At booth #EB5-01, the award-winning LED brand, Absen, showcased a cutting-edge Mini-LED lineup.
The Mini-LED lineup on display consisted of a newly-unveiled Mini-LED product for fixed indoor application, Acclaim A27 Pro, two 4K screens of the world’s first Mini-LED for rental & staging display, Aries series (AX1.5), and a 2k LED video wall for control room environment, CR0.9.
The updated all-in-one meeting room solution, Absenicon 2.0, was also demonstrated at the show.
Designed to empower presenters and captivate audiences, Absenicon series is perfect for meeting rooms, event spaces and lecture theatres.
Aiming to build a BETTER FINE PIXEL GENERATION, Absen had worked with upstream suppliers and developed a series of Mini-LED products for various applications of rental, data visualization and commercial displays etc. The company has obtained 16 Mini-LED patents among which there are 5 invention patents.
Packed with the latest in Integrated Matrix Device (IMD) 4-in-1 SMD package and Common Cathode (CC) technologies, Absen’s Mini-LED products are able to provide over 2.5 times the strength of traditional LED screens while consuming 20% less power.
At ISE 2019, Absen launched the world’s first Mini-LED rental display, Aries series (AX1.5), which was highly recognized by the international industry experts for its solid reliability, stunning visual performance and superb flatness.
It has been well received and genuinely mass-produced with a good number of panels being delivered and utilized in various rental events such as auto shows and TV broadcasting events around the world.
“The narrowing of LED gap means smaller welding area and higher requirements for welding crafts”, said Absen Marketing Manager of Rental Display, Lion Li “nevertheless, with IMD 4-in-1 pixel integration technology, repair becomes much easier due to the expanded operation area and improved PCB pad. It makes repairing an Absen Aries 1.5mm LED almost as easy as repairing a conventional PP2.5mm product”.
The 3 x Absen Mini-LED displays also boast the Common Cathode technology. Common Cathode technology independently supplies power to the RGB chip through high-precision voltage control, ensuring that each panel emits 20% less heat without compromising on brightness and color uniformity. This, in turn, prolongs the service life of the product.