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Meanwhile, many of you may find the LED screen a minor hassle to operate at first. Later on, the process may become straightforward for you as you get used to it. However, in the meantime, YUCHIP’s professional team will guide you on the product’s various features and how to operate, connect, and make files using the LED screen’s components and elements.
This post/article will help you make a Novastar RCFG file for a P2.5 LED Panel. The process is an example and model and may vary from LED screen type and features. Below is the video for your further guidance.
Above all, we are here if you have questions.
How To Make Novastar RCFG File For A P2.5 LED Panel?
Testing an LED screen is a vital step after purchase. It is performed to test whether the LED screen is designed thoroughly for steady performance and make way for product replacement if there’s an issue.
And to certainly do the task by yourself, here’s a systematic guide if you opt to do it.
Connect the computer with an LED sending card/sending box.
1.1 A Synchronous LED sending card connects a USB port and DVI interface with a computer.
1.2. The asynchronous card connects computer WiFi through an LED sending card AP hotspot. The password of AP is 12345678.
Open NovaLCT software on your computer, and click “User.”
2.1. Synchronous LED Sending Card
When the computer connects with sending card, click “Advanced Synchronous System UserLogin (A).” When the computers do not connect with the sending card, click “Demonstration Login(E).”
2.2. Asynchronous LED Sending Card
Click’ Media Player Login’
2.3. The password of ‘Advanced Synchronous System UserLogin’ and ‘Demonstration Login(E)’ is: admin
2.4. For “Media Player Login,” the User Name is admin. Password is 123456.
Enter the page of NovaLCT receiving card bright setting.
3.1. Click “Screen Configuration” to enter the LED sending card & receiving card setting page.
3.2. Set the computer resolution the same as LED sending card resolution (if there is a video processor, the input resolution of the video processor should also be the same as the resolution of the computer and the LED sending card). The solution of the asynchronous sending card doesn’t need to be set on NovaLCT software.
3.3. Click “Receiving Card” and click “Smart Settings” to set up the LED module parameter.
3.4. Click ‘Next’ and fill in the parameters of the LED module.
3.5. Select chip type IC (P2.5 ICN2053). In ‘Select chip type,’ choose the same IC as the module model has. (P2.5 IC is ICN2053)
3.6. Fill in the correct “x” and “y” parameters according to the pixels of the module. (P2.5 is 128×64 dots)
3.7. Select the corresponding model according to the row decoding IC on the module. (The row decoding of P2.5 is ICN2013)
3.8. After completing the information fulfilling, click ‘Next.’
3.9. Select the corresponding option according to the module status(P2.5 is full black)
3.10. You could change the automatic switching to manual switching, making it easier to observe the module changes.
3.11. Click 220.127.116.11 to select the color displayed on the module. (The color of P2.5 is 1: Red, 2: Green, 3: Blue, 4: Black)
3.12. Fill in the numbers according to how many rows or columns of lamps are lightened on the module. (P2.5 is 32 rows)
3.13. Fill in the numbers according to how many rows of lamps are lighted on the module. (P2.5- 1 row)
3.14. There will be a lamp flashing on the module; click on the corresponding coordinate point. (P2.5 set as shown below)
3.15. Finally, when the module usually displays, you can click ‘Save.’
Fill in the actual pixels of one module. (P2.5 – 128*64)
4.1. Adjust the DCLK and GCLK parameters to increase the frequency of the screen, usually around 15.6MHz. (Adjust according to the actual situation) (P2.5在12.5MHZ）(P2.5 – 12.5MHz)
4.2. Increase the refresh rate. As long as the screen does not flicker, it will usually work. Otherwise, it would be best if you reduced the refresh.
4.3. After setting up parameters, click ‘sending to receiving card,’ then click ‘save.’
(After clicking save, even if the screen is powered off and restarted, the net will work typically. If you don’t click save, it will display abnormally and re-set needed.)
Where Can I Get A Comprehensive Guide In Such Operations?
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