LCD Glass Substrate

LCD glass substrate is a crucial component in liquid crystal display (LCD) technology. It serves as the base material upon which the active matrix, pixels, and other essential components are fabricated. The quality and precision of the LCD glass substrate directly impact the display’s resolution, clarity, and overall performance. These substrates are engineered to meet exacting standards for optimal visual quality in electronic devices such as televisions, monitors, and smartphones.

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Description

LCD glass substrate is a key component used in the manufacturing of liquid crystal displays (LCDs). It is a thin, flat piece of glass that serves as a foundation for the active matrix of an LCD screen. The LCD glass substrate is coated with a thin layer of a transparent conductor such as indium tin oxide (ITO), which is then patterned to create the necessary circuitry for driving the individual pixels of the display.

Parameter Value
Thickness 0.5mm-10mm
Size 200mm x 200mm, etc.
Surface Roughness < 0.5nm
Transmission > 90%
Thermal Expansion Coefficient 3.3 x 10^-6 /K
Poisson’s Ratio 0.22

Note: The parameter values may vary depending on the specific product and manufacturer.

Consumer electronics: LCD glass substrates are extensively used in smartphones, laptops, tablets, and other handheld devices. These substrates enable the production of high-resolution displays that offer excellent color reproduction, contrast, and viewing angles.
Televisions: LCD glass substrates are also used in the manufacturing of large-screen televisions. These substrates enable the production of high-definition displays that offer excellent image quality and color reproduction.

 

 

 

Q: What is an LCD glass substrate?

A: An LCD glass substrate is a thin, flat piece of glass that serves as the foundation for the active matrix of a liquid crystal display (LCD).

Q: What types of glass are used for LCD substrates?

A: The most common types of glass used for LCD substrates are soda-lime glass and borosilicate glass.

Q: What is the manufacturing process for LCD glass substrates?

A: The manufacturing process for LCD glass substrates involves various steps such as cutting, grinding, polishing, and cleaning. The glass substrate is then coated with a thin layer of a transparent conductor such as indium tin oxide (ITO).

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