Dangers of using a cracked LCD monitor screen?
Category: Computers > Hardware
Asked by: poulydamas-ga
List Price: $4.50
11 Sep 2006 08:59 PDT
Expires: 11 Oct 2006 08:59 PDT
Question ID: 764148
I am using a damaged Viewsonic LCD monitor I purchased inexpensively. Portions of the display are distorted or dead and it looks like the glass is cracked in the corners. I know that the previous owner took out the display panel in the hopes of building a projector and later put it back in. A friend of mine is convinced that using the monitor in this state is emitting excessive harmful radiation. Is it true that a broken panel / cracked glass will increase the radiation output? Is it dangerous? I know there are "zero radiation" LCDs, but they only talk about reducing magnetic radiation, which I wouldn't think would be affected by the glass panel, but I don't know enough about electronics to be sure.
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Re: Dangers of using a cracked LCD monitor screen?
From: jorken-ga on 12 Sep 2006 01:58 PDT
LCD flat panel has radiation too. please reference RoHS (the Restriction of the use of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment) standard.http://www.rohs.gov.uk/ lcd panel contains Pb and Hg in Fluorescent lamps,High Intensity Discharge(HID)lamps,painting or pigment or link, LCD back light and so on. if you using cracked panel , it's Liquid Crystal will have more volatilization. So, please careful!!!
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