3.2.4 Strain on surface where equipment is installed
1 This display uses glass in its display section. When using a third-party metal fixture, check that strain is 1 mm or
less by the following method.
2 Tightly fit a thread using a force of φ 0.1psi or less diagonally through the mounting bolt openings on the mounting
surface, as shown in the drawing.
3 Measure distance L of the intersection of the strings in the center section.
The relationship between strain and L is given by Strain = L × 2.
4 If L is 0, interchange the front and rear positions of two strings and check the distance again. If the value of L is not
0, it is the true value of L. If L is 0 after the position is changed, strain is approximately 0.
Plasma display-mounting surface
(mounting metal fixture)
Enlarged drawing of the intersectional part A
(showing the part obliquely)
Point e is the center of the thread a-b.
Point f is the center of the thread c-d.
Distance between e and f =
Points e and f are indicated in an en-
larged figure for more detailed under-