In today's infotainment-centered world, there is little more important to the modern consumer than display proximity and resolution. The modern automobile is no exception to this trend as the number of displays rises to twelve per vehicle. Automotive displays have been integrated in applications such as Instrument Clusters, Central Information Displays, Mirror Replacements, Rear-Seat Entertainment Displays, and more.
Thin Film Transistor (TFT) Liquid Crystal Displays (LCD) offer bright and reliable display options at a reasonable cost. However, as the need for real-time feedback, information accessibility, longevity, size, and picture quality increases, the power consumption of these displays rises beyond what the timing controller (TCON) or source driver can provide. Therefore, a TFT-Bias power supply device is necessary to supply the additional power.