Project included the design, specification and installation of RGB LED strips. Hardware used: DMX mini light controllers and Stick KE1. Other services included light programming of illuminated animated LED wall.
Design, Supply & Instal of LED Display Lighting Equipment:
• All LED Lighting Hardware supplied.
• 40meters of Colour Changing RGB Light Wall Panels
• LED DMX Light Dimming: 128 DMX Mini 3 Channel RGB Controllers
• LED Power: 1500W, 12VDC Switch Mode Power Supplies.
• LED Light Source: 128no 8mm x 285mm SMD Edge Lighting RGB LED Bars
• LED Light Control: 1no KE1 PC-DMX Master Controller Wall Pad Controller
• DMX Light Programming:
> Job proposal & 3D render
> 12no Custom Designed DMX Light Programmes, time activated 7/365.
• DMX Wiring Hardware: 1no DMX Splitter
• LED & DMX Cabling:
> 2 wire types for power. Cat 5 for DMX signal. 300metres of cable used.
• Other: Enclosures and about 800no 3M Scotchlok Connectors.
This customer, one of the UK’s major sign manufacturers approached MegaLED Ltd to design specify and install a colour changing LED light wall for a London based shopping centre. The job was conceived to revamp the longest entrance wall into Lewisham shopping centre. The project took about 7days to plan in total covering design and ordering of parts DMX LED Lighting Controllers, enclosures, general project management. 3days 10hour days to complete the installation, light programming and final testing.
The result was an absolutely brilliant high impact colour changing light wall, some 128lightboxes 300mm x 300mm of size where installed into an ACM (aluminium composite material / wall cladding ) and placed behind a high output OPAL polycarbonate diffuser. The lighting system was a variation on our flat panel RGB lighting system. The design delivered an individually addressable, seamlessly animated light wall spanning 40metres in length.
LED Installation “Challenge”
Considering MegaLED engineers specified, supplied and installed all the lighting kit: PSU’s, RGB lighting bars, LED Drivers and Controllers, the only real lighting challenge was working out the wiring so we could instal fast, in a hassle-free, tool-free way. To do this we modified our DMX mini cards, removing the connection block terminals with flying leads then, taking into account different gauge wires source suitable 3M IDC connectors. We completed the installation rapidly, using a parallel power-rail wiring approach to power all 128no DMX Mini driver cards.