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Taking the "mask" off of P10 or P5 panels. Does it still look OK?

Started by JonB256, November 22, 2020, 01:36:15 PM

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JonB256

On every P10 or P5 panel, there is a mask screwed onto the front. I'm sure it is there for protection of the tiny little surface mount LEDs, but I'm having a problem.

Around Halloween, my P5 panel got WAY HOT in the evening Texas sun. +80F day. Some (many) of those masks have warped now and cause distortion when viewing "off angle."  No problem if straight on or just a few degrees off.

My question is not about keeping the panels cool. That ship has sailed.  :-\

What I'd like to know is if anyone has removed the masks (lots of tiny tiny little screws) and how it looked afterwards?
Long time Falcon, FPP and xLights user

robbiet

I've removed mine to paint them for a sign I made. Once you remove all those tiny screws then the PCB also lifts off from the frame.  It is not a big deal. You should just proceed with a little caution so you don't damage any LEDs. That said, they are pretty sturdy.


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JonB256

Hadn't considered that the PCB comes free, also. I was more concerned about how the panel would look out at the street.
The little bulge areas I have are annoying but not a show stopper. It may go "back burner" for now.
Long time Falcon, FPP and xLights user

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