. If you are a business and would like to discuss your display and/or embedded system requirements please contact us below
Display Solutions Glossary & FAQs
IPS – In Plane Switching
In-Plane Switching (IPS) is a display technology that overcomes the viewing limitations of conventional TFT-LCDs. It is also known as Super TFT.[ Read More... ]
STN – Super Twisted Nematic
A type of passive matrix monochrome liquid crystal display, providing better viewing angles and performance than a TN display[ Read More... ]
TFT – Thin Film Transistor
A TFT display is a form of Liquid Crystal Display with thin film transistors for controlling the image formation. The TFT technology works by controlling brightness in red, green and blue sub-pixels through transistors for each pixel on the screen.[ Read More... ]
VA - Vertical Alignment
A type of LCD in which the liquid crystals naturally align vertically to the glass substrates.[ Read More... ]
IPS vs MVA: which is the best performing display?
There are many display technologies, but do you know which one would be better for your application? Particularly when considering optimum viewing angle and contrast. We discuss 2 of the best options.[ Read More... ]
IPS vs TFT: which technology is best for my industrial product design?
Compare IPS vs TFT displays - the TFT display is the display of choice for industrial designs, but it can have its limitations. A newer technology called IPS (in plane switching) offers better viewing angles and colours, but is it really the best choice - we discuss benefits and negatives of both types of TFT display.[ Read More... ]
PCAP – Projected Capacitive Touch panel
A layer of glass with a matrix of conuctive elements behind that when pressed with another conductive input (ie human finger) registers a touchpoint..[ Read More... ]
A resistive touchscreen works on a number of layers and when the layers are pressed together, a touchpoint is registered.[ Read More... ]