News | August 20, 2007

Apollo Now Offers Enhanced Kitting Solutions for TFT LCDs

August 21, 2007 - LCD specialist and display system integrator Apollo Display Technologies is offering a new range of kitted TFT LCD solutions that include Apollo LCDs and industrial single board computers (SBCs) from IBASE Technology USA, a specialist in board-level industrial embedded computing solutions.

Apollo develops complete TFT LCD systems, consisting of a display, adapted industrial single board computer (SBC) and all accessories, completely tested and ready for use. These systems or “kits” consist of combined and coordinated components, as many as 10 depending on the application.

Apollo’s kits for TFT LCDs range in size from 6.5 inches to 82 inches in diagonal, and are used in a wide variety of industrial applications as well as medical, marine and digital signage. The kits typically include an Apollo LCD, the appropriate IBASE industrial SBC, matched BIOS, a backlight inverter and data interface cables with multiple O/S choices.

The IBASE component of the new Apollo TFT LCD kits may be a CPU card (full-size, half-size or industrial backplane), industrial motherboard (Mini-ITX, ATX, Micro ATX or Networking), disk-size SBC (5.25-inch, 3.5-inch or ECX), ETX (COM Express module, ETX CPU module or ETX baseboard), compact PCI board, or PC/104 Plus module.

For more information: www.apollodisplays.com

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