Case Study

protecting ultra hd monitors

With the rising popularity of Ultra HD and 4K format video monitors, testing for video output quality is critical. These screens have a resolution of 3840×2160—four times the number of pixels in Full High Definition and eight times as many as Standard Definition. To put it in perspective, Ultra HD is only a slightly lower resolution than the picture displayed on movie screens. Ultra HD displays images that are even clearer and more life-like than ever before, coming in larger screen sizes and weighing less than their Full HD and SD counterparts. These factors also pose new responsibilities: these screens must be handled with the utmost care to prevent damage during handling for optical array testing.