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Msg  57618 of 57954  at  3/3/2021 3:42:52 PM  by

OneThousandPointsOfWhite

The following message was updated on 3/3/2021 3:56:34 PM.

 In response to msg 57616 by  moissanite
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Re: Microelectromechanical mirrors (MEMS) are NOT SOLID-STATE...according to Wikipedia

NO, an LED backlit TV is an LED TV AND an LCD TV, specifically it is an LED LCD TV.

Apples and oranges to SS discussion. LED LCD TV's use actual LED as the light source whereas MEMS are MECHANICAL by definition, NOT SOLID, but MOVEABLE PARTS thus subject to issues associated to such devices, like STATIC FRICTION for example

Your automobile example is fitting for your TV example but not the SS discussion. An Auto is an auto, Tesla is an Electric Auto. Just as an LCD TV is an LCD TV, and LED backlit type is an LED LCD TV. Both florescent LCD and LED LCD are LCD TV just as both ICE auto and electric auto are autos. An LED LCD TV is an LED TV however a florescent LCD TV can not make that same claim because it simply is not LED. MEMS are MECHANICAL and subject to STICTION, SS has no moving parts whereas MEMS do.

Calling a florescent backlit LCD TV an LED TV because it has an LED indicator for power would be similar to calling an MEMS LiDar Solid State. Now there is your similarity.

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57619 Re: ...MEMS are NOT SOLID-STATE...according to Wikipedia / MEMS(LBS) is SS according to the industry moissanite 0 3/4/2021 11:47:57 AM








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