ePaper displays introduce a brand-new experience for users thanks to their excellent performance outdoors and broad viewing angles. Businesses can take advantage of the low power consumption of ePaper displays.
Melrose always promises customers a futuristic approach by jumping ahead of ePaper technology for delivering a digital experience. Benefit from full customization and personalization to develop ePaper for the most demanding applications.
Certified ePaper display manufacturer
Melrose is a prominent display producer in the United States, with decades of industry expertise. The company provides billions of machines and equipment with a touch of customization by following a unique engineering approach established over the years.When it comes to developing and implementing user interface goals, customers rely on our experience and certification. We possess numerous certifications, ranging from AS9100D to ISO 9001:2015, providing exceptional value and assisting our customers in achieving compliance.
Customization and personalization
We create ePaper configurations to guarantee that the finished product matches your exact needs. Our specialists make sure that every customer receives a tailored experience and a bespoke solution that matches their needs.
Starting with a high-quality prototype is the key to producing ePaper displays. You will get a prototype that matches the product specs at the start of our partnership. We also ensure that our engineers adhere to all safety and quality requirements.
About ePaper displays
Electronic Paper Display (also called EPD or ePaper displays) is a display that doesn’t require power to operate. Just like actual paper, ePaper doesn’t need a backlight to display content, and the picture displayed mimics ink on paper.
The key advantages of ePaper displays are low energy needs, outstanding readability in the sunshine, and infinite viewing angles. These benefits make them an ideal choice for many industrial and consumer applications, such as e-prices, weather stations, smart homes, modern schedules, interactive signs, badges, and smartwatches.
Instead of applying changes manually, users may utilize a centralized Content Management System to make changes and have them appear in e-paper displays right away. It’s worth noting that EPD uses relatively little energy during such a content update.
Advantages of ePaper displays
Ultra-Low Power Consumption
Paper-like readability; e-ink technology
Excellent visibility even in direct sunlight
High reflectivity, high contrast, and resolution
Viewing angle of ~180°
Highly flexible technology
Prolonged battery life
Reduced eye strain
How do ePaper displays work?
Let’s start by explaining how e-ink works. Small capsules filled with a transparent fluid containing microscopic particles are at its heart. Millions of these capsules are distributed on a thin sheet in an electronic paper display. The colors and electric charges of the particles inside the capsules might vary.
The electrodes are then placed above and below the capsule film. The particles with the associated charge migrate to the top or bottom of the capsule when a positive or negative electric field is supplied to an individual electrode. This is how pictures may be shown on the surface of an ePaper display.
Applications of ePaper displays
ePaper displays are the best option for industrial and consumer applications such as e-prices, weather stations, smart homes, modern timetables, interactive signs,
badges, and smartwatches.
One of the most appealing features of ePaper technologies is that they are well-suited to outdoor applications such as public transit timetables. The local authorities do not have to manually modify the information at each stop if the timetable changes.
Displays in smart cities
Another intriguing use of ePaper is information displays, which may be scattered throughout cities to show important information ranging from the weather forecast to entrance restrictions for certain buildings or organizations.
Digital price tags and boards
One of the most efficient uses of ePaper technologies is digital price tags and price boards. Also called e-prices, such price tags can be adjusted in real time based on the changing customer demand inside a retail facility.
Let’s take a look at the three ePaper modules we recommend for your applications.
Transportation (timetables) Kiosks (information points) Indoor smart systems
16 gray level
Retail (advertising media) Totems (information points)
Retail (advertising media), Transportation (timetables, maps) Digital signage (information points, restaurants menus, posters)
16 gray level
NOTE: Custom sizes and features can be integrated based on requirements.
ePaper displays - key specifications
- 1.1, 1.27, 1.3,1.43, 1.49, 1.54, 2.13, 2.72, 2.9, 3.5, 4.05, 4.2, 4.3, 4.7, 5.17, 5.65, 6, 6.8, 7.8, 9.7, 10.3, 11.3, 13.3, 31.2, 42.0
- 122X250, 128X296, 152X152, 160X160, 240X240, 256X128, 256X256, 296X128 (300X200,480X720, 600X360, 600X448, 800X480, 960X540, 1024X758, 1072X1448, 1200X825, 1280X720,1404X1872, 1440X1080, 600X1200, 2160X2880, 2200X1650, 2400X1034, 2560X1440
- 16 Gray Level, 2 Gray Level, 4 Gray Level, 4096 colors, black-yellow-white, CMYK, black-white, black-red-white
- 47, 85, 94, 112, 118, 120, 123, 128
- Module type
- Chip on glass, __
- USB, SPI, Parallel (8 bit)
- E-ink, Melrose Systems, __
- Power Supply
- 3v, 5v, __
- Open frame module, with front light, work in low temperatures
- E-ink, Melrose Systems
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