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2014-06-13

On May 29th, the 23rd PALM EXPO 2014 successfully rounded off at the China International Exhibition Center. The exhibition, covered a total floor space of100, 000 ㎡, set records with more than 1200 exhibitors, and all-around displayed the latest products, technology and resolutions at home and abroad.

On the fair, Ledman exhibited several LED displays, and every display had its own characteristics. U-Tile Plus series, specially designed for indoor rental applications, covered a number of pixel pitches, namely 4mm, 5mm, 6mm, 8mm and 10mm. U-Tile Plus series proved that products of different pixel pitches could use modules and cabinets of the same sizes. EA series, specially dedicated in outdoor rental applications, were high-end products that perfectly met EMC standards of European markets. Mesh series, exclusively designed for stage applications, were another hotspot. The two contiguous cabinets could result in a curved surface of a maximum angle of 15 degrees.

While none of those mentioned above were the real high points, for the real ones were Ledman’s latest developed outdoor high-resolution LED display P3.9 and P4.875. Their successful launch depended largely on the application of Black Diamond 2623, the Smallest Outdoor Full-color SMD Component. PALM EXPO, for its great influence in stage rental markets, was lucky enough to be chosen as the first publication of P3.9 and P4.875. Visitors, especially experts of LED industry, from all over the world, gave super high comments on them.

By making full use of its advantages in LED components, Ledman will lead the LED display market trend. In the near future, LED display will have to be light, thinner, and with higher definition. And Ledman, with no doubt, will continue to show the world products with much better competitiveness, together with more professional services.

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