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CU20025-UW1J - 

VFD Display, Dot Matrix, 2 x 20, 11.5mm x 70.8mm, Parallel, 130 mA, 4.75 V to 5.25 V

NORITAKE ITRON CU20025-UW1J

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Manufacturer Part No:
CU20025-UW1J
Newark Part No.:
96K8254
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Product Overview

The CU20025-UW1J is a 20x2 LCD compatible VFD Module with green (blue-green) colour of illumination. It has 5x7 ANK, international matrix format and 350cd/m² minimum luminance. VFD module gives the opportunity to mix multi-size built in ASCII fonts with user defined images. A rich command set enables minimum data transfer to achieve the ideal solution.
  • High brightness, easy to read
  • Fast visual response, less than 12μs
  • 1000000 hours MTBF and up to 20 years life
  • Easy to combine graphics and multi-size fonts
  • -40 to 85°C Operating temperature range

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Consumer Electronics

Product Information

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2 x 20
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11.5mm x 70.8mm
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Dot Matrix
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4.75V
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5.25V
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130mA
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-40°C
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85°C
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Serial, Parallel
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Each
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