The working principle for the LCD screen panels

How Does An LCD Screen Work? Answering A Liquid Crystal Display Tech Question #LCD #Tech

 

You can find Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) technology everywhere: in TVs, computers, tablets, laptops, smartphones, watches, monitors, displays, calculators, cellphones, smartwatches, and many more… but do you know how this awesome tech works? Do you also know that the working principle of LCD is pretty similar to the newer LED backlit based screens (edge LED or direct LED)? So today, we explain how an LCD screen work by looking inside an LCD screen and detailing all of its layers. We will talk about the reflector sheet, the Light Guide Plate (LGP), the Dual Brightness Enhancement Film (DBEF), the diffuser sheet, the prism sheet, the bottom polarizer, the bottom glass substrate (backplane), the Thin Film Transistor (TFT), the Liquid Crystal, the Common electrode, the color filter (RGB), the top glass substrate, the top polarizer, and the top chassis and frame. Understanding how a screen works can be especially handy to know if you like clever technology or to understand if your screen breaks down, and you need to figure out what is going on to repair it… knowledge is power!

Screenage Electronics is engaged in the field of design, engineering, production and marketing of Digital Signage solutions to the Indian market since 2018. Our core products are Digital Signage Displays, Digital Menu Board, Interactive Touch Screens, Smart Class Room Solutions, Ultra Stretched Screens, Self Service Kiosks, Video Wall, Outdoor Screens, etc. Screenage has its own production facilities with professional engineering, designing & technology team, R & D Centre, Quality Control Dept., etc and we are capable of giving OEM/ODM products. Having its own steel workshop arrangements, that can meet custom made designs according to the customer requirements. We made it one of our missions to provide innovative digital signage solutions that drive businesses forward.

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