SiliconCore showcases Z.A.C.H. technology in Amsterdam

SPONSORED: SiliconCore showcases Z.A.C.H. technology and future innovations at ISE 2018

SiliconCore Technology, leaders in fine pixel pitch displays will showcase its new Z.A.C.H driver technology at ISE 2018, featured in its displays on stand 10-S155. A number of innovative solutions will be showcased at the booth along with more technology break throughs featured in a whisper suite.

Taking center stage will be the company’s latest LED driver, showcased for the first time in Europe. This exclusive technology gives SiliconCore displays market-leading dynamic range and color reproduction. Z.A.C.H. – which stands for Z(Impedance) Adjustment for Color Homogeneity – technology embedded to accurately detect impedance variations of each LED and applies an adjustment compensation. This means a marked improvement in grey scale linearity for greater details in the shadows with a much higher dynamic range and wider color gamut to be able to take advantage of the many flavors of HDR content being viewed on the screen.

When combined with SiliconCore’s exclusive low power Common Cathode Technology (CCT), a 4K screen with the Z.A.C.H LED driver can achieve uniform maximum brightness of over 1,800 Nits and minimum brightness under 0.1 Nits. The effective dynamic range is over 18,000 to one or over 14 bits, while reproduction of color can be achieved at rec .2020 color gamut, which is fast becoming an industry standard.

SiliconCore leads  the way in displaying content that achieves true to life and vivid imagery, changing the way large format displays are being used. On the stand the new Z.A.C.H. technology will be used to demonstrate striking 3D content, showing how 3D visualization is being used today in a variety of industries.

The team’s latest phase in its LISA technology development will also be on display. Visitors including digital signage and rental companies will be able to evaluate it for projects requiring high resolution, fast installation, and a protected robust design.

LISA is a dramatic departure from the usual SMD manufacturing process, SiliconCore has removed SMD LED’s altogether and instead bonded the individual LED’s directly to the PCB. This exclusive process greatly reduces the number of failure points along with improving manufacture quality, while also making each module mechanically more robust and rigid, thereby increasing durability. This unique process also brings significant visual benefits including improved color uniformity and reduced color shift. LISA creates a new wave in immersive LED displays with increasingly smaller pixel pitch resolutions, and more efficient and durable designs.

SiliconCore’s industry-firsts do not stop there; the upcoming year promises to hold even more innovations in LED manufacturing, as the company prepares to unveil further developments. These updates will be discussed with key customers and partners at the show exclusively in its Whisper Suite, where appointments can be booked directly with SiliconCore Technology sales staff. 

Eric Li explained: “This has been an incredible year for SiliconCore, as we lead the market for large scale narrow pixel pitch displays in both America and EMEA. We’ve installed many of the world’s flagship LED projects including Wynn Sportsbook in Las Vegas and a ground breaking 49m (150 foot ) command and control display for ADNOC in Dubai.

“SiliconCore continuously strives to explore new avenues of technology, relentlessly pushing the boundaries of LED manufacturing, and this coming year will be no exception.”

SiliconCore’s booth will feature 0.95mm through 1.9mm pixel pitch displays, showcasing Z.A.C.H. and an array of new market leading advancements in LED technology.

Visit SiliconCore at booth 10-S155 at ISE from 6th to 9th February at the RAI in Amsterdam

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