Philips' PCF8881 display driver is setting new industry benchmarks with its low power and high integration feature set. The PCF8881 monitors its own temperature and adjusts power usage accordingly. Additionally, an on-chip DC/DC converter drives down external part count by 15 percent to a low of 15 to 24 parts. The PCF8881 enables these power and part savings while generating high quality images through a process of column inversion rather than common electrode modulation. As a result, consumers can enjoy high-resolution images without line flick and cross talk.
Samples of Philips' PCF8881 are immediately available in quantities of 50,000 units. Production will begin in January 2004. For more information on the PCF8881, visit www.semiconductors.philips.com/comms/displays.
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