Many of the new LCDs will be on show at Display Week 2012. Additionally, the company will introduce its new 60”|70”|80” Class e-Signage Module Family, show its new SSLR (Sharp Super Low Reflection) film technology, and debut one of its first mass production displays using IGZO technology. Display Week takes place June 5 - 8 in Boston, MA.
Earlier this year, Sharp completed its migration from CCFL-based products to an all-LED backlight line-up. A consistent footprint in each Class size simplifies replacement, and built-in LED drivers for many models eliminate design issues.
A dedicated team of regionally-based technical support, sales, and marketing experts are available to work closely with customers as they make the switch to LED-backlit LCDs. New Sharp IA panels are backed by long product life cycles and supported with extensive documentation, including Specifications, Incoming Inspection Reports, Reliability Data, and a UL Parts List.