i-Tech is a premier
supplier of optical bonding and performance added passive
enhancements for all flat panel . i-Tech G-BOND
process produces an optical bond between any display cover glass
or touch panel, and any size LCD.
In the world of LCD's, i-Tech
takes display enhancement to a new level above all others.
Utilizing advanced proprietary optical bonding technology; i-Tech
overcomes optical challenges for display product manufacturers
at an affordable price. In a wide range of applications,
standard liquid crystal appear to "washed
out" in high ambient lighting conditions. This wash
out is due to excessive reflections and glare caused by bright
available LCDs, especially when protected by a separate cover
glass or plastic shield, can not deliver enough brightness
to make the display functional in outdoors or in other high
ambient light applications. The exclusive G-BOND process
from i-Tech provides a significant reduction of ambient
light reflections at an affordable price, compared to other
display enhancement technologies.
G-BOND seals either a top cover
glass or touch screen directly to the face of the display bezel. Our
bonding process eliminates the air-gap between the display and
the cover glass, vastly reducing reflective light, which causes
visual washout of the display image. G-BOND also enhances structural
integrity by supporting the LCD assembly with the cover
glass. The bond maintains perfect display uniformity
while providing shock protection, unlimted humidity protection,
and elimination of fogging caused by trapped moisture
accumulating in typical air-gap assemblies.
provides the best reduction of ambient light washout of
any commercially available enhancement technology.
has a lower cost than most other competing technologies.
offers superior ruggedization, enhancing the display
durability under vibration, shock and other environmental
and controlling reflected light will dramatically improve the
performance of a display in any ambient lighting condition
viewability of a display depends on the differences between "lumination"
and "illumination" of the display. The lumination of the
display is its brightness. A display's brightness, typically
referred to as a Nit (Candela per meter/2) is the amount of light energy
coming out of the display. Illumination is the amount of ambient
light shining onto a display. The readability of a display is
dependant on the amount of light that is being reflected off of the
travels through a variety of transparent materials; such as air, glass,
plastic, and even water. These material's abilty to transmit light
is measured by their "indices of refraction". As light
transfers from one material to another, such as air to glass, the
differences the index of refraction will cause reflection. In the
case of an air-to-glass interface, the reflection will be slightly less
than 5% of the ambient light. All surfaces that have an index
mismatch will reflect and the reflection is cumulative. In the
case of a standard glass or plastic window, there are three surfaces with
an index mismatch which will create a total relfection of nearly 15% of
the ambient light. If the total reflection (in nits) is close to
the displays brightness, the contrast of the display will be reduced to
the point where the display's readabilty is reduced to unacceptable
G-BOND from i-Tech is a solid,
transparent bond which optically couples the front cover glass or touch
screen directly to the face of the display. This internal bond
eliminates reflection from the two internal layers. The
outer surface of the window is treated with anti-reflecting coatings
which matches the front surface of the glass with the index of
refraction of air. This combination reduces the total
reflection of the display and front cover glass to less than 2% of the
ambient light. A reduction of reflection of this level, all
but eliminates reflective loss in most ambient lighting conditions.
With reductions of this level, displays with 300-500 nits of brightness will
be viewable in daylight or indirect lighting conditions. At
500-800 nits brightness, most displays will be completely sunlight
Aside from the optical quality, G-BOND elminates
the air-gap which prevents heat build-up from the
"greenhouse" effect and prevents fogging from moisture or contamination
from dirt or particles. It
also offers shock protection and other damage to the LCD itself.
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for detail and pricing
G-BOND 1.1 mm or 3.0 mm AR glass standard lamination
"OVER" the display bezel.
2.5" - 8.4"
10.4" - 12.1"
15.1" - 18.1"
19.1" - 23.0"
Specialized cover glass or touch screens: Call for quote
Lead-time is 3-4 weeks after the receipt of the materials.