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Precautions and cleaning methods for using LCD screens


With the rapid development of science and technology, display technology is also undergoing a revolution. Especially since the 1990s, with technological breakthroughs and rapid growth in market demand, LCD screens have quickly become the mainstream of the market. Next, let's take a look at the precautions and cleaning methods for using LCD screens with Shenzhen Xingyuhe Electronics.

Precautions for using the LCD display module

1. The LCD screen is made of glass, please do not apply mechanical impact, such as falling from a height. If the display screen is damaged and the internal LCD is leaking, do not allow it to enter the mouth. If it gets on clothes or skin, quickly wash with soap and water.

2. If the LCM LCD display module works for a long time and displays the same pattern, the pattern will remain on the screen like a phantom and there will be subtle contrasts. If you want to regain normal working status, you can temporarily stop using it for a while. It is worth noting that this phenomenon will not have a negative impact on the reliability of performance.

3. To reduce the generation of static electricity, do not carry out assembly and other work in a dry environment. The LCM module has a film to protect the display screen. Be careful when removing this protective film as it may generate static electricity.

4. Minimize electrode corrosion as much as possible. Water droplets, moisture condensation, or current in high-temperature environments may accelerate electrode corrosion.

5. At low temperatures, liquid crystal solidification can lead to directional defects or the formation of bubbles. When the LCD module is subjected to strong vibration at low temperatures, bubbles can also be generated.

6. Do not touch the surface of the display screen or ensure proper grounding.

Cleaning methods for LCD screens

When cleaning the LCD screen, do not wipe the screen surface with any alkaline or chemical solution at will. The stains on LCD panels can be roughly divided into two types: one is due to the accumulated dust in the air, and the other is the fingerprints and oil stains left by users inadvertently. Many people have misconceptions when cleaning LCD screens. Home appliance experts remind them that if they are not careful, these details can damage the LCD to a certain extent.

1. Use a general soft cloth or tissue to wipe the LCD screen. Do not use ordinary soft cloth (such as eyeglass cloth) or tissue to wipe the LCD screen. For soft LCD screens, their surface is still too rough, which can easily scratch the delicate LCD screen.

2. Clean the LCD screen with clean water. When using clean water for cleaning, liquid is easily dripping into the interior of the LCD screen, which can cause short circuits in the equipment circuit and burn out expensive electronic devices.

3. Clean the LCD screen with alcohol and other chemical solvents. LCD screens are coated with a special coating on the screen. Once alcohol is used to wipe the display screen, this special coating will dissolve and have a negative impact on the display effect.