Some Technical Parameters of Full Color LED Display

Publisher: Supplier of LED Display Time: 2022-03-29 14:20 Views: 707

The full-color LED display adopts the international 65536 (16bit) level grayscale control technology, which completely solves the mosaic phenomenon of the full-color LED display in low grayscale display, so that the displayed image transitions naturally, the color is delicate and bright, and the video is fully realized. True restoration of the source.


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The display contrast ratio of the full-color LED display reaches 6400:1, which makes the displayed image clear and clear, and overcomes the influence of the full-color LED display by the change of external brightness.


The full-color LED display adopts the driver board-level grayscale control technology, integrates the nonlinear correction function into the driver board chip, and adopts the 65536 (16bit)-level grayscale correction technology, which greatly improves the data transmission rate and improves the system stability. , Drive the LED tube in a non-linear correction way, so that the full-color LED display can adapt to the non-linear needs of the human eye, so as to display a vivid and realistic video picture, and the image is more stable.


The full-color LED display adopts a constant current drive circuit, which ensures the stability and reliability of the LED light-emitting tube, prolongs the service life of the LED light-emitting tube, and ensures the consistency of the brightness of the LED light-emitting tube.


The full-color LED display screen can be individually adjusted to the full-color LED display screen and the brightness and contrast of each unit module through the software on-site. It has a memory function to ensure the consistency of the brightness of the entire display screen.


The full-color LED display adopts system redundancy technology, which can realize two-way data transmission of the system scanning controller. One of the scanning controllers is damaged or the level connection failure does not affect the normal display of the entire screen.