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Digital Projection Unveils 0.9 Pixel Pitch MicroLED, Perfect for Short Viewing Distances

Digital Projection, a pioneer in Digital Light Processing technology, introduced the world’s first 3-chip DLP projector in 1997 and has won numerous awards, including two Emmy Awards.

Digital Projection offers a 0.9mm pixel pitch MicroLED display in its Radiance EV Series, ideal for short viewing distances and critical environments like boardrooms and command facilities.

Digital Projection has introduced a 0.9mm pixel pitch MicroLED display in its Radiance EV Series for professional AV integrators, offering high-resolution, short viewing distances, and excellent support for HDR10 content, with lower manufacturing costs and longer energy savings.

Professional AV integrators looking for a MicroLED in a 0.9mm pixel pitch package can find it from Digital Projection. The company recently added this new high-res display, as well as a 1.2mm option, to its Radiance EV Series. The high resolution of the 0.9mm pixel pitch MicroLED makes it ideal for environments with short viewing distances and critical viewing requirements, such as small- and medium-size boardrooms and command and control facilities.

Other features contributing to the new MicroLED’s remarkable imaging performance include peak brightness up to 1,200 nits, which provides excellent support for HDR10 content, and contrast up to 20,000:1. The smaller 0.9 mm pixel package allows for a darker area surrounding each pixel, which results in better black levels and contrast. The smaller pixel package also enables a wider viewing angle (170 degrees horizontal/170 degrees vertical). Finally, there’s cost: the 0.9 mm MicroLED solution is more efficient to manufacture than SMD technology, bringing the price down for this category. Power consumption is also significantly less, resulting in longer term energy savings over the product lifespan. Additionally, the 0.9 MicroLED offers a wide, 100% NTSC and DCI-P3 color gamut.

“The LED display category is booming and this new offering helps integrators serve a challenging sector of the market,” says Jeff Schneider, Digital Projection Director of Sales, Northeast and Mid-Atlantic Regions. “While large-format LED displays might struggle to provide crisp imagery in smaller spaces, our new 0.9 pixel pitch MicroLED does the job beautifully. Integrators now have a display option designed specifically for close viewing.”

The 0.9mm offering hits the 4K imaging sweet spot at a 163-inch diagonal size. The EV Series extends up to a 2.5mm pitch, offering integrators options for other types of viewing requirements.

The MicroLED’s lightweight cabinet, which can be ordered with beveled edges, enables easy deployment and installation, and certain models in the DP line support 120Hz stereoscopic 3D

applications. The display can be serviced from the front to streamline maintenance—essential for mission-critical applications that require minimal downtime—and ordered with redundant power supplies.

Digital Projection offers dealers dedicated concierge support for all LED projects and can help facilitate creative installations, such as curved screens, movable systems, complex processing, and product integration.

Where to See Digital Projection’s New MicroLED Displays at CEDIA Expo 2023

CEDIA attendees can see the new MicroLED additions to Digital Projection’s Radiance EV Series, as well as innovative projection systems, at Booth #2543.


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