2017-09-26

L.A. LIVE Experience Upgraded with 10 New S|Video™ LED Displays

Sansi North America (SNA) Displays is excited to announce the completion of a 10-screen project at L.A. LIVE, a sports and entertainment district located in downtown Los Angeles. The new display technology serves as an integral part of the ambiance at L.A. LIVE, home to the STAPLES Center, Microsoft Theater, and the GRAMMY Museum among other venues.
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2016-10-14

Osram Opto: Optical Designs and Black Body package Technology Potential in LED Displays

Osram Opto’s advanced optical designs and light contrast technology might one day be applied in next gen LED manufacturing, said Byron Liang the German lighting giant’s Marketing Manager of VIS LED department in its China branch.
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2013-08-12

Vishay Intertechnology Introduces 10 mm Standard SMD 7-Segment LED Displays

It is reported that Vishay Intertechnology introduced two new series of 10 mm standard surface-mount 7-segment LED displays in compact, low-profile packages on August 7, 2013. Utilizing AllnGap on GaAs chip technology for high luminous intensity to 2750 µcd typical, the VDMx10x0 and VDMx10A1 series displays are offered in super red, soft orange, yellow, and green for a wide range of applications. The devices released today offer evenly lighted, untinted segments and grey package surfaces. LED displays in the VDMx10A1 series feature common anode configurati...
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2010-03-25

Lumex: QuasarBrite High Temp 7-Segment LED Displays Provide Market-Leading Temperature Ranges up to 105˚C

Lumex announces the global launch of its QuasarBrite High-Temperature Seven-Segment numeric LED Display technology capable of providing bright, crisp display performance in market-leading temperature ranges up to 105°C. The new high-temp seven-segment ¼ watt LED displays are available in sizes from 0.28 inch to 4 inch character height and come with complementary integration support from Lumex´s team of Technical Design Specialists.
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2010-03-12

Sharp 7-inch industrial displays with LED backlighting

Sharp unveils a new range of industrial displays with 7" diagonal screen and LED backlighting. The 16:9 format, 7" diagonal is emerging as the new standard for numerous portable test, measurement and input devices spanning all industrial sectors - logistics, transport, medicine, vehicle manufacturing and repair, the hotel trade and catering, etc - and various consumer applications such as pocket PCs, media players and electronic picture frames.
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2010-02-03

Planar Announces Its First LED Illuminated Video Wall Displays

The Revolutionary Clarity LED Series Offers Reliable 24/7 Operation and Superior Visual Performance
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2010-02-01

APCUS Technologies LED displays win big at ORU

Apcus Technologies, an LED displays manufacturer, adds another center-hung screen using Cree's LEDs to its growing portfolio of installations accross the United States, Canada, Nova Scotia, and Germany. "We are proud to be apart of the sports industry among others providing state of the art LED displays at an affordable price." says Ron Randall, President
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2010-01-28

LEDs Used in Signage/Professional Displays Global Market Review & Forecast (2009-2015)

ElectroniCast Consultants, announced the release of a new market forecast of the global market consumption of packaged Light Emitting Diodes (LEDs) used in signage and professional displays.  The consumption value will increase with rising quantity growth largely offset by declining average prices. 
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2008-06-12

LED Displays Rise In Popularity, Brightening Suppliers' Outlooks

LEDs will lead, and soon. A new report by iSuppli says 90% of notebook PC screens will be made of light emitting diodes within four years, up from a mere 3% last year. The research firm says sales of notebook PCs with LED screens will jump to more than 17 million units this year from about 3 million last year. This is good news to makers of LED chips. Such companies include Monolithic Power Systems, (MPWR) Cree, (CREE) Philips Lumileds, (PHG) Agilent (A) and privately held Luminous Devices.
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Cree announces the commercial availability of the XLamp® XD16 LED, the industry’s first Extreme Density LED, which delivers up to 5 ½ times higher lumen density than Cree’s previous generation of high power LEDs.

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LG Innotek today announced that the company has developed the world's first 100mW (mill watts) UV-C LED. This development is 2 years ahead of the industry forecast that predicted its development would be successful by 2020.

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