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What is the difference between VFD and LCD OITs?
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Great for normal lighting conditions, our Backlit LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) Operator Interface Terminals, or OITs, are rugged and reliable. They are operable in temperature extremes ranging from -10°C up to 65°C. Features include 2 or 4-line Displays, 6 to 24-key keypads, a custom slide-in legends and are Class I, Division 2.



VFD (Vacuum Fluorescent Displays) Operator Interface Terminals, or OITs, are useful in situations where a crisp high-contrast display is desired. The light-emitting display makes it more readily viewable in low-light environments. They are operable in temperature extremes ranging from -10°C up to 65°C. Features include 2 or 4-line Displays, 6 to 24-key keypads, a custom slide-in legends, and are Class I, Division 2.



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