Thank you all: I understand English is not your first language and appreciate your efforts and work.
IXBT is not a walk in the park for an English only reader.
Akarma, I have found one member of the forum on the page you linked called darklostsoul, who attached a photo, later a couple post later he described what he had determined.
Originally Posted by darklostsoul IXBT translated
conclusion from the information which he received:
1 - maybe a-mva (met several opinions that 61 ** do not put s-pva)
2 and 6th - psa s-pva (judging by TH01 in 6100) ...
3 4 5 7 and 8 are likely to s-pva
9 - no idea
10 - s-pva? (especially surprised by the level of black, beside him stood three Samsa 6100 6200 6400 compared with him .... heaven and earth, even under considerable light store)
11 - psa a-mva
Taking what I have learned from hristoslav2 posting of original year of tech, All the model numbers with 'F' are 2013. The model number with 'EH' is a 2012. Each of these types of Model can still be in production with a respective manufacturing date in the current year,
What I'm getting at here is that members here do seem to want to obtain an S-PVA panel. I've asked recently what a 2012/2013 model year S-PVA panel looks like, so now I have a reference.
On a side note of my own clarification, I noticed a huge picture on IXBT from hristoslav2. I've been, what some may call, hung up on panelooks designator of my panel identified as SVA.
As an information hub, the use of precise terminology would be expected, yet I'm now of mind that they take liberty to use shortened acronyms per a technical PDF.
I focus on EMD chemicals write up
"PS-VA stands for polymer stabilized vertical alignment.
Mostly I've seen this called PSA Polymer Stabilized Alignment
. ~ Leaving out the vertical.
I'm now of thought that SVA - Stabilized Vertical Alignment
. ~ Leaving out the polymer
Each of these meaning or attempting to mean the same matrix.
I'm Good now Otto