A liquid crystal display, or LCD, is an electronic visual display that utilizes the light modulating characteristics of liquid crystals. LCDs are typically used to demonstrate fixed or arbitrary images with little information content. These images are comprised of a great number of small pixels, compared to other displays that often have larger or greater elements.
LCDs are employed for a variety of operations and functions, including medical applications, aircraft cockpit displays, and computer monitors, among many more. Liquid crystal displays have succeeded cathode ray tube (CRT) displays in almost all applications, rendering the latter obsolete. Liquid crystal display screens are also much more energy efficient and offer a safer disposal process than those of CRTs.
Liquid crystal displays provide consumers with a range of veritable benefits. Defined by their agile and compact composition, LCDs offer no geometric distortion and provide clear, sharp images free of bleeding (when operated at native resolution). Additionally, LCDs do not require a great deal of power to function, so their consumption of energy is limited. Because of this, only a small amount of heat is emitted during its operation.
Because of their high-quality display and unparalleled efficiency, LCD displays are ideal for use within the medical field. At ICP America, we are proud suppliers of Medical Grade LCD Displays and Medical Panel PCs. Our Medical Grade LCD Displays include MMD-2213M, MMD-4300C, and MMD-2213CH, among many more varieties.