Indiglo

Indiglo is a product feature on watches marketed by Timex, incorporating an electroluminescent panel as a backlight for even illumination of the watch dial.wikipedia
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Indiglo is a product feature on watches marketed by Timex, incorporating an electroluminescent panel as a backlight for even illumination of the watch dial.
Indiglo

Electroluminescence

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Indiglo is a product feature on watches marketed by Timex, incorporating an electroluminescent panel as a backlight for even illumination of the watch dial.
In 1992, Timex introduced its Indiglo EL display on some watches.

Timex Datalink

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Certain Indiglo models, e.g., Timex Datalink USB, use a negative liquid-crystal display so that only the digits are illuminated, rather than the entire display.
All Datalink models had the Indiglo night light.

Backlight

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Indiglo is a product feature on watches marketed by Timex, incorporating an electroluminescent panel as a backlight for even illumination of the watch dial.

Indigo

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The brand is owned by Indiglo Corporation, which is in turn solely owned by Timex, and the name derives from the word indigo, as the original watches featuring the technology emitted a green-blue light.
Indiglo, a brand name for a method of electroluminescence technology

Casio

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Casio introduced their version of electroluminescent backlight technology, Illuminator, in 1995.

Liquid-crystal display

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Certain Indiglo models, e.g., Timex Datalink USB, use a negative liquid-crystal display so that only the digits are illuminated, rather than the entire display.

Timex Group

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From 2006-2011, the Timex Group marketed a line of high-end quartz watches under the TX Watch Company brand, using a proprietary six-hand, four-motor, micro-processor controlled movement.

TX Watch Company

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From 2006-2011, the Timex Group marketed a line of high-end quartz watches under the TX Watch Company brand, using a proprietary six-hand, four-motor, micro-processor controlled movement.

Super-LumiNova

To separate the brand from Timex, the movements had luxury features associated with a higher-end brand, e.g., sapphire crystals and stainless steel or titanium casework — and used hands treated with super-luminova luminescent pigment for low-light legibility — rather than indiglo technology.

HowStuffWorks

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How does an Indiglo watch work? at HowStuffWorks

Timex Ironman

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In 1992, the Ironman got its first major technology update since its introduction six years earlier with a new Indiglo electroluminescence technology to replace the mini white corner backlight.