5A-75E receiving card is Colorlight special introduced high cost-effective product that designed for customers to save cost, reduce points of fault. Based on 5A receiving card, 5A-75E integrates the most common HUB75 interfaces, which is more reliable and more economical on the premise that ensures high-quality display.
In testing we were able to get 5-P5 panels per port (320 pixels)
·Integrated HUB75 interface, more convenient with less cost.
·Reduces the plug connectors and malfunction, lower failure rate.
·Superior display quality: high refresh rate, high grayscale, and high brightness with the conventional chips.
·Perfect performance under lower grayscale status.
·Better detail processing: partial dark at row, reddish at low gray, shadow problems can be solved.
·Supports high-precision point-by-point calibration in the Brightness and the chromaticity.
·Supports conventional chips, PWM chips and lighting chips.
·Supports any scan mode from static to 64 scans.
·Supports any pumping point and data arbitrary offset to realize various freeform display, spherical display, creative display, etc.
·Supports 32 groups of RGB signal output.
·Large loading capacity.
·Advanced design, high quality components, rigorous aging test, zero malfunction of final products.
·Wide working voltage range with DC3.3~6V.
·Compatible with all series of Colorlight’s sending devices.
|Control system parameters|
|Sending device||All series of Colorlight’s sending devices|
|Control area of every card||Full-color: 256×512 pixels|
|Correction area of every card||256×512 pixels|
|Network port exchange||Supported, arbitrary use|
Nanosecond synchronization between the card and the card
|Display module compatibility|
Supports conventional chips, PWM chips, lighting chips and other mainstream chips
|Scan type||Supports static sweep to 64 scans|
|Module specifications support||Supports 4096 pixels within any row, any column|
|The direction of the cable||Supports route from left to right, from right to left, from top to bottom, from bottom to top|
|Data groups||32 RGB data groups|
|Data folded||Supports 2 splits, 4 splits in the same direction|
|Data exchange||32 groups of data for any exchange|
|Module snapshot||Supports any pumping point|
|Data serial transmission||RGB, R8G8B8, R16G16B16, etc in the form of serial|
|Compatible device and interface type|
Optic fiber: Single Mode Fiber Converter≤20km
Multi-Mode Fiber Converter ≤550m (Use RP Repeater to extend unlimited)
|Compatible with transmission equipment||
Gigabit switch, fiber converter, optical switches
|Power interface||Wire terminal|
|HUB Interface Type||
|Input voltage||DC 3.3V~6V|
|Storage and transport temperature||-50℃~125℃|
|Body static resistance||2KV|
|Monitoring function (in conjunction with mutil-function card)|
|Monitoring functions||Real time monitoring environment information like temperature, humidity, smog|
|Remote Control||Supports for relay switch to turn on/off the power supply of equipments remotely|
|pixel level calibration||Supported|
|Shaped screen||Supports various freeform display, spherical display, creative display, etc. through the data arbitrary offset|
Like a Colorlight 5A-75B Only Not
I've always wanted a P5 panel. Now that I've pushed into my 3rd year with pixels, I felt that I'm a veteran and can do what I want and I want to buy a P5 panel, ******. Yeah, I said it. You're not my mom. Deal with it. It's great. It has 16 slots, HUB75 interface, nanosecond synchronization and things like a module snapshot that supports any pumping point - and I don't even know what that is! It costs under $30, has the Wally's Warranty and ought to be way overkill for the 4 panels I'm connecting to it.