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Go Green--Power Efficient Version

What? 340W for a 16mm outdoor DIP at its peak power consumption? Impossible! Are you joking?
No. We joke when having a coffee or tea, but not in business. It is true that we can reach 340W for a 16mm outdoor DIP, and 220W for a 20mm at maximum power consumption, at the brightness of about 7,000nits. Please don’t be surprised at people being so surprised at these figures, as from a regular 16mm being at 1100W at the peak power consumption dropping down to 340W, we are talking about 69% drop of power consumption. That certainly can be a good reason why people are surprised.
But “Impossible” is more often than not spoken by “incompetent” people. Opportunities are often hidden in disguise of “Impossibles”. There is no secret in technologies, but there are keys to knowhow, i.e. you must be dedicated to it in order to be professional. Our team have spent week after week, month after month in designing and testing to find, and eventually to prove the knowhow, until that we have all the facts.

Another example is: with a 4.27mm outdoor, we can reach about 190W of maximum power consumption at the brightness of 5,000nits. How can that be possible. I agreed, it was not possible until we made it.
These could be a bit extreme examples, but in general, getting 25% lower than regular power consumption without getting the cost 5% higher for most of the cases is a fact. With the cost going up at 15%, you can get a significant reduce of 35% of the power consumption.
If you are experienced enough, you may notice this is not only for power saving, it would bring you other benefits:
1. You will have longer lifespan for your displays, as the power consumption gets lower, the temperature of your display gets lower, and this is good for its durability;
2. You will have better status for EMC control.

Come talk to us. We will provide you the best balance between one-time cost and long-term benefits.
What are the factors that make up of power efficiency?
Power consumption has a lot to do with
1. Voltage;
2. Driver;
3. Quality and performance of led;
4. Power supply unit;
5. Brightness;
6. Temperature of the unit;
Other relatively minor factors are quality of PCB, quality of the circuits, and quality of the cables. These minor factors may make smaller difference than the previous 6 factors.

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