LG is preparing to launch its first MicroLED display. The Korean giant had already presented some prototypes at important sector events: we remember the 173 "shown at IFA 2018. The model that will come on the market shortly is a product for large commercial installations. The code name is LSAB009. As for all MicroLEDs manufactured so far are a modular display made up of blocks that can be assembled to create different types of screens.
LG speaks of an installation that does not require cables for the signal and the power supply; the solution adopted should therefore be the same that we also find on the latest LED Signage displays (LSAA model). Each block has a resolution of 640 x 360 pixels. The "pixel pitch" (generally referred to as the pitch, or the distance between the pixels) is 0.9 millimeters. It follows that to make a screen with Ultra HD resolution it is necessary to go up to 163 ".
The specifications report a peak brightness of 1,200 cd / m2 – nits, a maximum brightness of 600 cd / m2 – nits (non-peak) and a contrast ratio that ranges between 50,000 and 100,000: 1. All modules are treated with an anti-glare filter which should guarantee an excellent black yield in any situation.
Availability is tentatively scheduled for August. At the moment there are no indications on the price which will presumably be very high (it is not, moreover, a product for the mass market).
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