Liquid crystal display or LCD; is used in electronic display devices and operates by applying different electric voltage on the liquid /crystal layer, therefore responsible for bringing changes in the optical properties of the device.
LCD is an electronically modulated optical device used for the light modulating properties of liquid crystals combined with polarizers. LCD doesn't emit light on their own; instead, they bring the reflector or backlight for producing an image in monochrome or colour.
LCD is a quite popular display technology that is commonly used in computer monitors and TVs. Besides, they are also used in the touch screen of smartphones, laptops, tablets and much more.
Large-format displays LCD monitors commonly use fluorescent backlighting, while LED monitors use light-emitting diodes for backlighting. LED devices to have the finest display quality and also available in varying backlighting configurations.
Large-format displays are designed for high configuration and demanding applications with performance and durability requirements.