4K (LE480AQD, LE550AQD, LE650AQD, LE770AQD, LE830AQD, LE420*Q*, LW270*H*, LW450*W*, LW480*Q*, LW420*Q*, LE970*Q*), 8K (LE770AZD, LE880AZD)
Model differences: 1’st *: A(Flat), C(Curved), F(Bendable), G(Without T-con), H(QHD), P(Without Back cover), Q(4K UHD), R(Rollable), W(WQHD), Z(8K UHD); 2’nd *: B(120Hz, OCM, EIA, CSO), D(120Hz, OCM), E(120Hz, OBM, EIA, CSO), G(120Hz, OCM, EIA), J(120Hz, OBM, EIA), L(120Hz, OBM), N(60Hz, OCM), P(120Hz, OCM, CSO), Q(240Hz, OCM), R(120Hz, OBM, CSO), U(144Hz, OCM), W(144Hz, OBM), Y(60Hz, OBM), 2(240Hz, OBM); where OCM: Module (Panel + Back cover), OBM: Panel only, CSO: Sound chip embedded, EIA: Heatsink Plate
Discomfort Glare Free UGR less than 22
Samples are assessed for illuminance, luminance and reflectance according to CIE 117-1995, Discomfort glare in interior lighting. The UGR (Unified Glare Rating) is then calculated. A UGR higher than 22 is deemed unacceptable, per the Hopkinson’s Rating Scale.
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