Custom Flight Display LCD Modules

Create custom flight displays for any aircraft or vehicle with rugged, safe and NVIS compatible active matrix LCD glass modules

Create Failsafe Custom Flight Displays with Trusted LCDs

Speed Integration with Proven Modules

Rugged, NVIS compatible, and safety-certifiable up to DAL-A, Mercury's LCD modules operate reliably in flight and enable pilots to see critical information anytime of day. Customized to deliver clear and crisp imagery in the cockpit and built-in house, Mercury's LCD modules save engineering and integration cost and time while enhancing viewer experience.



Built in-house with a trusted supply chain for zero in-flight failures

Unlike other flight display components on the market, all electronics used in Mercury's glass are designed and manufactured in-house to prevent any in-flight failure. LCDs are ruggedized from the bare glass level and build in dual redundancy with no shared circuitry, power, or video paths to ensure no single point of failure. If a component malfunctions, detailed BIT reports can pinpoint exact the component down to the lowest circuitry level to enable and speed preventative repairs. 

Build an Immersive Experience Without Extra Work

Large area display modules maximize display usage without requiring software workarounds. By combining two active matrix LCDs on a single LCD substrate, pilots can view a single continuous image across the full width of the LCD and move windows or screens anywhere without experiencing a non-illuminated portion (mullion) between display halves.


Optimized to Your Cockpit with Patented Technology

LCD modules are calibrated to your application, from the display characteristics (size, resolution, color depth, color saturation, aspect ratios, viewing cone) and mechanical packaging to the sustainability requirements, our modules yield the most advanced, fully functioning military display systems, all while reducing risk and providing the lowest through-life cost. Read our whitepaper on selecting the best display for your application to learn more.



Explore LCD Module Options

Model Image Diagonal Case Size Active Image Size Aspect Ratio Image Resolution Grayscale CGPI Type Datasheet
2150 21.5" 20.8" x 8.9" 19.9” x 8.2” 10:4 2560 x 2048 10 bit 128 Standard


1000 10.0" 9.0" x 7.0" 8.0" x 6.0" 4:3 1024x768 10 bit 128 Standard  
1040 10.4" 9.3" x 7.2" 8.28" x 6.21" 4:3 1024x768 8 bit 128 Standard  
1060 10.6" 10.5" x 6.5" 9.24" x 5.2" 16:9 1280x720 10 bit 138.5 Standard


1210 12.1" 11" x 8.5" 9.64" x 7.30" 4:3 1360x1024 8 bit 141.1 Standard  
1540 15.4" 9.10" x 14.01" 8.15" x 13.04" 4:3 1920x1200 10 bit 128 Standard  
340 3.4" 3ATI 2.41" x 2.41" 1:1 300x300 8 bit 124.5 Standard  
600 6.0" 5ATI 4.21" x 4.21" 1:1 524x524 8 bit 124.5 Standard  
640 6.4" 6 x 5ATI 5.14" x 3.86" 4:3 640x480 8 bit 124.5 Standard  
710 7.1" 6ATI 5.03" x 5.03" 1:1 600x600 8 bit 119.2 Standard  
710HR 7.1" 6ATI 5.0" x 5.0" 1:1 1280x1280 8 bit 256 Standard  
890 8.9" 7.25" x 7.25" 6.27" x 6.27" 1:1 780x780 8 bit 124.5 Standard  
  • Effective Night Vision Imaging Systems (NVIS) compatibility
  • Sunlight readability
  • Elimination of windscreen or bubble canopy display reflections by narrowing the viewing angle
  • Optimized images for multiple applications with multiple gamma encoding values
  • Redundancy for no single point of failure
  • Extended display life with luminance control
  • Operation in range of extreme temperatures
  • True dual-mode (day and NVIS) backlighting
  • Customized LEDs that can operate efficiently at lower voltage capacity
  • 8-bit or 10-bit color depth LCDs
  • 16 values for gamma decoding applied over 16 separate inputs
  • Fiber-optic elements eliminate reflections
  • Redundant large area display (LAD) technology with independent power and video paths for each display
  • LADs with no visible center mullion between the displays
  • LADs support both flight- and arctic-gloved hand touchscreen operation