The FutureLED RENTAL series is largely based on our ECO series – without FCCC as “standard” and with FCCC as “ECO” if low power consumption is relevant. In both variants the proven and good SMD technology sealed with GOB is used. Especially in the rental sector – i.e. at events – this creates a smooth front surface that is easy to clean and also scores with insensitivity to dust, shocks and UV.
The LED modules of the RENTAL series come in an aspect ratio of 16:9. The standard and Eco single displays have a brightness of up to 1,500 cd/m². There is also a High Brightness version of the FCCC variant with up to 5,000 cd/m². Pixel sizes reach from 1.25 to 2.5 mm. Each LED module consists of 2 tiles, the aluminum housings have a thickness of 73 mm.
Particularly noteworthy is the extended temperature range from -20° to 60°C: Thus, the “RENTAL Walls” are also suitable for the covered outdoor or stage area!
In addition, the modules in the RENTAL series are accessible from the front as well as the back, and also contain a handle on the open back, which predestines them for quick and easy assembly and disassembly, e.g. at conferences or events.
Installation is cable-free: power, signal and LED modules are connected automatically by putting them together – saving time and errors. This means that the modules can be quickly assembled into huge video walls without the need for time-consuming cable plugging. A real win.
For our FutureLED RENTAL series, you can get optional warranty extensions and rental options including vandalism insurance.
The underlying technologies:
SMD stands for “surface mounted device,” a component that is mounted on a surface. In terms of our LED walls, these are the LEDs that are soldered with the connection surface directly onto a printed circuit board. The pixels are placed individually – which can be clearly felt when running a finger over them due to the rough surface. One advantage is that they can be easily repaired or replaced. SMD LEDs are among the smallest light sources in LED technology.
GOB stands for “Glue On Board”, a resin used to fill the gaps and create a flat surface in which the LED pixels are fully embedded. This protective layer effectively protects the image surface from mechanical damage, making it impact-resistant, and also insensitive to dust.
Optional: With ‘Flip Chip‘, the diodes are directly supplied with power from below. The previously necessary and visually 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.