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Solomon Systech launches wearable displays with PMOLED driver ICs

  • Author:Abby
  • Release on:2015-07-08

Solomon Systech has announced the expansion of its passive matrix OLED (PMOLED) driver family with a new product, SSD1317, which targets the rapidly growing wearables market.

The SSD1317 chips support high-brightness PMOLED mono color display with resolution up to 128x96, said the company, adding that the solutions also enhances display quality with an increased DPI. Moreover, this compact-sized SSD1317 supports 600uA segment maximum source current and 80mA common maximum sink current. PMOLED panels driven by SSD1317 can achieve 1000 cd/m2 brightness, resulting in enhanced sunlight readability, the company indicated.

Furthermore, SSD1317 has proprietary low power display features to further reduce power consumption at standby display mode, ideal for wearable devices with an "Always-On" display, the company said.

SSD1317 targets wearable devices developers to best capitalize on surging market needs, said Raymond Wang, VP of business operations at Solomon Systech.

The wearables market has been expanding exponentially in recent years, with increasing demand for wearables of larger display size, and higher resolution, DPI and brightness. In addition, wearables design houses and brand owners are putting more emphasis on product aesthetics, leaving shrinking space for the increasing amount of electronic components, which leads to the trend of component miniaturization.