What solutions have worked for LCD image persistence?

tzhu07

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I've found that displaying a solid white image on screen and leaving it for long periods of time seems to be the most effective solution.

What other methods have worked for you guys?
 

suiken_2mieu

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i am also interested, because I have a monitor that was used as an airport display and has gate 12 imprinted in it.
 

Snowdog

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Most of us have probably never seen it, so haven't come up with strategies to deal with it.

My Monitor has >14000 hours on it, with not even a hint of IR.

It is an rare phenomena outside of public display LCDs that are on full brightness 24/7 for year and have likely cooked their LCD layers. There is likely no coming back from that.
 

tk-don

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For IPS/VA: Use a pure white image, since the default/off-state of IPS/VA panels is to block light.
For TN: Black image, since the off-state is non-blocking.

Maybe even periodically flash between black and white to exercise the crystals, so that they "forget" their previous state.
 

Snowdog

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How did you get IR? Did you leave your screen on when you weren't home. How many hours on your panel? How high do you run brightness.
 
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