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  • What is the difference between luminance and luminous intensity?
    • Luminous intensity refers to the overall brightness, from a lamp LED, for example, without regard to the area of the light source. Luminance indicates the degree of brightness over an area, such as from a display device. The greater the source area the higher the luminance. The luminance is normally obtained by dividing the luminous intensity by the light source area.
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  • Are there any storage precautions?
    • The reliability of LED displays can be compromised by moisture absorption, which can lead to failures during the soldering process. For this reason humidity control is highly recommended. Please refer to the respective data sheets for additional information.
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