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United Radiant Technology  Profile

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United Radiant Technology  Company Overview

Founded in Taiwan in 1990, United Radiant Technology (URT) manufactures customized LCD panels and modules. URT is known for its high quality, high-duty monochrome and passive color LCDs.

United Radiant Technology  Products

The types of products manufactured by United Radiant Technology include LCD panels, and LCM Modules using standard Color STN module, FSTN, STN, WTN, and TN technologies and offered in COB (Chip on Board), SMT (Surface Mount Technology), TAB (Tape Automated Bound), COG (Chip on Glass), and COF (Chip on Film) assemblies.

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