LED Ring Display new product release！｜2023
Introducing the latest products from OPTO PLUS LED Corp, in 2023! The newly launched product this time is a ring display with a hollow center, which can be integrated with the customers’ products to achieve the function of a ring ambient light. This product release is for standard products and the emission color can be adjusted through the standard product customization process. For detailed procedures, please refer to the Standard Product Customization webpage. In simple terms, by paying a minimal tooling cost, the emission color of the product can be adjusted. It can be customized as a single-color emitting LED ring display, dual-color emitting LED ring display, or even an RGB emitting LED ring display.
Here is a brief introduction to the product itself and some important points to note.
The appearance of the LED ring display capable of producing single-color, dual-color, and RGB displays.
The LED ring display currently being produced is different in appearance from any existing standard display products. The LED ring display consists of two concentric circles, with an inner circle diameter of 44.5mm and an outer circle diameter of 54.3mm. The LED ring display is connected to the PCB using four pins located at the top, bottom, left, and right sides. The LEDs on the ring display change color along with the voltage input to the pins, creating a slow fading or dimming effect similar to ambient lighting. The following two images show the front view of the LED ring display and the dimensional diagram provided in the datasheet.
A photo of the front view of the LED ring display.
A photo of an LED ring display at a 45-degree angle.
A photo of an LED ring display at a 45-degree angle with a coin.
A photo of the side view of an LED ring display with a coin.
Detailed dimensional diagram of the LED ring display as shown in the datasheet.
The internal circuitry of the LED ring display capable of producing single-color, dual-color, and RGB displays.
Dual-color LED ring display
The internal circuitry of the LED ring display varies depending on the type of LEDs used and the number of LEDs. Taking the example of the OPD-DR54PGLE-Z-W which is a dual-color configuration with 28 LEDs connected in parallel for each color. The red LEDs can be controlled for illumination through PIN1/PIN2, while the green LEDs can be controlled through PIN3/PIN4. If PIN1 to PIN4 are controlled simultaneously, both colors of LEDs can be activated, creating a mixed light effect. The following diagram shows the internal circuitry connections from the OPD-DR54PGLE-Z-W datasheet, along with a video demonstrating the actual illuminated demo.
The circuit diagram depicting the internal circuitry connections as shown on the OPD-DR54PGLE-Z-W Datasheet.
RGB LED ring display.
The internal circuitry of the LED ring display varies depending on the type of LEDs used and the number of LEDs. Taking the example of the OPD-DR54RGB-W, which is equipped with RGB LEDs capable of producing mixed light, there are 28 LEDs connected in parallel. The illumination of each RGB LED can be controlled through PIN1/PIN4 using commands. Unlike dual-color LEDs, with command control, individual LEDs can be independently controlled, allowing for complex ambient lighting effects that dual-color LEDs cannot achieve. The following diagram shows the internal circuitry connections from the OPD-DR54RGB-W datasheet, along with a video showcasing two sets of illuminated demos.
The circuit diagram illustrating the internal circuitry connections as shown on the OPD-DR54RGB-W Datasheet.
The Arduino code for the aforementioned rainbow ring display can be referenced from the diagram below.
OPTO PLUS LED Corp. has recently introduced LED ring displays capable of producing single-color, dual-color, and RGB variations. This article provides an overview of the appearance, internal circuitry, and control connections for these LED ring displays, along with accompanying demo videos. Currently, there are seven models available, and more details can be found on the LED ring display product page. Customers with any specific requirements or inquiries regarding the LED ring displays can contact our sales and engineering teams for assistance.
OPTO PLUS LED Corp. is a specialized manufacturer of LED displays, particularly excelling in various types of seven-segment displays. In addition to customizing the digit size, quantity, and surrounding icons for LED seven-segment displays, we also offer the option to fine-tune the emission color and circuit design of existing LED ring displays. For customization options, please refer to the standard product customization webpage. For fully customized LED ring displays, you can visit our full custom website to submit your product requirements and get in touch with us. Furthermore, we also produce standard LED seven-segment displays with predefined appearances, dimensions, and digit quantities, which can be found in the OPTO PLUS LED Corp seven-segment display catalog.