Automotive Electronics

Automotive electronics is a general term for vehicle body automotive electronic control devices and on-board automotive electronic control devices. Body automotive electronic control device, including engine control system, chassis control system, and body electronic control system (body electronic ECU).
Car electronics include car audio systems, navigation systems, car information systems, and car home appliances. In-vehicle computer (Car PC), in-vehicle network, and cruise system turn the car into a new IT and communication center, while in-vehicle audio, in-vehicle TV, in-vehicle refrigerator, etc. also meet the needs of users for in-vehicle home appliances. Car audio is the most popular device in-car electronic product.

Terminal  Applications:

  • Car audio systems
  • Navigation systems
  • Car information systems
  • Car home appliances


The most important role of automotive electronics is to improve the safety, comfort, economy and entertainment of the car. Electronic control system composed of sensors, microprocessor MPU, actuators, dozens or even hundreds of electronic components and their components.

There are two types of on-board monitors: one is a TV placed on the bus, which is essentially a car TV, and the other is a small-size car monitor with 3.5 inches, 4.3 inches, 7 inches and 9 inches, generally there are two channels of video. Input, one way can be connected to car DVD, the other way can be connected to car camera with reversing image, and some also have MP5 video playback and Bluetooth function, which can be used on the display of similar sports tools in the car, which is convenient for use in car sports. Car TV is simply the mobile reception of digital TV (the difference from digital TV), mainly including set-top box, LCD screen, antenna, car power supply, etc. In order to facilitate installation and use, various styles of car mobile TV products such as desktop car TVs, baffle car TVs, top-suction car TVs, and rearview mirror displays have been developed.

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Vehicle Displays

Vehicle displays refer to the screens or monitors that are fitted in cars, trucks, buses or any other type of vehicle to display information to the driver and passengers. These displays can be used to show vital information such as speed, fuel level, temperature, navigation, entertainment, and safety alerts.

The LCD/OLED displays that are commonly used for vehicle displays are typically sized between 7 inches and 12 inches. Some of the most popular sizes include:

– 7-inch displays: These are commonly used as instrument cluster displays or infotainment displays in smaller or mid-level vehicles.

– 8-inch displays: These are commonly used as infotainment or navigation displays in mid-level vehicles.

– 10-inch displays: These are commonly used as infotainment or navigation displays in luxury or high-end vehicles.

– 12-inch displays: These are commonly used as infotainment displays or digital instrument clusters in luxury or high-end vehicles.

Overall, the size of the vehicle display will depend on the type of vehicle and the level of information that needs to be displayed.

Car Rearview Mirror

A car rearview mirror is a mirror located in cars that enable drivers to see objects behind them while driving. With advancements in technology, some rearview mirrors have integrated LCD/OLED displays that can show video feeds from rearview cameras or provide additional information such as speed, direction, and navigation.

The type of display used depends on the manufacturer and model of the car. Some examples of displays used in car rearview mirrors are:

1. Gentex GENFDD: This is a 9.7-inch TFT-LCD display used in the Gentex Rearview Camera Display Mirror.

2. Panasonic MN101EF31G: This is a 7-inch TFT-LCD display used in the BMW 7 Series rearview mirror display.

3. Sharp LS027B7DH01: This is a 2.7-inch LTPS-LCD display used in the Cadillac CT6’s rearview mirror display.

4. Samsung Super AMOLED: This is a 5.5-inch OLED display used in the Mercedes S-Class Coupe’s rearview mirror display.

Car Gauge

A car gauge is a device used to display readings or measurements related to the operation of the car, such as speed, fuel level, engine temperature, and oil pressure. LCD and OLED displays are commonly used for car gauges.

Some popular LCD displays used in car gauges include the 2.4-inch TFT LCD display, 3.5-inch TFT LCD display, and 5-inch TFT LCD display. OLED displays are also gaining popularity for car gauges due to their high contrast, low power consumption, and flexibility.

The sizes of the displays used for car gauges can vary depending on the specific application and the preferences of the automaker. However, some common sizes for car gauges include 2.5 inches, 3.5 inches, and 4.2 inches.

E-Bike& Motorcycle& E-Scooter

E-Bike, motorcycle, and e-scooter are electrically powered modes of transportation. They are usually equipped with LCD displays to show relevant information such as speed, battery life, and distance traveled.

Some common LCD displays used in these vehicles include:

1. Bafang HMI LCD display – used in many e-bikes, this display comes in sizes of 3.5 inches, 4.3 inches, and 5 inches.

2. TFT LCD display – used in various e-bikes and e-scooters, this display comes in sizes ranging from 2.4 inches to 5 inches.

3. Niu NQiGTS dash – used in Niu e-scooters, this display has a size of 7 inches.

4. KOSO RX2N+ Digital speedometer – used in motorcycles, this display has a size of 3.5 inches.

Overall, the size of the LCD display used in these modes of transportation varies depending on the manufacturer and the specific model.

Advanced Driver Assistant Systems(ADAS)

Advanced Driver Assistance Systems (ADAS) includes various safety features designed to assist drivers while driving. It includes collision avoidance systems, lane departure warning systems, blind spot detection, parking assistance, and adaptive cruise control.

LCD/OLED displays used for ADAS can vary based on the specific system and manufacturer. Some common display sizes include:

1. 7 inches
2. 8 inches
3. 10 inches
4. 12 inches

Some commonly-used display manufacturers for ADAS systems include LG Display, Panasonic, Innolux, and Sharp, among others. The type of display used will depend on the specific ADAS system and the vehicle in which it is installed.