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InfoComm 2015 Must See: SiliconCore’s Smallest Pixel Pitch LED Display

What is pixel pitch and why is it so important to consider when choosing an LED display? Visit SiliconCore at InfoComm 2015 to find out.>

CI Staff

SiliconCore will demo its newest LED displays at booth #4679 of this year’s InfoComm show.

Eric Li, CEO of SiliconCore, took the time to talk to CI about what the company has planned for integrators visiting its booth at InfoComm 2015, June 17-19 in Orlando.

If we learn about only one product innovation in your InfoComm booth, what should it be?

Our smallest pixel pitch LED display, the Lavender 1.2mm, will be showcased at InfoComm 2015, presented in Full HD resolution achieved at a diagonal diameter of just 110″. This revolutionary pixel pitch, which has a minimum viewing distance of under one meter, is making the benefits of LED accessible to new markets, including for close proximity and direct view experiences in sizes comparable to traditional large format displays.

This is ideal for corporate lobbies, presentation suites, auditoriums and command and control centers, where color reproduction, ultra wide viewing angles and low power consumption, achieved by the unique Common Cathode driver, are all essential specifications.

As a preview, check out SiliconCore’s LED displays shown at ISE 2015.

What if we have time to see one more thing?

The Magnolia 1.50mm LED features a whopping 444.9k pixels per square meter so will definitely capture the attention of visitors! This is being displayed in a 6m x 1.6m approximate formation with a 40 degree curve, creating an immersive viewing experience perfect for applications where engagement and high levels of detail are key, such as simulation, auditoriums, virtual balconies on cruise ships, broadcast backdrops and corporate lobbies.

What’s one last impression you’d like us to take away from your InfoComm booth?

SiliconCore has made this revolutionary pixel pitch available due to the unique way we manufacturer the LED display, using the Common Cathode driver rather than the traditional Common Anode. This patented solution is much more efficient at generating a given brightness for a given amount of power, ensuring that less is wasted as heat, reducing power consumption and increasing the lifespan of the display.

This results in market leading total cost of ownership by increasing the lifespan to over 100,000 hours, enhancing the viewing angle to 160° and negating the need for additional HVAC infrastructure, which can be costly and noisy.

Learn more about the Common Cathode LED display technology.

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