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  • bugs inside a display

  • degraded prism-​film

  • appli­ca­tion (sam­ple “crane”)

  • appli­ca­tion (sam­ple “train”)

  • appli­ca­tion (sam­ple “terminal”)

  • dri­ver chip breakdown

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trouble shooting

Trou­ble shoot­ing and Analysis

The pres­sure on the pur­chas­ing depart­ment has become immense. Behind the scenes, dis­play com­po­nents have to be replaced by cheaper alter­na­tives for as long as the device will still work in a short test. But once they are put to prac­ti­cal use in the field they fail.

Through many years of expe­ri­ence and our own meth­ods, we have become a con­tact point for ques­tions about elec­tronic dis­plays and embed­ded sys­tems — in all appli­ca­tions and for all man­u­fac­tur­ers.
As part of trou­bleshoot­ing, we ana­lyze causes, check faults, doc­u­ment defects, test for error provo­ca­tion and make rec­om­men­da­tions for changes.

Find­ing the rea­son is not the only impor­tant thing if it comes to the root cause analysis.We ask our­selves and we ask you what can or must be done, and what the next steps are. Phys­i­cal, chem­i­cal and mechan­i­cal fun­da­men­tals are taken into account, as are any mate­r­ial or per­sonal errors.


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