SiliconCore Unveiling Patented New 1.2mm 4K HDR LED display at Infocomm 2017

by on June 6, 2017

Juan Carlos Ropel, June 6, 2017

SiliconCore, a specialized, cutting-edge developer of LED displays, will be launching its new patented ZACH LED driver chip at Infocomm 2017.

The result of three years of research and development, ZACH stands for Z(Impedance) Adjustment for Color Homogeneity.

The technology built in these screens detects the impedance variation of each LED and quickly applies an adjustment compensation. The ZACH chip allows SiliconCore displays, already known for their high levels of peak brightness performance, to also provide accurate color reproduction and uniformity at low brightness levels.

Eric Li, CEO of SiliconCore stated that “This new chip is a breakthrough for LED Displays, producing a fully immersive picture quality for simulation and highly detailed image applications.”


Showcased as a 4K HDR 1.2mm LED Display at InfoComm 2017, SiliconCore will be demonstrating their new technology by incorporating the ZACH chips into their screen, allowing it to offer a impressive dynamic range of over 18,000 to 1 or over 14 bits, and achieve color depths of way beyond rec. 2020 standards (something we’d love to see tested before believing it). SiliconCore is also implementing Common Cathode Technology (CCT) into their new LED displays, which enables 4K or other types of UHD screens with a pixel pitch as low as 0.95mm, This 4K display technology can also achieve uniform maximum brightness of over 1,800 nits and minimum brightness under 0.1Nits., making the company’s screens ideal for cinema and simulation environments.

The Lavender 1.2mm, Magnolia 1.5 and Camellia 0.95 will be the first series of products with the ZACH LED drivers integrated. These are slated for release in July of this year.

Readers who happen to be in Orlando between June 10th and 16th can themselves stop by Infocomm 2017 and visit SiliconCore’s booth, number 4660. The company will be doing a demonstration of the new ZACH LED driver chip, alongside SiliconCore’s LISA technology platform, for the market into 2018.

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