The LED tiles of the product series D are the ideal LED light source for all applications in which surfaces need to be played with excellent lighting quality.
The reason: The D Series LED tiles combine high-quality, efficient RGB LEDs and warm white 2000K LEDs. The combination of the two LEDs enables a lighting quality (Ra>90) in white light that would not be possible with white light mixed from RGB LEDs (Ra<40). In addition, the additional white complements the spectrum of RGB LEDs considerably.
The LED tiles of the D series are easy to control with video sources. An internal colour processing takes care of the pixel-perfect conversion from RGB to RGBW. It takes into account the spectrometrically measured colour and brightness data of each individual LED for perfect lighting and backlighting results. The white LED is thus automatically included in the colour rendering, but can also be controlled separately via a fourth channel.
The LED tiles of the series D belong to Generation 3 and in addition to DMX, can also read the Dynamic-Pixel-Bus protocol (DPB). By using the DPB, more LED tiles per output of a system power supply are available – up to 3,072 channels. A variable transmission rate enables the best, customized balance of channel count, frame and error rate. When video signals are used, a system-wide synchronization (System Wide Sync) prevents image distortion. The system speed can therefore easily reach the 60fps update rate and switching between DMX and DPB is possible at all times.
The tile firmware can be updated from a central point via the network with the System Power Supply 4E, which also means that future standards or developments can be supported. Each Tile sends status information such as temperature, data error rate, input voltage or LED defects back to the control system and therefore enabling a problem-free remote diagnosis.
Power supply and control takes place via the System Power Supply 4E, the DPB Pixel-Router, the DPB Pixel-Router Pro or the Sys One. Pixel-accurate control of the D Series LED tiles can be achieved with lighting boards, media servers or with our Pixel-Gate video converter via the Ethernet interface of the controllers.