In our life, there are many industrial LCD screens in our society. Compared with ordinary screens, what’s the difference between industrial LCD screen and it? Here is a detailed introduction:
LCD is an abbreviation of liquid crystal display. The structure of LCD is to place liquid crystal in two pieces of parallel glass. There are many vertical and horizontal small wires in the middle of the two pieces of glass. Through the power on or not, the rod-shaped crystal molecules can be controlled to change the direction and refract the light to produce a picture.
Good visibility is also a highlight of industrial LCD screen. LCD screens in industrial applications need to support clear and accurate visual effects from multiple angles in a strong light environment. Most industrial environments are surrounded by strong light, which poses a great challenge to the visibility of display.
The difference between industrial LCD and ordinary display: the main difference is the working temperature range. Ordinary LCD is generally in 0-50 degrees, and the general requirement of industry is – 30-80 degrees.
Industrial LCD screen is used in industry, with a variety of display sizes and installation methods, etc. Different from ordinary LCD, industrial LCD can adapt to extreme environment, and has light, beautiful, practical box structure, a variety of display sizes, supports serial port and USB interface, can use resistive touch screen and capacitive touch screen, and supports VGA and AV signal input. Most industrial LCD are used in relatively harsh environment, while ordinary commercial LCD is difficult to be used in hostile environment Work normally in bad environment.
The former has better seismic performance, and can be used for a long time without any failure. Because the price of this kind of LCD is very expensive, it can only be used in very strict environment, such as in the plane, laboratory and so on. Most families don’t use it.