Pixled (Bethel, CT) is introducing the 37mm, flexible, mesh F-37L LED video display, which is designed for backdrop and creative, LED applications.
The flexible mesh construction allows designers to wrap LEDs over any object or use it as a lightweight, flat-screen backdrop, offers the perfect combination of design flexibility and speed of deployment. The F-37L can be formed into any shape or molded over any object, but can equally be deployed as a flat LED video screen. Its lightweight construction, IP63 rating and roll-out design facilitate use indoors or outdoors.
The display incorporates Nichia SMD LEDs at a 37.5mm pixel pitch, both vertically and horizontally, to provide a light output of 2,300 nit. The viewing angles are greater than 120° vertically and horizontally. The panel measures 11.8 x 47.2 x 0.95 in. (30cm x 120cm x 2.4cm), and it weighs 5.11 lbs (2.32kg The maximum power draw per panel is less than 100 watts; an input frequency of 60 Hz; a refresh rate of greater than 240 Hz; and has an operating temperature range of -4° to 122° F (-20° to 50° C). Available in a white or black finish, the panel is CE and ETL listed.
(888) 349-9831, (305) 965-4982; www.pixled.com
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