Computer Controlled Led Signs

Written by Ivan Gale
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Computer controlled LED signs are robust products that put control squarely in the hands of the operator. One important feature is the memory capabilities of computer controlled LED signs. While it is common to have electronic displays save 10,000 characters, some models can even save 150,000 characters at a time.

Computer Controlled LED Signs Are Even Used in Churches

Computer controlled LED signs are popping up in the most unlikeliest of places. Places of religious worship, long thought to be the last places to adopt modern digital technology, have found uses for LED signs. Some churches have begun hanging overhead church chorus displays, while other religious establishments display prayer times on outdoor electronic signs.

LED stands for light-emitting diodes, and refers to a technology that produces very bright light while at the same time being energy-efficient. They are efficient because unlike incandescent lighting, they do not burn off heat as a wasted byproduct. As a testament to their value, LED signs can now be seen hanging above some of the world's most cosmopolitan cities in flashy advertising billboards.

In a digital, high-tech world, sign makers designing LED displays to be controlled from remote. While they can always be operated locally from an infra red keyboard or via Windows-based software, they can now also be updated via other means. Fiber optic cable, telephone modems, even pagers and certain cellular phone technologies can also be utilized.


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