A Workplace Designed for Continued Success
We work closely with our production facilities to ensure all products follow consistent quality and design guidelines. Being ISO 9001:2015 certified is a fundamental part of how we work. These certifications set the standard for all our daily processes.
We’re proud to uphold our ISO certification status and work with a mindset for growth and improvement. From manufacturing and assembly to customer service and design, we continue to provide the best quality to our customers, on time and without errors. Quality control is performed in-house on all display designs. Our production facilities are also TS-16949 and ISO-14001 certified to ensure consistent quality from start to finish.
ISO CertifiedLearn More
RoHS, Reach, Conflict FreeLearn More
Quality is important to us and we take our inspections seriously. All products arriving at our Illinois warehouse must pass an inbound quality inspection before they’re accepted, and an outbound inspection prior to release.
- Visual inspection
- Functionality testing
- Environmental & reliability testing
- Part number & quantity verification
- Datasheet validation
- 100% inspection where required
- MIL STD 1916, ANSI/ASQ Z1.4 sampling
Quality Standards Guide
We Meet or Exceed these Standards
We created this guide to provide a detailed explanation of requirements that Newhaven Display products and services must meet. Customers can expect every product they receive from us to meet or exceed these standards.Learn More
Product Usage Guidelines
Get the Most Out of Your Display
From designing the end-customer product to special guidance for medical devices or water sensitivity, we want to make sure you experience our products at their full potential, so we created guidelines detailing proper usage and care procedures.Learn More
Watch & Learn: Quality Tips
10 Tips for Proper Display Handling from our Quality Team
Our quality team developed these practical tips to keep your display applications working to their full potential. These recommendations for proper handling and cleaning will help prevent accidental damages and answer common questions related to display maintenance.
How to Avoid Image Burn-In (LCD & OLED)
In this video we tell you everything you need to know about image burn-in on your LCD and OLED display screens. We explain the difference between permanent image burn-in and temporary image retention, and provide some tips for maintaining your display screens to help avoid burn-in.