Mini LED technology is a display technology that sits between traditional LED (Light Emitting Diode) displays and MicroLED displays. It is a form of backlighting used in LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) panels, aiming to improve performance, especially in terms of contrast, brightness, and power efficiency. Mini LED technology uses smaller LEDs as the backlight source for LCD screens, allowing for more precise and localized control of light across the screen.
It's important to note that Mini LED technology is a backlighting solution for LCD panels and does not offer the same self-emissive properties as MicroLED displays. In contrast, MicroLED displays use individual micro-sized LEDs as pixels and offer true self-emissive technology, providing precise control over each pixel's color and brightness without the need for a separate backlight. Traditional direct view LED technologies that use SMD and COB packaging are also self-emissive. However, Mini LED is much less expensive than MicroLED, putting it within reach of fine-pitch, direct view LED display customers who otherwise could not afford MicroLED, but with added benefits.
Here's how Mini LED technology works:
Mini LED technology represents a significant advancement in LED backlit LCD displays and is often considered a bridge technology towards fully self-emissive display technologies like MicroLED and OLED (Organic Light Emitting Diode).
Although Ad Art does not feature any Mini-LED based products at this time, Ad Art is keeping an eye on Mini-LED technology to see how it may be a good fit in future indoor digital display projects.
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