Automotive display driver integrated circuit

  • 02-Dec-2016 07:21 EST
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Designed for the automotive market, Synaptics Inc. (San Jose, CA) offers a new R6A354 display driver integrated circuit (DDIC) solution. According to company claims, the ClearView R6A354 is the industry’s first automotive DDIC to leverage image enhancing technologies, including color enhancement, local area auto-contrast optimization, sunlight readability enhancement, 6-axis hue control and independent white-point adjustment, thus enabling OEMs and their Tier 1 suppliers to customize screens for product differentiation. The device supports a broad range of resolutions from HD to Full HD and accommodates screens up to 15-in or larger in a cascaded DDIC implementation. R6A354 also supports free-form and curved displays. For more information, visit www.synaptics.com.

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