Bi-Color LEDs Form 16 x 32 Array

April 6, 2004
Exploiting high-brightness, AlInGaP chip-style lamp technology, the company's reportedly super-bright red and green, bi-color SMD LEDs form an array of 16 x 32 pixels that are suitable for a variety of message- and sign-board applications. The LEDs

Exploiting high-brightness, AlInGaP chip-style lamp technology, the company's reportedly super-bright red and green, bi-color SMD LEDs form an array of 16 x 32 pixels that are suitable for a variety of message- and sign-board applications. The LEDs are offered as a lamp module with built-in driver ICs that allow users to display high-resolution graphics and scrolling messages via microprocessor controls. They feature a stackable design that promises the flexibility to form large message signboards and a color and brightness pre-sort feature that provides board-to-board uniformity. Custom board sizes, pixel pitch, and RGB full-color options are available. For further information and pricing, call LITEON TRADING USA INC., Milpitas, CA. (408) 946-4573.

Company: LITEON TRADING USA INC.

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