[Video] Electronic displays must comply with RoHS standard

by Maureen Perroni, on April 20, 2016

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As smartphones and tablets grow in popularity, sales of electronic displays will only increase. The market for these displays is expected to reach $733.7 billion by 2022, according to a study by Grand View Research.

Consumers are drawn to devices with high screen resolutions and color accuracy. But many of these screens contain hazardous substances. Manufacturers cannot invest in new technology unless they contend with the cost of complying with the RoHS standard.

Updating product labels to reflect the materials contained within can be complicated. Sometimes, it's easier to use different materials than to manually adjust labeling. Enterprise barcode labeling software allows users to automate the process and make changes more efficiently.

Updating product labels to reflect the materials contained within can be complicated. Sometimes, it's easier to use different materials than to manually adjust labeling. Enterprise barcode labeling software allows users to automate the process and make changes more efficiently.

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