Manufacturer of Opel Vectra B / Omega B / Zafira A LCD Display with Two Flat Cables

Old Opel Vectra B, Omega B, Zafira A and other makes have the common dead / fading / disappearing pixels on the LCD display that shows the time, radio, and the on board computer messages and other functions. The problem lies with the ribbon cable / flat cable that connects the LCD display to the circuit board of the instrument cluster. This problem may affect your car’s value and give you much trouble. Sacer is a manufacturer of Opel lcd display who can provide the most professional suggestions for every customer.

Dead LCD pixels, fading LCD pixel on Opel / Vectra OBC MID LCD displays unit are quite bad looking parts of a good car’s interior, so it is understandable that you may want to get it fixed. We can offer high quality lcd display for your Opel dashboard display repair. No one wants to replace the whole instrument cluster that is unworthy of a used car. So finding a good shop for the lcd display is a good choice.

Before pixel repair
after pixel repair

The lcd display with two flat cables apply for car information center of Opel Vectra B / Omega B / Zafira A (1999–2002). This display can solve the Vetra B display failure completely. The lcd is STN and the connect method is heat seal. For assembly it to the dashboard (or PCB), suggest use a heat seal bonding machine, it is more reliable and easy, If use a T-bar soldering will cause to some problems unknown. Separated ribbon cables also available.

You need to set heat seal bonding machine.

Temperature (℃)210℃ (205℃ — 215℃)

Pressure (MPa)3.5 MPa (3.3 MPa — 4.0 MPa)

Press hold (s)10s

Sacer is a steadily growing manufacturer funded by highly skilled and experienced electronic engineers in 2007, which develops and produces electronic control modules in the automotive aftermarket. We can offer many cars dead pixel repair for you. All our products have 2 years European warranty. Welcome to visit or contact with us by for more information.

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