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Chauvet PVP S5

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With a pixel pitch of 5.2 millimeters, PVP S5 video panel boasts a higher resolution than PVP S7, enabling even shorter viewing distances. It, too, is fitted with black face SMD LEDs and performs admirably when presenting live videos and highly defined graphics for presentation at close range or from afar.


  • 5.2 mm pixel pitch video panel system featuring superb contrast through the use of blackface SMD LEDs
  • Lightweight and modular system for high-resolution graphics
  • Easy installation and connectivity using Neutrik powerCON etherCON connectors
  • Solid construction makes these a perfect product for long term installation
  • Interlocking with the PVP S7 panels to create large wall designs
  • Tri-color SMD 3528 LEDs provide better image quality
  • Tight pixel pitch allows for equally effective close range and long range viewing
  • Designed for touring and permanent indoor installation
  • Works with VIP Driver and VIP Signal Distributor products
  • Use with the PVP Rig Kit and integrated interlocking hardware for fast and easy setup


  • Light Source: 9,216 LEDs (tri-color RGB) SMD 3528, 50,000 hours life expectancy
  • Color Wavelength: red (620 to 625 nm), green (520 to 525 nm), blue (465 to 470 nm)
  • Viewing Angle: 140°
  • Illuminance: 1,500 NITS
  • Pixels: 96 x 96
  • Pixel Pitch: 5.2 mm
  • Pixel Density: 9,216/m2
  • Display Refresh Rate: 1,200 Hz


  • Power Connection: Edison plug to Neutrik powerCON
  • Power Input: Neutrik powerCON
  • Power Output: Neutrik powerCON
  • Data Connectors: Neutrik etherCON
  • Cable Length (signal extension): 2.46 ft (0.75 m)
  • Cable Length (power): 6 ft (1.83 m)
  • Cable Length (power extension): 2.46 ft (0.75 m)
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