Single 16x32 RGB panel, front + back.
Each panel has arrows indicating the orientation + data flow between them. The first panel of each row will eventually be connected to the receiver card, taking the data and passing it along to the rest of the panels in its row.
To seamlessly mount the panels together, screw six oval T-nut's into the back of every panel so that they can slide easily into the aluminum extrusion frame (see the next section).
A M4 1/2" zinc screw and 3/16 nylon spacer provides just enough room for the nut to slide in nice and snug.
Lay them all out on a flat surface making sure their orientation is correct. Up arrow points up (duh) and each panel's output points towards the next's input.
This guide was first published on Jul 18, 2013. It was last updated on Jul 18, 2013.
This page (LED Panel Prep) was last updated on Jul 11, 2020.