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Common Cathode TechnologyJuly 15, 2016
SiliconCore has unveiled its first Common Cathode outdoor LED display, the Tulip Outdoor 3.9mm at InfoComm 2016 in Las Vegas. The display is IP65 rated, features 4500 Nits brightness and maintains spectacular contrast even in direct sunlight. This technological advance has been made possible due to the manufacturer’s unique Common Cathode technology and patented driver chip, which is at the core of all its products.
The Tulip Outdoor has a physical resolution of 65,536 pixels per square meter and accurate reproduction of 281 trillion colors at a wide viewing angle of 140 degrees.
Eric Li, CEO of SiliconCore explains:
“High resolution outdoor LED signage of less than 6mm pixel pitch, largely consisted of limited choices such as semi-outdoor LCD. The LCD platform however has limited effectiveness, brightness, and ability to face environmental challenges such as direct sunlight. As we continue to push the envelope of LED displays with Common Cathode technology, we look to transform the outdoor viewing market with our power efficiency while maintaining a higher level of color, contrast and brightness.”
SiliconCore’s Common Cathode technology has made this possible, reducing the power consumption up to 30%, thereby removing the need for additional cooling, extending the lifespan of the display and resulting in industry leading total cost of ownership.
Learn more about this new Common Cathode technology here and read the whole press release about Tulip here.