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Question:Pixel PolicyTechnical | Added Tuesday 21st March 2017

Answer:

Avocor’s Pixel ​Policy relating to the F-6500 | F-6510 | F-7510 | F-8410 can read below and also downloaded.


Maximum Bright Dot allowance

Dots (sub-pixel), which appears bright on the screen when the LCD module displayed at dark pattern.

Model

RGB
1 dot

Adjacent
2 dots

Adjacent
3 dots

Total amount
of bright dots

F-6500

1

0 0 1

F-6510

1

0

0

1

F-7510

3

1

0

3

F-8410

5

2

0

5




Dark Dot

Dot (sub-pixel), which appears dark on the screen when the LCD Module displays at bright pattern.

Model

RGB
1 dot

Adjacent
2 dots

Adjacent
3 dots

Total amount
of dark dots

F-6500

8

1 0 8

F-6510

12

3

2

12

F-7510

12

4

0

15

F-8410

20

8

0

20




1 Pixel = 3 dots

Note)

a. Every dot herein means Sub-Pixel (Each Red, Green, or Blue colour)

b. Dots smaller than half a sub-pixel are not counted as a defected dot.

c. The dot defect is inspected on Red, Green, Blue White or Black pattern.

d. Defects which is on the Black Matrix (outside of the Active Area) are not considered as a defect.

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