Tag Archives: LEDs

LED displays: The basics of binning

To avoid the outsized impact on performance differences between diodes, manufacturers, at the request of display manufacturers, sort newly created diodes through a classification process that groups together like diodes based on three separate metrics.

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Choosing the right display for video walls

Over the past decade, video walls have become an increasingly popular digital signage choice. This is because they are particularly effective at engaging people and delivering messages efficiently. They offer larger, higher resolution images than a single display, and they can be built to almost any configuration to fit a specific space or purpose.

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Midway bulbs shine bright

In August 2017, Adidas Originals in Toronto’s trendy Queen Street West neighbourhood re-opened its doors following a significant renovation project. The location was the brand’s first ‘neighbourhood concept’ store to open in Canada—a boutique with a design containing distinct elements reminiscent of the area it is located in.

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Creating ‘faux’ neon signs

While neon illumination is still part of today’s sign industry, LEDs have largely replaced it, both for skeletal ‘script’ designs and inside channel letters. These so-called ‘faux’ neon applications have become increasingly popular because they better meet clients’ requirements in terms of energy consumption and safety.

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