The Phantom 30 consists of a number of 1m2 aluminium frames carrying the display pixels. The frames are powered externally by power supply units that can be located separately from the frames. Control is from a Drive Box that is configured by a PC or laptop with configuration software.
Content and external media sever are supplied by the client.
Each 1m x 1m frame carries 32 translucent polycarbonate tubes, each holding 32 ultrabright LED pixels at a pitch of 30mm. Each fram may be connected to other frames, using the patented QuickLock system, or fixed separately.
The DVI input is transmitted to the configured display positions at full video speed via fibre optic cables which are daisychained between frames.
Because G-LEC display equipment is used daily in the demanding conditions found on stages and in studios around the world, the technology, both hardware and software, is designed to be hardwearing and robust. G-LEC uses high specification cables, connectors and electronic and mechanical components to ensure the reliability needed for large live performances.