This section includes typical One World LED product safety checks and installation checklists.
- Please read all instructions before unpacking and using the LED products.
- Keep all manuals and instructions for future reference.
- Please use only accessories supplied or recommended by the One World LED.
- One World LED products use GFI power. Make sure licensed electricians install grounded outlets and wiring as specified for use with One World LED.
- Make sure the product is supplied through a certified and accredited reseller.
- Make sure the power outlets supply the maximum specified sum of the products.
- Do not overload circuits and outlets and or wirings.
- Pay attention to all warnings and notes in the manuals.
- For maintenance and service first turn off the power then call for service.
- Do not defer scheduled maintenance or service.
- Prevent water penetration into the cabinets and electronic housings.
- Maintain all cooling systems and fans in good and running conditions.
- Avoid leaning ladders into and on the cabinets or striking the equipment.
- Turn the power off in severe storm and prevent lightening and debris strike or damage.
- Keep communication and high voltage lines in separate, approved and designated conduits.
- Avoid lifting cabinets manually during installations or service.
- Make sure the equipment operates within the safe temperature range specified for proper operation.
Installation and Operation Check List
After developing the installation plans that must include location, power and data connections for the server and other components of the system, it is important to develop a checklist to ensure smooth installation and problem free operation. Following is a list of factors to consider for best results in an LED Installation and operation process.
- Check the supporting structures and frames before installation for construction quality and integrity to ensure it can support the LED system in all operating conditions and environments such as high temperatures, winds and storms.
- Pay careful attention to the first row of the cabinets levelling and security to prevent creation of gaps and distortions in facing of the LED screen and in building higher rows.
- Before turning power on, make sure all the power and data cables are connected correctly. Test the large LED screens one section at a time during the initial power up and testing.
- Make sure data cables are not touching the the power cable s and communication options used meets the distance and connectivity requirements of the site.
- Make sure the computer is turned on first and then turn on the LED Screen and make sure computer detects the LED screen and data connection is established.
- Turn off in the opposite sequence by turning the LED screen off before the system.
- Make sure water cannot enter the electronics and power supply housing of LED.
- Make sure corrosive chemicals do not enter the air circulation system of LED cabinet
- In case of water penetration or harsh storms make sure the electronics are completely dry before turning back on.
- Make sure the heat generated can be exhausted per design and the system operates within prescribed temperature limits to prevent premature failure of electronic components.
- Do not operate the LED at full brightness for extended periods of time. The heat generated at full brightness can impact the longevity of the LED components and lights.
- Turn off the LED billboards in severe weather to prevent lightening damage.
- Set up the preventative maintenance schedules to check the power system and the heat dissipation (fans, HVAC, Cooling) to ensure proper operating environment is maintained.
- Make sure the LED screen parameter settings are in compliance with manufacturer recommended settings for optimum operation and colour/image production.
- Periodically review the spare parts inventory to make sure sufficient parts on hand to address service issues.
- For the best results make sure the contents are especially designed for the LED displays with the proper attributes.
For major installations make sure a multi-function card is installed and tested to automate power-up/down and monitoring as well as energy management, lighting control, security, problem reporting and remote voice and text notifications.