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Alfalite introduces UHD Finepix LED panels with new Alfacob technology

Alfalite introduces UHD Finepix LED panels with new Alfacob technology

Alfalite announces the market launch of the new Alfalite UHD Finepix Alfacob fixed installation LED panels with pixel pitch from 0.6 to 1.8 mm. These panels - manufactured at Alfalite’s facilities in Huelva, Spain - are a new mechanical and electronic design of their predecessors Alfalite UHD Finepix.


One of the main new features is that they are manufactured with Alfacob, an evolution of the brand’s Orim technology, for mounting on MicroLED or MIP (MiniLED in Package). The new Alfacob protection gives these modules a longer lifetime (more than 100,000 hours), a lower failure rate (PFR lower than 5 PPM/year), a horizontal and vertical viewing angle of 175 degrees, as well as higher contrast, colourimetry and image uniformity.


LED panels with Alfacob technology have superior anti-static electrical protection (ESD higher than 10 kV), improved thermal dissipation parameters, and resistance to impact (at least 10 Kg), liquids (at least IP65), chemicals and fire (UL94-0 compliance). In addition, they have anti-reflection properties and improved mechanical accuracy between modules (less than 0.5 mm).


The Alfalite UHD Finepix Alfacob solution is designed for markets and environments such as Control Rooms (crisis cabinets, emergency rooms), Broadcast, & VP XR (TV sets and film sets), Corporate (boardrooms and conference rooms, lobbies), Entertainment (museums, fairgrounds, congresses) and Digital Art (AlfaArt solution, luxury residential, large corporations) with a need for fine-pitch (microleds or stacking).


The new panels also offer a host of features that enhance picture quality, including 1,500 cd/m2 nits brightness, 7,680 Hz frame rate, 25,000:1 contrast and 16:9 aspect ratio. Other features include Smart TV - All in One Media Player, AI Voice Remote Control, One Click and Reach (X Mirror Control System) and touch screen.


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