Jun 11.2014

Unilumin released world's highest density LED screen

Unilumin Group Co.,Ltd, the professional LED display and lighting manufacturer in China, recently released the world’s highest density LED screen which features 0.8mm pixel pitch, this product can be a big hit to the video wall market, especially for the control room market where rear projection cubes (RPC) and super narrow bezel(SNB) display are used.

The video wall market grew nearly 60% CAGR from 2009 to 2013, according to Futuresource Consulting. Ultra high density LED display is expected to be a significant disruptive technology forthe video wall market in the coming years, “Now, we have 0.8mm product, next we will develop 0.6mm LED display product”, according to Vincent Ma, GM of Unilumin Group, “It represents the highest design and technical standards in theglobal LED screen industry, we took 2 years and 118 R&D people to completethe job, we are very proud to make it.”

“Only a few manufacturers are able to develop this product, because it is not only about intensive technology but also the intensive fund supply, the cost is pretty high in researching, organizing manufacturing and setting demosto promote the product. Unilumin has 118 people in R&D team and acquired 211patents in design, utility, etc, plus we have strong finance support since Unilumin went public in 2011,these factors explains why Unilumin can be the first company to release the 0.8mm ultra high density LED display. ”Says Vincent Ma.

Unilumin UTV series ultra high density LED display covers from 0.8mm,1.0mm, 1.2mm, 1.4mm to 1.6mm, 1.9mm and 2.5mm products, system designers or integrators will have several choices in terms of the application, room and budget. The key competitiveness is zero bezel feature, vibrant image, high reliability and long life span. According to Vincent Ma, UTV series LED display features 16 bit grey scale, 3200 Hz refresh rate, 5000:1 contrast ratio, plus it is 7/24 reliable with 100,000 hrs life span.

UTV series LED products can be widely applied in control rooms, retail displays, public displays as well as broadcast areas, etc.