Several methods of preparing electronic ink microcapsules
Electronic ink microcapsules were prepared by in-situ polymerization Preparation of e ink microcapsules by complex condensation method Electronic ink microcapsules were prepared by interfacial polymerization
Application of electronic ink screen in electronic label
Eink electronic label The characteristics of low power consumption of the electronic ink screen is very suitable for electronic labels. The product information and price displayed on the screen can be managed and controlled remotely through WiFi.
The development of e ink screen
Through the analysis of the digital reading stage of development, we can see that using electronic ink display technology of e-book reader reflected the trend of the development of the digital reading industry hardware, but its competitive advantage lies in not only advanced hardware equipment, but constantly build reading ecology
Preparation and production of electronic ink materials
Electronic paper is an ultra-thin, ultra-light display capable of flexible display and zero-power image retention. It aims to be an alternative to regular paper. E-paper can be realized in a variety of ways, the most important of which is to use printing technology to make e-paper by coating a complex liquid called "e-ink" on a flexible substrate.
Does e-ink use power?
Electronic ink technology is the electronic ink coated on a layer of plastic film, and then attached to the thin film transistor (TFT) circuit, through the drive IC control, the final formation of pixel grap...
How does e ink work?
Many small "microcapsules" are attached to the surface of the e-ink screen, which encapsulate black particles with negative charge and white particles with positive charge. By changing the charge, the particles of different colors are arranged in an orderly manner, thus presenting a black-and-white visual ...
Electrical Ink Technology (E-ink)
The technology of Electrophoretic Ink is commonly known as Electronic Ink. The Electronic ink is coated on a plastic film, and then the thin film transistor (TFT) circuit is attached, which is controlled by driving IC to form pixel graphics, creating Electronic Paper Displays (EPD).