Use of TMR (Transmissive with Micro Reflective) Display with WM device

Source: Microsoft Support

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When using TMR display or non TMR display in the WM device and running LTK test use may find a little different results related to display on and off when test runs.

Result



While running the LTK test there could be two results:


1. The display may turn off during test


2. The display may not turn off during LTK test

Cause

So during the LTK test if screen goes off, this means the device has TMR display. A non TMR display would not turn off during test step.

Resolution



TMR is a transmissive display ,in addition that it also has the property of being micro-reflective. A transmissive display is one which needs backlight to illuminate it, that is if the back light is off you cannot see anything on the screen .


So if you have TMR display the screen will turn off and with non TMR it will not. In both cases the test is considered passed.

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Artikel-id: 969472 - Laatst bijgewerkt: 8 jun. 2009 - Revisie: 1

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