Here are some common questions about Our Products.
What is a LED?
A light emitting diode (LED) is a tiny, electronicsemiconductor that converts electric energy into visible light. The chemical
compound used within an LED determines its color, brightness and powerefficiency.
Unlike incandescent lamps, LEDs have no filaments that can burn out or fail
What Is a Pixel?
What is NITS (LED Brightness)?
NITS is the most common measure of LED Sign brightness. The higher the number of NITS the brighter the display.
Sunlight is rated at 4,000 NITS. Red Dot Logics LED signs have a NIT value of 5500 or greater.
What Is A Module?
What are Viewing Angles?
How much do I have to pay to get started for LED screen Order?
What is the turn around time on a cable order?
Can we move license to another Mac for Pixel Perfect LED software?
Is Pixel Perfect LED software refundable ?
How does zonning and permits work for LED signage screens?
Zoning and Permits
Zoning concerns are a great reason to work with Red Dot Logics. We can accommodate the requirements of local sign ordinances and meet all specifications.
Communities across the globe and professionals within the signage industry have found a common area benefitting both groups. Below are a few things to consider during the zoning and permitting process.
- Operational LED signage can help local businesses thrive reduce sign “clutter” on densely populated streets.
- Red Dot Logics products are also designed keeping zoning aspects in mind. Hence, both our signs and software can be tailored to match the brightness, hold times and transition settings mandated by your local zoning ordinances.
- LED signage also broadens the community’s tax base.
- How communities enforce guidelines for signage can vary, which is why it’s important to work with a sign company that has experience with the zoning and permitting process. Red Dot Logics can assist with the process and work with you to find common ground with your local zoning board.
When it comes to zoning and permitting, it is important to understand that everyone involved, from the sign manufacturers, sign dealers, to the municipal officials, all have the same principal goal—ensuring any signage incorporated into a project enhances the community and does not pose a safety hazard.