LG Innotek takes part in KES 2009 being held at the KINTEX convention and exhibition center from Oct. 13 to 16.
The company takes pride in being a leading electronics components and materials maker, while introducing its technologies and products, including LEDs, thin solar cells and PCBs, mobile, display and networking gadgets, and vehicle parts.
LG Innotek exhibits its products in four zones -- the Eco Zone, Mobile Zone, Display Zone and PCB Zone, at each of which its staffers help visitors have a better understanding of its products by giving them demonstrations.
At the Eco Zone, the firm introduces a 47-inch edge-type LED BLU monitor and lighting equipment, thin solar cells and vehicle parts. The environmentally-friendly LED BLU, which has a higher definition than CCFL, is also slim, thereby winning high popularity among visitors. Visitors can witness the high-end design and quality of LED light tubes and LED outdoor lamps, which could replace indoor flat lighting and fluorescent lamps. Its thin solar cells and vehicle parts are made with new green technologies.
Mobile Zone makes it possible for visitors to imagine what a future of mobile products will look like. It exhibits modules such as a 12 million pixel mini camera module with high-definition effects; a camera module for vehicle blackboxes; and a flexible LCD module. Visitors have a chance to take a first-hand look at a thin, quick coin-type vibration motor, whose response time is more than two times faster than existing products. They have another chance to enjoy watching images reproduced through a pico projector as a small embedded feature in mobile phones.
The Display Zone introduces LG Innotek's competitive edge by showing various display models such as an ultraslim, or 7mm, digital tuner. A new power supply unit (PSU) demonstrates how it can reduce the standby power of electronics appliances by 20 percent compared to the existing products, using LG Innotek's core technology.
PCB Zone exhibits rigid flex PCB, a digital product with an enhanced performance, a smaller size and a fancier design, as well as super-precision build-up PCB, which has won popularity as a mainboard of mobile or smart phones.