LED Signs for Business – What’s Inside your LED Signs? – Los Angeles Sign Company

What’s Inside your LED Sign? Fine Signs of LA is a leading LED sign manufacturer in Los Angeles and we always use cutting-edge LED lights. When shopping around for LED signs, it doesn’t take long until you see there’s a wide range of variation in price, quality and guarantees. Many of our customers ask what the difference is. The truth is, LED signs and LED lighting technology is evolving very rapidly. What was cutting edge only 2 years ago is out-dated technology today. The part most sign makers fail to tell you, is that some products are simply designed to be made as cheaply as possible and are not built to perform (illuminate brightly) or to last a very long time. In terms of technology, an LED bulb has a lot more in common with your TV than it does with a typical filament based light bulb. You wouldn’t expect a $200 TV to look as nice as a $2000 TV, and that’s very true when it comes to LED bulbs as well. There are a number of components that are critical to a viable LED lighting product, and any bulb is only as good as its weakest component. LED chips The chips is the powerhouse of the LED bulb, it’s what generates the actual light. And the type of chipset, the quality of the manufacturing, the arrangement of the chips are all of critical importance.  Chips are typically mounted using a heat-conducting material, also know as a wafer. High quality chips are engineered for very high output (measured in lumens) and for rendering colors in high consistency needed for use in lighting outdoor electrical LED signs. They are very different then the chips used in lower output applications. Also when chips are manufactured, they are made in a wide variety of color temperatures and light outputs and then they are sorted by grade in a process called binning. The chips with the highest consistency in color and very best light output are said to have the “tightest” bins, and of course these chips cost the most. Only the most reputable LED sign fabricators use these chips so their signs are always consistent and they can maintain their high quality from bulb to bulb....

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Fine Signs of LA …. 2.0

Thank you for visiting Fine Signs of LA. We hope you like our new website that has been over a year in the making. We will be adding many more photos of our portfolio slowly over the coming months. Please browse our website and if you need any assitance, please do not hesitate to call 310-259-2527. Thank you!

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