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“Compound Photonics (CP) (www.cpdisplay.com) is the leader in Liquid Crystal microdisplay technology for AR/MR and HUD applications. CP’s next-generation display platform features the world’s smallest pixels for mobile devices. These displays are configurable to operate in either a polarization or a new phase/holographic mode.  With our advanced display design, we are driving the forefront of the AR/MR revolution, helping developers create products that combine real and virtual worlds,” said Ariosto Matranga, Senior Liquid Crystal Engineer at Compound Photonics.  “a2ilabs’s LT1000 Ion Impurity Analyzer is an important part of our development and testing toolset supporting our engineering efforts and accelerating time to market.  The analyzer’s powerful features, simplicity, and ease of use would benefit anyone working with display technologies.”

 

 

 

 

LT1000

ION Impurity Measurement System

INTRODUCTION

TOYO Corporation has been engineering and marketing a number of test solutions to serve the liquid crystal display (LCD) industry for some time now. The new LT1000 from a2ilabs, a TOYOTech business, represents the next generation in the evolution of this product line and the culmination of over twenty years of liquid crystal display measurement research and development work carried out by TOYO’s engineering teams.  It is an ion impurity measurement system that provides a new and innovative method to characterize and measure ion impurity levels in liquid substances. And the patent-pendingsystem is the first measurement solution of its kind to measure both organic and inorganic ions.

SUPERIOR PERFORMANCE AND ACCURACY

Conventional measurement solutions of this class are based on a chemical analysis approach and as such are designed to mainly measure impurity (not ions) and inorganic ion impurity.  The LT1000 can detect both organic and inorganic ion impurity with extremely high sensitivity in the ppt (parts per trillion)range. Additionally, the LT1000 is extremely sensitive when measuring ion concentrations. It detects even the most minute (in the parts per trillion (ppt) range) of ion concentrations in a substance. With more sensitivity and greater accuracy, there is less concern about getting a sub-optimal reading and more focus on achieving the optimal result.  The high resolution and accuracy provide an ability for lab engineers and technicians to detect impurities in test materials which is unmatched in the industry.  Compared with other products in a similar class, the LT1000 can perform and complete a full test cycle in a second compared to conventional ion chromatography methods,  which can take upwards of one hour. This is on the order of more than 3,600 times faster allowing for a substantially larger number of tests to be performed over a given period of time.  This accelerates lab analysis and helps shorten project development lead times.

LT1000 PHYSICAL SPECIFICATIONS

Number of Test Channels1
Front Panel ControlBNC (2), RJ45, Power, SMA (FOR WLAN
antenna)
Rear Panel ConnectorsWLAN and wired Ethernet
Dimension3.4in (H) x 7.1in (W) x 14.2in (D); 8.5cm x
18cm x 36cm
PowerInternal switching power supply. 100-
240VAC
EnvironmentalOperating: 50°F to 95°F; 10°C to 35°C
(non-condensing)

LT1000 Datasheet

LT1000 Technical Brief

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