Package of (73) LED Screen, 20mm SMD in excellent condition.
|Condition||Excellent / Few Scratches|
Used on various events. Cleaned and maintained by in house technicians.
(73) LED Screen, 20mm SMD
(18) Quad Flight Cases
All AC and Signal Cables included.
Weight: ≤9.5kg/m, ≤23.5kg/tile
Pixel Pitch: 20mm
Pixel Configuration: 1R1G1B (SMD 5050)
Luminosity: 3500 cd/m
Horizontal 120 (50% Brightness)
Vertical - 120 (50% Brightness)
Resolution: 2500 pixel/m
White Balance Color Temperature: 6500K 300K
Scanning Mode: Static
Processing Depth: 14 bit
Date Refresh Rate: 600 Hz
Total Colors: 4.398 trillion
Power Supply: 90V AC to 264V AC
Working Voltage: 5V DC
Ingress Protection: IP 65
Lifetime of the LED: 100,000 Hours
Mean Time Between Failures: 5,000 Hours
Ambient Temperature: -20 ~ 40C
Relative Humidity: 10% ~ 90%
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