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By: Anonymous: 3demon () on Sunday, May 16 2010 @ 11:37 AM PDT (Read 1893 times)  
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Hi,

M. Michel Goulet just pass an order for 45 interactive led panel kit white. First time we buy two led panel white as he was thinking he made short-cicuit on them he ordered two more kits, since the two first ones where ok i just finish assembling the two others and the color of the leds is really different. Th first two are a blueish white since the two others are a wram white (more yellowhish). The problems is that all these panels 49 at all will be used in a big panel of 7 feet by 7 feet and we need to have all the leds exactly the same colors.

So for the 45 next panels will all the leds came from the same batch and should we buy some more leds in this batch to replace the leds that the color did not match.

Thanks

Daniel Montmorency





       
   
By: Windell (offline) on Sunday, May 16 2010 @ 12:19 PM PDT  
Windell

In any large installation with white LEDs only, it is essential to get all of the LEDs from the same bin. The color variations are typically minor-- such that if every other LED panel were blue instead of white you'd never see the variation in the white LEDs --but with just white LEDs to look at, those minor differences can be glaring indeed. We can definitely help you out with this and provide extra LEDs from the same batch-- please contact our web store directly.


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