What is IPS Panel in LED TV
It is usual in conventional LED TV that whenever you try to watch from different angle, display images change their colors and effect
like you are watching images in negative. To overcome this technical flaw, the IPS technology has been introduced. IPS panel or In
Plane switching panels are designed in LED Tv for wide view angle, where you can watch images from any angle without the drift in
colors and effects.
Lets go ahead and have a better insight of the IPS technology in LED TV.
History and Technology
This technology was first introduced in 1996 to provide better color resolution and wide angle for viewing. Technically, as compared
to the VA mode (vertical alignment) available in LCD TV, the crystal molecules moves in a parallel direction instead of perpendicular
direction which results in wide view angle and good color display.
Let us now look at the identification of the IPS Panel and its benefits:
How to identify IPS panel
In order to identify whether the LED TV has IPS panel we can check the following:
This is the most common difference in VA screen and IPS Panel. The IPS Panel has a hard screen and when touched does not give ripples
effect on the screen.
If you carry a magnifier, then you can see that the IPS panel has pixels arranged in the fish scales shapes as compared to boxed
arrangement in other types of the panels.
Now lets have a look at its benefits over other panels
Benefits of IPS panels
This is the primary reason for the invention of this technology. Due to its arrangement, it gives a better color resolution
Of course, this is what they are designed for. To give true images from whatever possible angle you view.
The screen of the IPS panel is hard and does not break easily. And even if it breaks it does not give a color leaked effect and is
best while cleaning or handling with children.
The IPS panel generates very less heat as compared to other panels which means less power consumption and more environment friendly.
IPS Panels gives you a better response time which means blur free images.
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