We provide a complete range of solution with respect to Display Panel, A Panel can be LED / SMD Based LED / LPD Display based on the user requirement we can design a video wall / Globe Type Display / Curved Screen Etc.
LED is another new technology which also has captured many of the consumer’s choices. It is known as led since the backlight used in it is normally a fluorescent light and it is used instead of using a normal backlight. But, there is always the LCD there which gives the screen information and helps us having the view. So, it’s even better if it is called LED Backlit LCD. The LED technology has been embedded in many ways. One of the ways is to have the LEDs at the edge of screen. Inside the display, there is a component named defuser which is responsible for the distribution of the light that comes through the whole back. Another method to use this technology is the usage of a whole array of LEDs. This array isn’t just there on the edges, but they are spread across the all back side of the display. Hence the display gets lighter since it has more control of it. There is new type of LED too which has been introduced. It’s called the organic LED display. It is created of some organic material which lights up if it is provided with a current. The cost of such LED is pretty low and this LED is mostly used in the mobile phones due to it fast speed and the good response time. The angel of viewing is also pretty wide. It all happens since the material used inside it is pretty organic.
SMD Technology Based Display
“SMD LED” is an abbreviation for Surface-Mounted-Device Light-Emitting Diode. An SMD LED Module is a type of LED module that uses Surface-mount technology (SMT) to mount LED chips on printed circuit boards (PCB). It is a self-contained Surface-Mount LED device designed either to function on its own or to plug into a compatible unit.
Other types of LED lighting that are not SMD are the newer and more powerful luminescence COB (chip on board) and MCOB (multi-COB), finally there are the older DIP LEDS, “Dual In Line Package”, DIP LED providing only low luminescence.
Laser Phosphor Display (LPD) is a large-format display technology that is similar to cathode ray tube (CRT) technology but uses lasers instead of an electron gun to activate the phosphors that create the images. LPD was invented and patented by Prysm, Inc. LPD competes with liquid crystal display (LCD), plasma display panel (PDP), and other large-format display technologies.
LPD uses a set of movable mirrors to direct light from several ultra-violet lasers onto a screen made of a plastic-glass hybrid material coated with color phosphor stripes. The lasers scan the screen line by line from top to bottom. The energy from the lasers’ light activates the phosphors, which emit photons, producing an image.
The technology was unveiled in January 2010, and in June 2010, the first embodiment of this technology, the TD1 Tile, was launched.The TD1 tile is a 25-inch diagonal, bezel-free, tile-based building block. A variable number of TD1 Tiles can be arranged in arbitrary configurations to form videowalls in various sizes and shapes. Prysm began shipping TD1 tiles in February 2011.