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Engaging with electronic devices like TVs, computers, and smartphones has become a daily routine, but have you ever wondered about the inner workings of these displays? The concept is surprisingly straightforward.

In these displays, liquid crystals are structured in a matrix and influenced by an electric current to create a specific image. You might be curious about the contrast with PDLC technology. Well, PDLC operates similarly. In PDLC, liquid crystals are organized in dispersed droplets. When an electric current is introduced, these droplets react in unison, causing the liquid crystals to shift from opaque to clear.

Polymer-dispersed liquid crystals (PDLC) comprise this active smart glass technology, requiring electricity to toggle between on and off states. Upon applying a low voltage (the ON state), molecules align systematically, allowing light to travel directly through the glass and rendering it transparent. When electricity is switched OFF, the LC molecules disperse randomly again, obstructing light transmission and turning the glass opaque.

The liquid crystal technology employed here is remarkably manageable. Its capacity to transition surfaces like walls, doors, or windows from transparent to opaque holds the potential to redefine the purpose of a given space. Remarkably, this technology only consumes a meager 0.7 watts per square foot, making switchable privacy film and glass adaptable across a spectrum of uses. Its versatility extends to commercial offices, healthcare facilities, and residential homes, where it swiftly creates private workspaces and meeting areas with utmost convenience.

When in the opaque state, this technology blocks out a substantial 97% of light. Conversely, in its clear state, the film or glass enables around 85% of total light transmission.

Ideal for bolstering security both at home and in professional settings, smart film brings a dual layer of safeguarding. When in the off state (opaque), Smart Film renders your belongings invisible from outside eyes, significantly reducing the risk of break-ins. Moreover, should a break-in endeavor occur, this ingenious technology adds an exceptionally robust 0.4mm thick layer of additional protection to your glass, heightening the intruder's challenge in gaining entry.

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