What is PDLC Film?
PDLC film stands for Polymer Dispersed Liquid Crystal and is called polymer dispersive liquid crystal. This is a liquid crystal dimming film that uses a liquid crystal layer in which liquid crystals are dispersed in polymers.
It is characterized by dispersing fine particles of liquid crystals in polymers like oil particles floating in water, so that liquid crystals exist without fixing them in a thin film.
When no current is applied to PDLC liquid crystal dimming film, light is scattered at the interface because the vectors of dispersed liquid crystals are oriented in different directions. This creates an opaque white state (opaque), but by applying an electric current, the refractive index of the polymer and the liquid crystal becomes almost equal, and the transparent state is obtained.
The switching speed at that time is less than 0.1 seconds, and the expression of the glass changes instantly. The HAZE value in the operational state is also 2% ±0.5, achieving high transparency.
PDLC Magic Film is a liquid crystal dimming film with adsorptive glue attached and thickens from 370 μm ± 10 μm. Crystal magic film can be applied to existing glass and change in transparency and opacity by switching ON-OFF.
In addition, since it is in the form of a film, it can be applied to R glass. The maximum production dimensions are 1,800×3,600 and projection by projector is possible from the rear.
PDLC Magic Glass is laminated glass that can be switched from transparent glass to opaque-like glass in an instant by simply operating ON-OFF by remote control or switching.
When current flows through the liquid crystal dimming film in 4mm+4mm, 5mm+5mm, and 6mm+6mm laminated glass, it becomes transparent, and when the current is cut off, it changes to opaque-like glass.
An electrode and a dedicated controller are required on one side of the glass, and it is connected to AC100V. The maximum production dimensions are 3,000 × 2,000 and rear projection by projector is possible.