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  1. Display screen is everywhere nowadays. Do you still remember the TVs or computer monitors 20 years ago? They were quadrate, huge and heavy. Now let’s look at the flat, thin and light screen in front of you, have you ever wondered why is there such a big difference? Actually, the monitors 20 year ago were CRT (Cathode Ray Tube) displays, which more >
  2. When FPC flexible circuit board is bent, the stress types on both sides of the core line are different. The inside of the curved surface is pressure, and the outside is tensile. The magnitude of stress is related to the thickness and bending radius of FPC flexible circuit board. Excessive stress will make FPC flexible circuit board lamination more >
  3. (All data in this article is from Mordon Intelligence.) Market Overview The OLED panel market has been valued at USD 22.83 billion in 2019 and is forecast to reach USD 46.55 billion by 2025, growing at a CAGR of 12.9% during the forecast period (2020-2025). OLED panels continue to be a significant display technology trend adopted across the world more >
  4. The basic knowledge of OLED and LCD Here, we will not specifically introduce the technical principle of LCD and OLED. You just need to remember that LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) is achieved by the emitting light of Liquid Crystal, while the OLED (Organic Light - Emitting Diode) can emit light once it is electrified. So the main difference is that more >
  5. Let’s face it, full-colour TFT displays are cool and adding one to your project is going to instantly endow your project with coolness. The problem for the hobbyist is that they come with flexible flat connectors known as FPC or FFC connectors. These are designed to be soldered to a PCB using a ‘hot-bar’ device that is pressed across all the more >
  6. If you've had a lot of Arduino DUEs go through your hands (or if you are just unlucky), chances are you've come across at least one that does not start-up properly.The symptom is simple: you power up the Arduino but it doesn't appear to"boot". Your code simply doesn't start running.You might have noticed that resetting the board (by pressing the more >

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