Tips on Choosing a Vehicle LCD Monitor

Tips on Choosing a Vehicle LCD Monitor

As implied by its name, Vehicle LCD Monitor adopts LCD as its display. Comparing with the traditional CRT vehicle monitors, Vehicle LCD Monitors has obvious technological advantages. As the price of LCD decreased in 2008, currently, Vehicle LCD Monitors has completely taken the place of the traditional CRT vehicle monitors.

Vehicle LCD Monitor has the following distinguished features: small volume, light, totally flat, low consumption, no glittering and no distortion. Before choosing a Vehicle LCD Monitor, we have to take a look at the basic parameters.

1. Dot pitch
Dot pitch refers to the distance between the two neighboring pixel point on the display. If the screen size if set, the display with a smaller dot pitch presents a clearer and fine image. The data of dot pitch stems from the visible area dividing the resolution. For the general LCD, a dot pitch of 0.279mm can present a fine and delicate image. As for the Vehicle LCD Monitors, which usually adopts CF Card Player or Vehicle Hard Disk Player, the dot pitch can totally meet the requirement, thus, this parameter can be ignored when it comes to Vehicle LCD Monitors.

2. Resolution
Resolution is one of the most important purchasing parameters of Vehicle LCD Monitors. The higher of the resolution is, the better of the image will be. Since Vehicle  TCL Mini LED TV LCD Monitors are usually of small size, it is a decent LCD if the resolution can reach 720×480.

3. Brightness
The maximum brightness of Vehicle LCD Monitor is generally determined by the backlight. Currently, the brightness of the LCD ranges between 250~500cd/m2. The higher of the brightness is , the image will be more beautiful, however, the price will also be higher. Usually, the display with a brightness lower than 250cd/m2 is not worth considering.

4. Contrast ratio
The contrast ratio is also of much importance towards Vehicle LCD Display. The higher it is, the image will be more saturated, and more stereo. On the contrary, the lower it is, the color will be poorer and dull. Usually, the proper contrast ratio is above 200:1, and a higher one is approximately 400:1. If it is lower than 150:1, you should not choose it.