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What is the best way to store an LCD screen

  • LCD stands for liquid crystal display. Even though LCD is used in a wide variety of devices in our daily lives, only a few people are familiar with it. Because LCD screens are rarely used in our daily lives, this is the case. So LCD is the topic of discussion. The screen's operation and storage are unfamiliar concepts. You will be the subject of a special analysis today by Xiaobian, in the hope that it will be beneficial to you.

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    Storage of products in an acid-free and alkali-free environment is required; the product must be stored in a dark environment and not be exposed to direct sunlight or fluorescent lamps; and the product must be stored in a dark environment and not exposed to fluorescent lamps is required. It is recommended that the product be stored for more than one year at a temperature between 10 and 30 degrees Celsius with a relative humidity of no more than 60%. Before leaving the factory, it must be thoroughly inspected.

     Due to the fact that LCD is made up of two thin liquid crystal glasses that are sealed together with adhesive. Because of this, it is strictly forbidden to fall on the custom LCD surface while using it, or to hit or squeeze it with hard objects, or to apply uneven assembly force, in order to avoid causing damage.

    For liquid crystal products with metal pins, it is imperative that the metal pins are not pulled or twisted during use; when soldering pins with a soldering iron, the soldering time should be kept to a minimum (less than 34S) so as not to damage the reliable connection between the metal pins and the custom LCD, rendering the LCD inoperable.

    Since the custom LCD surface is composed of a plastic polarizer, it should be protected from being scratched or polluted by sharp objects while in use. The protective film covering the polarizer's viewing surface should be removed after the LCD has been fully assembled.

    Due to the fact that LCD is a low-voltage and low-power product, if the glass surface is damp and conductive, it will result in crosstalk display, which will cause the LCD display to be abnormal.

    To prevent the electrochemical reaction of liquid crystal from affecting the life of the LCD, it is necessary to make sure that the driving voltage has a DC component (50mV) that is as small as possible.

    In light of the fact that both liquid crystal and polarizer are organic substances, it is important to avoid exposing them to ultraviolet rays for an extended period of time while in use, as this can cause a photochemical reaction and deterioration in LCD performance.