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The LED database contains all of the critical LED module data, as provided to us by our LED supplier partners.
The database has been redesigned for version 8, with many benefits to both LED suppliers and users of the software. The data is now more complete, more accurate, easier to manage, and easier to update.
Before getting into the specifics below, one of the more important changes in version 8 is that the LED database will be updated automatically every time you launch the software. Therefore you will never be "out of date" regarding the database, and you won't have to remember to update every so often.
There are two kinds of updates to the database:
The LED Database is comprised of four categories of data:
The is the basic module data, including brand, name, part number, dimensions, wattage, color, etc. Some additional fields have been added for version 8 to support a wider range of LED products.
One of the major areas of work in the LED database, the Density Guidelines are now more streamlined but also more complete and accurate. For each module, the software takes into account the depth and stroke width of your artwork to determine the number of runs, run spacing, and linear module spacing.
Each module has a specific module drawing that is created by the LED Supplier or Aries Graphics. This helps to customize each module and make it visually accurate to the real product.
Most LED brands have their own set of compatible power supplies. Our data includes the name, part number, basic dimensions, capacity, voltage, and load limits.
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