SiliconCore Technology, manufacturer of LED displays and laser diode controls, has recently announced its LED In Silicon Array (LISA) platform. The manufacturer’s range of ultra fine pixel pitch LED displays will also be on display at NAB 2017 in stand C3743.
The Milpitas, Calif.-based company says that with the launch of its LED In Silicon Array (LISA) platform, it has successfully implemented Chip On Board (COB) manufacturing. This achievement, SiliconCore says, that when combined with its Common Cathode technology offers integration professionals a versatile large-format display platform.
“The LISA manufacturing method allows our engineers to work in precise levels of detail by streamlining the manufacturing process and improving the structural integrity of the module to ensure pixels cannot be damaged during installation and throughout the products’ lifetimes,” says Eric Penot, COO, SiliconCore.
“This is the future of LED display creation and will over time replace the industry norm of Surface-Mount Device [SMD]. As an integrated silicon-based solution, economies in scale are expected to be reached opening even larger opportunities for high-resolution LED displays in public spaces and high-quality solutions for corporate, retail and rental clients,” Penot adds.
LED In Silicon Array (LISA) Delivers Reliability & Performance
SiliconCore first showed its LISA platform at ISE 2017 in Amsterdam earlier this year. The company expects to begin shipping the LED in Silicon
During ISE 2017 in Amsterdam, SiliconCore first showed LISA. The company says the platform is expected to begin shipping in June.
Offering users a 1.9mm pixel pitch display, LISA is described as a solution that is a departure from the normal SMD manufacturing process. The company says that LISA bonds individual light emitting diodes (LEDs) to PCBs to eliminate SMDs to make boards more rigid and robust.
From a performance perspective, SiliconCore says its manufacturing process enables the LISA platform to produce improved color uniformity, while reducing color shift.
LISA can be used in applications including command and control rooms, corporate environments, retail settings and even residential home theaters. The company also says LISA is applicable to high-traffic public spaces and outdoor installations because of its build quality.
SiliconCore says LISA can produce LED displays with pixel pitches up to 10mm and brightness levels as high as 8,000 nits.