English: The flip-disc display (or flip-dot display) is an electromechanical dot matrix display technology used for large outdoor signs, normally those that will be exposed to direct sunlight. Flip-disc technology has been used on buses across North America and Europe. It has also been used extensively on public information displays. A few game shows have also used flip-disc displays, most notably the Richard Dawson and Ray Combs versions of Family Feud. Some types of flip-dot displays are also combined with LED lighting of every flip-dot (DOT-LED-technology patented by Czech company BUSE Blansko as example).
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Media in category "Flip-dot displays"
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- Bistabile anzeigeelemente.jpg 1,794 × 942; 350 KB
- Flip-dots.jpg 2,872 × 1,160; 868 KB
- Flipdot array white.jpg 1,240 × 631; 163 KB
- Flipdot array yellow with LED.jpg 5,184 × 3,456; 1.24 MB
- Flipdotrow.jpg 4,189 × 2,215; 1.03 MB
- Landsberg am Lech — Bahnhof (elektr. Abfahrtstafel für Busverkehr).JPG 3,000 × 4,000; 4.79 MB
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