There has been much excitement about Micro LED displays. The technology miniaturizes conventional LED structure to micron scale and removes sapphire substrate thereby bringing impressive technology advantages such as high brightness, resolution and delivering advanced display performance.

At ISE this year, Leyard created a buzz as the company showcased its 216 inches 8K Micro Led wall with the 0.625mm fine pixel pitch with 4-in-1 RGB LED. Fast forward and Leyard has launched a range of micro-pitch LED display products under the TX platform series.

Leyard’s TX platform featuring micro-pitch LED is the company’s newest series of products that inherit the excellent performance of Leyard’s fine pitch LED display. The TX series features pixel pitch sizes from 0.625 to 2.42 that are ideal for indoor 4K and 8K resolution ranging in display sizes of 52 inches up to 540 inches, giving designers and integrators superior creative flexibility. With Leyard’s micro-pitch TX LED series it is now possible to set up a 4K 108 inches display with the 0.625mm pixel pitch, thus making it an excellent choice for meeting rooms and control rooms in the 5G era.

The TX micro-pitch LED platform consists of the following:
– TXS series offering pixel pitch sizes 0.625, 0.78, 0.93, 1.25, 1,56, 1.87 and 2.42.
– TXC series offering all of the above pixel pitch sizes except for the 0.625.
– TXF series offering pixel pitch sizes 0.93, 1.25, 1,56, 1.87 and 2.42.
– TXP series offering pixel pitch sizes 0.93, 1.25, 1,56, 1.87

The TXS displays offer rear access for maintenance. The TXC displays are concave where the minimum radius of the curvature is 1.5mm, with access to maintenance from the rear. The TXF displays offer front access for maintenance and the TXP displays also offer full front access but are ultra slim at just 20mm depth.

The TX series offers a range of technology advantages. The common cathode drive mode allows precise voltage control that helps reduce heat generation and power consumption thereby also improving the average life of the LEDs. Calibration of brightness and colour can be done pixel-by-pixel thus ensuring high precision and colour uniformity.

Central to the performance of the micro-pitch LEDs is the Leyard master control. The master control has strong video processing and correction data calculation capabilities to output high-definition video images. It has broadcast-quality video processing technology, 10-bit grey scale and 16bit colour processing capabilities that can display 281 trillion colours. It automatically adapts to 50/60Hz signal source, scans frame by frame to improve picture clarity, and has high image resolution. Images can be restored pixel by pixel, clear and sharp. It also performs image noise reduction, sharpening, colour optimization and colour temperature adjustment.

The TX platform offers DCI P3 colour gamut which when compared to Rec.709 offers a wider range of colours such as more red and green colours and the blue is more precise.

TX platform displays deliver an amazing viewing experience. The incredible short view distance enables the products to be considered for a large range of new applications. The TXS0062 (0.625 pixels) can be viewed from just 0.7m, thus making it a viable option for meeting rooms.

The self-emitting mode for the LED features nanosecond response time between switching ON and OFF. The displays respond without Visual Staying Phenomenon which is a big advantage for those applications requiring super good dynamic rendering effect.

HDR functions are supported to meet more display requirements.

The Leyard control module

The TX series adopts a modular design, and the control system supports 2K to 4K upgrades. Users only need to replace the control module to upgrade the screen from 2K to 4K.

The LED set-up offers “cable-less” connection with a 6-axis alignment. A uniform tool can be used for the XYZ 6-axis adjustment between panels. Module can be easily adjusted in Z-direction, and flatness can be optimized again.

Leyard’s TX series micro-pitch pixels are ready to revolutionize the display market.