FutureLED’s new large format GREEN series represents what is technically feasible in the LED video wall sector: The individual displays from which the walls are built are based on flip chip common cathode (FCCC) LEDs in the COB (chip-on-board) process and are particularly economical, bright and with a continuous front surface mechanically as well as insensitive to dust.
The FutureLED GREEN series has a brightness of up to 1,000 cd/m², so a High Brightness variant is not available. Pixel sizes range from 0.75 to 1.56 mm, in two enclosure sizes: standard (600 x 337.5 mm or 33.2 inch diagonal) and small (480 x 270 mm or 27.1 inch diagonal), in 16:9 aspect ratio. The additional, smaller case size allows for finer adjustments to the video wall width.
A special plus: The eight LED modules of a single display are housed in aluminum housings that are only 28 mm thin, and can therefore be perfectly integrated into walls, for example.
The absolute highlight: The extremely high black level with a contrast of 1 : 1,000,000 and the slim design predestine the GREEN series, for example, for home cinemas of the highest quality and fashion presentations or applications where HDR is required.
Time- and error-saving is the cable-free installation: Power, signal and LED modules are connected automatically by putting them together. This means that the modules can be quickly assembled into huge video walls without time-consuming cable plugging. A big plus.
Good to know: For our FutureLED GREEN series LED Walls, you can get optional warranty extensions and rental options including vandalism insurance.
The underlying technologies:
With ‘Flip Chip‘, the diodes are directly supplied with power from below. The previously necessary and optically restrictive wire connection on the top is thus superfluous. With the second technology, ‘Common Cathode‘, the direction of the current is – simply put – also reversed: the individual RGB diodes no longer receive power from a single source at the end of the circuit, but are at the beginning of the power supply, each channel has its own regulated access to the current and is only then grounded. This reduces stray losses and enables considerable energy savings of up to 40 percent.
COB stands for chip-on-board. With COB LEDs, several LED chips are mounted on a circuit board. This method has the advantage of producing larger luminous fluxes and thus brighter light than usual. In addition, you can no longer see transitions of the light, it shines at every point equally bright.