Liquid crystal is a special substance between solid and liquid. It is an organic compound that is liquid in a normal state. But its molecular arrangement is very regular like a solid crystal, hence the name liquid crystal. Another special property of it is that if LCD screen manufacturers apply an electric field to the liquid crystal, it will change its molecular arrangement. At this time, if it is matched with a polarizer, it has the effect of preventing the passage of light. LCD module company produced android lcd screen and uart lcd display. Now LCD displays can be seen everywhere in life, laptops, LCD TVs, mobile phones, SLR cameras, etc. Today's LCD displays have become a must-have electronic product for many people. So what are the taboos when using LCD displays?
Water can be said to be the first natural enemy of liquid crystals, and its destructive power to LCD displays is amazing. Therefore, the LCD display should be used in a relatively dry environment to prevent moisture from entering the interior of the LCD display. For some users in a humid working environment, you can buy some desiccant and put it around to keep the air around the LCD dry.
Liquid crystals, like CRTs, are very susceptible to dust.
The liquid crystal is relatively soft and easily damaged (except for the glass screen outside). Therefore, you must not touch the screen with hard objects when it is in use.
Because the LCD is not simple, its pixels are constructed by many liquid crystals. Continuous use for a long time will cause the crystals to age or burn out. Once the damage occurs, it is permanent and irreparable. So it is best not to use it for a long time. Now many users do not turn off the monitor after using it for convenience, and some people do not turn off the monitor at the same time after shutting down, which will seriously damage the life of the monitor.
The LCD display is very delicate, and in the process of violent movement or vibration, it may damage the quality of the display screen and the internal liquid crystal molecules of the display, which greatly reduces the display effect. Also, avoid strong shocks and vibrations. The LCD display contains many glasses and sensitive electrical components. Dropping on the floor or similar strong shocks can cause damage to the screen or other units. In the process of handling, you must pay attention, try to put on thick armor for the LCD, and then carry it.
The above content is an introduction to the precautions when using the LCD display. Now the LCD display has replaced CRT as the mainstream and has been fully popularized. If the LCD display has water in it, the LCD display should be placed in a warmer place to gradually evaporate the water inside. During the plum rain season, the LCD display should also be turned on frequently, and the heat generated during its operation will dissipate the water vapor on the screen. If you want to extend the life of the LCD display and reduce its aging rate, you should be more careful in normal use.