8. Precautions for Use:
(1) Do not swallow any liquid crystal, even if there is no proof that liquid crystal is poisonous.
(2) If the LCD panel breaks, be careful not to get liquid crystal to touch your skin.
(3) If skin is exposed to liquid crystal, wash the area thoroughly with alcohol or soap.
8.2 Storage Conditions
(1) Store the panel or module in a dark place where the temperature is 23±5°C and the humidity is
(2) Store in anti‐static electricity container.
(3) Store in clean environment, free from dust, active gas, and solvent.
(4) Do not place the module near organics solvents or corrosive gases.
(5) Do not crush, shake, or jolt the module.
(6) Do not exposed to direct sun light of fluorescent lamps.
8.3 Installing LCD Module
Attend to the following items when installing the LCM.
(1) Cover the surface with a transparent protective plate or touch panel to protect the polarizer and
(2) When assembling the LCM into other equipment, the spacer to the bit between the LCM and the
fitting plate should have enough height to avoid causing stress to the module surface, refer to the
individual specifications for measurements. The measurement tolerance should be ±0.1mm.
8.4 Precautions For Operation
(1) Viewing angle varies with the change of liquid crystal driving voltage (Vo). Adjust Vo to show the
(2) Driving the LCD in the voltage above the limit will shorten its lifetime.
(3) Response time is greatly delayed at temperature below the operating temperature range. However,
this does not mean the LCD will be out of the order. It will recover when it returns to the specified
(4) When turning the power on, input each signal after the positive/negative voltage becomes
(5) Do not apply water or any liquid on product which composed of T/P.
8.5 Handling Precautions
(1) Avoid static electricity which can damage the CMOS LSI; please wear the wrist strap when
(2) The polarizing plate of the display is very fragile. so, please handle it very carefully.
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