SiliconCore Presents 0.95mm LED Display at InfoComm 2016

Join SiliconCore at Infocomm in Las Vegas on Booth N948 from June 8-10th, to experience its array of ultra fine pixel pitch LED displays including the new Camellia 0.95mm. Along with the new front access displays, SiliconCore ensures optimum image quality at high resolutions with its patented LED driver chip and unique Common Cathode technology.

The Camellia 0.95mm is SiliconCore’s smallest pixel pitch display to date and will be showcased in striking 4K resolution, achieved at 165” diagonal with no bezels. The display features superb contrast ratio and grey scale qualities. At 1700 Nits brightness and less than three feet viewing distance, the Camellia 0.95mm is perfect for close proximity and direct view applications, opening up possibilities to utilize LED displays for control rooms, corporate boardrooms, as well as lobbies and broadcast studios.

The SiliconCore booth will also feature the Lavender 1.2mm at 110” diagonal, Magnolia 1.50mm at 130” diagonal and Orchid 1.9mm at 165” diagonal, all 1080P resolution.

SiliconCore displays can be found throughout the show, with a Magnolia 1.50mm screen in 1080P resolution being used by Infocomm to share news about the latest launches in the IoT Pavillion. RP Visual Solutions will be demonstrating its rear service structure using a Lavender 1.2mm display on Booth N521 while a 4K resolution Magnolia 1.50mm display will be sharing Crestron’s key messages on Booth C7008. A Magnolia display in 1080P resolution will feature for the first time on Peerless-AV’s Booth C8325 and Stewart Film Screen’s Booth C7425 will include a Peony 2.6mm display.

Eric Li, CEO of SiliconCore explains:

“We are pleased to provide a variety of award winning screens in various applications and pixel pitches for visitors to experience at Infocomm 2016. As screen resolutions and pixel densities increase, we continue to focus on forward advancements in streamlining components, such as our patented LED driver chip. It powers 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.”

SiliconCore’s Common Cathode technology has made these developments possible. This technology reduces the heat output of displays, thereby removing the need for additional cooling, extending the lifespan beyond 100,000 hours and resulting in lower power consumption for industry leading total cost of ownership.