For more than 20 years, LANG AG has been successfully using LED technology for the delivery of projects. This is accompanied by enormous experience in handling and selection of appropriate products. Recently, two new next generation products have been added to the portfolio developed in collaboration with the manufacturer Absen.
Both the new VENUS and JUPITER LED products can withstand enormous mechanical stress despite their high resolution. This is due to the use of IMD (Integrated Matrix Device), describing the integration of four pixels within one component. This component is larger than conventional LEDs – one pixel per component – and therefore more robust. This makes both products particularly suitable for use in rental applications. However, thanks to front serviceability, they are both highly suited for integration.
With a pixel pitch of 1.5mm, current products can deliver a brightness of approximately 800 nits. JUPITER, in comparison, achieves 1,000 nits, which, in addition to the quality of the components, is primarily due to the control system. Thanks to Dynamic Calibration, a Brompton Tessera feature, up to 1,200 nits is possible dynamically.
For VENUS, with a pixel pitch of 1.2mm, selecting high quality components and optimising the drive electronics was not enough. With innovative flip chip technology, the LED chip electrical contacts are on the underside of the device, unlike in previous generation of products. This means that there are no contact surfaces blocking the light output. Comparable products can only achieve a peak brightness of 600 nits. VENUS achieves a brightness of up to 1,800 nits.
In addition to numerous other Brompton Tessera features to optimise image quality, it is the high level of precision, the impressive black value and the enormous brightness levels that make VENUS and JUPITER outstanding products for a wide range of applications.