White Paper | Batch Matching dvLED Video Walls

LED diodes are made of natural crystal substrate, plastics, and epoxies that make the color of each diode vary slightly. A single manufacturing run has billions of individual diodes that are sorted (or batched) based on the color tolerance specified by the manufacturer. The matching color diodes are then used to make LED panels that look the same color when assembled into a wall.

In order to have a display that meets your needs now and in the future, the diode batch matching process needs to be understood. This white paper explains why batch matching matters and what you need to consider so you have a great experience with your LED panels. Download below!