Tyndal Dysplay

The Tyndal Display technology differs from other techniques of this kind in that it provides for two or more light-conducting elements in the form of plates made from acrylic glass with an air clearance in-between. Each of the plates is illuminated on the end side with high-intensity R,G,В light-emitting diodes. The laminated design of light informational screens (LIS) makes it possible to dynamically illuminate the consumer information displayed on the screen. A microprocessor exerts control over the intensity and glow spectrum of light-emitting diodes, over the sequence of the “on’ and “off” condition for each of the light-emitting diodes or for groups of such diodes, and over their operation time and idle time.

Performance specification:

Two or more light-conducting layers are made of acrylic glass (Altuglas, Plexiglas Degussa and the like with similar physiomechanical properties). The high-intensity light-emitting diodes are of Japanese and Chinese make. The minimum thickness of the screen (two light-conducting layers) equals to 15 mm and its maximum thickness (five light-conducting layers) to 40 mm. The overall dimensions vary between 100x100 mm and 1500x1500 mm. The weight is in the range from 150 g to 70 kg.. When operating, the LIS power supply unit is to be connected to the electric mains with the working DC voltage of 5, 12, and 18V. The continuous service life of the light-emitting diodes exceeds 10 years.