Join SiliconCore at Integrate Expo, Australia’s leading AV, live production and systems integration event on stand B39 from 23 rd -25 th August to experience its array of ultra fine pixel pitch LED displays including the new Camellia 0.95mm.
SiliconCore’s award winning and first sub one mm pixel pitch display will be showcased in Full HD resolution, achieved at just an 82” diagonal size. The superb contrast ratio and grey scale qualities are maintained even at full 1700 Nits brightness and from the minimum viewing distance of less than one metre, perfect for close proximity and direct view applications.
SiliconCore’s Common Cathode technology has made the entrance into the sub 1mm pitch possible. This technology allows for a reduction in power consumption by up to 30%, reducing the heat output of the displays, thereby removing the need for additional cooling.
Glenn Bailey, Vice President APAC at SiliconCore explains:
“This marks the first time that the Camellia 0.95mm LED display will be showcased in Australia so it’s a great opportunity for integrators to get up close and personal with the product and witness our technology first hand. In addition to Common Cathode technology, our next generation of chips power 640 pixels per chip; a benchmark that represents a doubling in the scan rate, a four-fold increase in processing speed and a five-fold increase in pixel processing per driver. This is crucial for maintaining perfect image and video quality without sacrificing elements like brightness or contrast whereas other manufacturers may be forced into compromises.”
Visitors to the event in Sydney will also have the opportunity see firsthand the incredible advances of LED for direct view applications as the award winning Lavender 1.2mm will be presented in 2K resolution, with a minimum recommended viewing distance of just one meter. This advance in image quality combined with true seamlessness is ideal for corporate, command and control, simulation and retail environments.
The Orchid 1.9mm LED display will be presented in Full HD resolution and visible from any angle of approach for 160⁰ viewing. This has been designed with broadcast, retail and control room installations in mind, featuring a maximum brightness of 2000 Nits and displaying Full HD at 165” diagonal size.