Products, Materials & Tools | Apr 28, 2009

AsianSignals Releases High Performance Controller/Driver System

After years of research and design and field testing, AsianSignals is releasing for world-wide sale their HP1 system. This high performance/high precision unit completely contains a power interface, network control, and power drivers for a total system that can handle 1500 to 2000 Watts of power.

Monitoring & Control:
The HP1 is possibly the most controllable LED system in the world. It can accept 7 formats of DMX and it offers a non-proprietary serial port protocol that boasts some of the most granular and fastest execution time in the industry. With these two protocols, simply anything a customer desires in the form of light control can be achieved. The system can be operated in immediate response mode with single commands or the unit can be programmed to run on it's own over any length of time.
      
The HP1 may be one of the first all-in-one systems to supply a very easy to implement thermal control feedback interface. The system can automatically scale back LED output power in response to an over-heating condition at the luminary.
          
The system can also report back it's health to a centralized computer system. Elements of power supply function, program execution, and driver unit temperatures can be monitored. A number of systems also implement redundancy with fail-over mechanisms.
    
Modular Interface:
The HP1 provides a very simple and easy to understand pathway to buying the correct power supplies. Additionally, the LED output interface is extremely simple.  You as the customer will not have to guess what driver to use, or what DMX controller to buy. We have simply vetted all the best elements together into one highly reliable and easy to understand and easy to operate system. You can be up and running with a solid system in a very short time frame.
      
Cost Effective:
A typical 80 channel system can be applied as an LED lighting solution for a little as $25 a channel. That includes power supply, control interface, and drivers. This would not include what you chose at the luminary end.    
      
Track Record:
A pilot unit of HP1 just finished a test run at a disco serving the customer there everyday, 12 hours a day without any maintenance for a full 3 year period. Of course during this time, we added design features and evolved the HP1 product, but the base design and drivers have shown themselves to be highly reliable. Over 50 experimental units in several variations have been shipped to date.
 
About AsianSignals:
AsianSignals is an American managed Thai company operating out of Asia. We specialize in larger scale computer controlled / programmable LED lighting systems. Our product line includes the HP1, Rebel Spot 36, Rebel Square, and other LED board products. For more information on our products please contact us at the email address below.

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