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FAQ

Visibility

LED visibility refers to the ability to perceive and see light emitted by light-emitting diodes (LEDs). Visibility is a critical factor in various applications where LEDs are used, including displays, indicators, signs, lighting, and more. Several factors affect LED visibility, and optimizing it is essential for ensuring that the LED serves its intended purpose effectively. …

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Stand-alone Display

A stand-alone display, in the context of digital technology, refers to a self-contained electronic display system that operates independently without the need for external devices or connections, such as a computer or a network. Stand-alone displays are designed to showcase content, information, or advertisements and are commonly used in various commercial, retail, and public environments. …

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Stand-alone Display

A stand-alone LED display, often referred to as a “stand-alone LED sign” or “stand-alone LED screen,” is a self-contained electronic display system that can operate independently without the need for a separate computer or external device. Stand-alone LED displays are commonly used in various applications for presenting information, advertising, or engaging with an audience. Here …

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SMD Top LED

“SMD Top LED” refers to a specific type of surface-mount device (SMD) LED package design. It’s worth noting that “Top LED” is a term used by some manufacturers to describe a particular style or configuration of SMD LEDs. Here are some key features and characteristics of SMD Top LEDs: 1.Surface Mount Design: Like other SMD …

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RGB

RGB stands for “Red, Green, Blue,” and it refers to a color model and a method of mixing colors to create a wide range of colors on electronic displays, including LED displays, computer monitors, television screens, and digital projectors. In the RGB color model, colors are created by combining different intensities of red, green, and …

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Plasma Display

Plasma display is a technology that was commonly used for television screens and large-format displays before the widespread adoption of LED/LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) technology. It is based on a different set of principles and materials compared to LED/LCD displays. Here are some key characteristics and features of plasma displays: 1.Gas Discharge Technology: Plasma displays …

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Pixel

In the context of LED displays and digital screens, a “pixel” is a fundamental element of the display that represents the smallest discrete unit of the visual content. The term “pixel” is short for “picture element,” and it plays a crucial role in determining the resolution, clarity, and overall quality of the displayed images and …

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LED

Light-Emitting Diodes (LEDs) are semiconductor devices that emit light when an electric current passes through them. LEDs are widely used for various lighting and display applications due to their energy efficiency, long lifespan, durability, and versatility. Here are some key features and applications of LEDs: 1.Key Features of LEDs: (1)Energy Efficiency: LEDs are highly energy-efficient …

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IP Protection

IP protection, in the context of LEDs (Light-Emitting Diodes) and electronic devices, typically refers to the level of protection provided by an Ingress Protection (IP) rating. IP ratings are standardized codes used to indicate the degree of protection against the intrusion of solid objects (like dust and particles) and liquids (such as water) into electronic …

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