30 Jan 2018

Anglia strengthens display range with Mitsubishi

Anglia Components has announced that it is has signed an agreement to distribute and support the Mitsubishi Electric range of displays in the UK and Ireland. The agreement greatly strengthens Anglia’s display portfolio, and extends its 10-year partnership with Mitsubishi covering RF devices.

Steve Rawlins, CEO, Anglia, said, “We are delighted to have added a world class range of industrial displays to our strong display portfolio. Mitsubishi is highly regarded around the world for the quality, reliability and performance of its display products, and we are confident that Anglia customers will welcome this addition to our range. Potential applications include designs for factory automation equipment, test instruments, medical systems, transportation systems, marine electronics, avionics, point of sale terminals and kiosks.”

Dr Ashley Rhodes, UK Sales Manager, Mitsubishi commented, “Anglia has an outstanding and proven track record in designing in display solutions, especially into the industrial market which is core for Mitsubishi. They are ideally placed to achieve long-term growth with our displays in this market. Our relationship with Anglia is strong and successful and it is good to be able to expand on this.”

The new agreement covers the full range of Mitsubishi display products for industrial and other applications. Mitsubishi’s display range includes TFT-LCD modules with standard operating temperature range of -30 to +80 degrees and -40 to +85 degrees for models utilising Mitsubishi’s Toughness Technology. The displays have long life LED backlighting with optional integrated resistive and projected capacitive (PCAP) touch screens. Other features include high brightness (>500cd/m²) or super high brightness (>1000cd/ m²) line-ups for use in all light conditions including outdoor sunlight readability, and a 170-degree super wide viewing (SWV) angle architecture. Mitsubishi offers display modules in standard and wide aspect ratio formats in all the standard resolutions with sizes from 3.5 inch up to 19.2 inch.

Anglia Components will offer the most popular models from the Mitsubishi display range on its Anglia Live platform.

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