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'Sources of obsolete LCD screen (Toshiba LTM10C313S'
2006\06\16@085256 by Howard Winter

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A friend's company manufactures equipment that uses an LCD screen that has ceased production (apparently
unannounced and certainly not pre-announced!).  Redesigning to use other screens is going to take
time/effort/money and meantime they still need a supply of the existing screen ("10 would be good - 100 would
be very good!").

Searching in all the usual places hasn't turned up any, so the question is: how do you find which devices used
this part, so he can search for those, and canibalise them for the screen?

The part in question is a Toshiba 10.4" XGA screen, part number LTM10C313S or LTM10C313K - I am informed that
there are no suitable alternatives!

Any ideas ?

Cheers,


Howard Winter
St.Albans, England


2006\06\16@092035 by Dave Lag

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Howard Winter wrote:
> A friend's company manufactures equipment that uses an LCD screen that has ceased production (apparently
> unannounced and certainly not pre-announced!).  Redesigning to use other screens is going to take
> time/effort/money and meantime they still need a supply of the existing screen ("10 would be good - 100 would
> be very good!").
>
> Searching in all the usual places hasn't turned up any, so the question is: how do you find which devices used
> this part, so he can search for those, and canibalise them for the screen?
>
> The part in question is a Toshiba 10.4" XGA screen, part number LTM10C313S or LTM10C313K - I am informed that
> there are no suitable alternatives!
>
> Any ideas ?
>
> Cheers,
>
>
> Howard Winter
> St.Albans, England
>
>
Apparently its a  Toshiba  a-Si TFT-LCD,  10.4 inches
262K, 1024 x 768, 150 nit, 250:1, 40 ms

As such its not immediately apparent what is so special about this
particular one? He would have to change some sofware/ firmware timings?
Maybe one of those TTL with the funny combined sync pin?

everybody on google want to give you a quote on them

Dave

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