Tips to give your LED a longer lifeby Vibgyor Electronics Manufacturing an extensive range of HD READY, FULL
We all know the importance of television in our lives, it is a medium which connects us so closely to the world around us and brings the colors to life on-screen. So how do you take care of something you cannot imagine your life without, to make it last long, after all it’s an investment that you have made.
Follow the below tips to increase the durability of your LED
When you know the type of your LED it is easier to understand the factors that can affect its life span.
There are majorly two main types of LED; LED LCD TV’s commonly known as LED TV and OLED TV. The former one is not strictly LED but rather a LCD screen with LED technology. OLED is the real thing which uses the true LED technology. OLED is superior quality therefore is more durable as compared to a LED.
How do you protect LED’s?
· Turn off the power when not in use
It’s a common thing which usually people do not follow due to sheer idleness. Switching off your TV not only increases its life span but also saves electricity.
· Adjusting brightness and contrast
Operating your TV with high levels of brightness and contrast can reduce the life of the TV, because the TV has to work harder. Keep the brightness and contrast in control as per the lighting around you for better maintenance of your LED.
· Provide sufficient ventilation.
Your LED uses a lot of power, which in turn produces a lot of heat, ventilation helps remove the heat-giving it space to breathe. Keeping the LED hot affects the life of its own and can be dangerous in the long run.
· Use Voltage regulator to avoid power fluctuations
Nothing can be more dangerous than voltage fluctuation for any electronic item. Your LED too needs a voltage regulator to keep it safe from the power fluctuations.
There are wide variety of LED’s available in the market, with varying prices and quality. While it is advisable to protect your investment as LED can be an expensive product to buy, do not sacrifice on the quality of picture while viewing your favorite show or movie.
Created on Feb 6th 2018 03:50. Viewed 325 times.