LCD pixel spacing is the repeated distance from pixel to pixel, there are points and screen size to determine the pixel spacing and the size of a pixel.


Pixel spacing, which is the size of the points, corresponds to the screen size to calculate the resolution.The higher the clarity (the more pixels there are), the smaller the spacing between the pixels, which is called high refinement.


For example, the pixel spacing of 10.4 frame VGA (640x480 pixels) is approximately 330um.


Column :(10.4x25.4) /640=0.3302 column :(10.4x25.4) /480=0.33.2


This pixel spacing, which is the size of the points, corresponds to the screen size to calculate the resolution.The higher the clarity (the more pixels there are), the smaller the spacing between the pixels, which is called high refinement


The difference between LCD point spacing and pixel spacing