A Complete Guide for Kinglight LEDs
Optronics Industry | 2024-05-16

Kinglight, established in 2008, is a leading enterprise in LED package across China. For more than 15 years dedication in the R&D and manufacturing of LEDs (for displays), Kinglight now supplies a wide variety of LEDs. If it’s the first time that you visit Kinglight pages for LEDs, you may not be quite clear about the categorization and what the product IDs stand for. So in this article, we’ll give a complete guide for you, including what the categories mean and how to understand the product IDs for Kinglight LEDs.

Kinglight LED


How we categorize Kinglight LEDs 


In the past, we categorized Kinglight LEDs into indoor and outdoor usages, which are easy to understand. However, as the application scenarios of LED display devices continue to be refined and gradually expanded, this categorization appears to be too simple. In order to allow customers to more quickly choose products that meet their needs, we now categorize Kinglight LEDs into seven different types according to their different application scenarios.


When you click the “Display LEDs” button on the home page, you’ll come to the main page for Kinglight LEDs. This package includes brief introduction over the 7 different categories, and details about Kinglight production base, LED package procedures, and quality control process. So in this page, you can also click on the hyperlink buttons to direct to either the specific category or the related information page you want to read.


The 7 subcategories for Kinglight LEDs have different meanings due to their different application scenarios. Let’s explain one by one.


  1. MLED Display


This category means LEDs for mini and micro LED displays. These LEDs are much smaller in size and are designed for fine pixel pitch LED displays (ranging from P0.625 to P2.6).


  1. Rental Display


LEDs for display being used for rental services are included in this category. These types of LEDs usually feature high anti-bump performance, which helps to prevent LEDs from falling off the screen due to frequent transportation between different places and rush disassembly and re-installation in rental service. Typical examples in this category are the two 4-in-1 LEDs, the 4195 and 4260 LEDs.

Kinglight 4195-S1 LED

Kinglight 4195-S1 LED utilizes 4-in-1 design for higher thrust and better anti-bump performance


  1. LED Cinema


“LED cinema” here doesn’t really mean a cinema but indicates LEDs in this category are used for making cinema displays. This category includes 4 LEDs that we often call them P3 series LEDs. They feature high P3 color gamut coverage for high quality movie displaying.


  1. Virtual Production/XR


LEDs, including the XR series and 1515RGBW for virtual production LED displays are included here. These LEDs, featuring over 99% P3 color gamut coverage, are perfect choices for the creation of high color reproduction LED displays used for virtual production in film making industry.


  1. Outdoor 8K Display


These LEDs are suitable for outdoor high definition LED displays. High brightness is a must for these kinds of LEDs. This will help a clear display of content under the sun.


  1. Fixed Installation Display


This category includes LEDs for fixed displays, which are installed a fixed position, such as a display standing at transition hubs, or a display on the wall of a shopping mall. These LEDs are designed with ultra high brightness at lower power consumption since fixed LED displays often operate day and night and deal with strong sunlight.


  1. Creative Display


“Creative display” here indicates LEDs for various creative LED displays, such as a transparent or a holographic LED display. These LEDs have built-in driver ICs for convenient design of creative LED displays like transparent or holographic LED displays.


How we name Kinglight LED Product IDs


After having a basic understanding of the categorization, you must be curious about the specific meaning of the product IDs. How do we name the product ID? Then the following content will help you fully understand the unique meaning of Kinglight LEDs’ product ID.


Composition of Kinglight LED Product IDs

Kinglight LED product IDs usually include two or three sections and being separated by hyphens, for example, the 1820-A1 and 1820-BB-S2.




Product ID usually starts with 4 digits. These digits typically mean the dimension of an LED. For example, 1820 means the LED measures 1.8*2.0mm in size. But there are exceptions too. The 4195-S1 and 4260-S1 LEDs use 4 to indicate 4-in-1 design, and 195 and 260 refer that they’re respectively suitable for P1.95 and P2.6 LED displays.


Letters in the middle


The second section are sometimes missing in a product ID. If letters appear in the middle, just like the 1820-BB-S2, it defines some special treatment to achieve unique features for an LED. BB here stands for a black frame to increase the contrast of the LED.




The last section of the production ID usually include letters and a digit. There are usually three different options for the letters here, including S for S series, A for A series, and KS for KS series.


S series are standard version with copper wires inside for electrical connections; A series are LEDs utilizing gold wires inside the module for more stable electrical connection; KS series are flagship series for high quality standards and offers 5 years warranty.


The digits at the end indicate different brightness versions of LEDs with same design. For example, 2020-A1, 2020-A2, and 2020-A3 are respectively for 1000nit, 1200nit, and 2500nit screen brightness.


Additional Prefix & Suffix


LED package technique varies a lot according to different requirement of applications. To further distinguish the designs of LEDs, additional prefix and suffix can be seen in Kinglight LED product IDs.


For example, the prefix TOP of the TOP1010-S1 LED means an advanced LED package technology briefly named as TOP.

The MC0606N-M1 LED has both prefix and suffix for the 4 digits. MC stands for Micro-in-Package (MiP) LED, and N means the LED has a common cathode structure, which is dedicated to further decrease the power consumption of the LED.

common cathode LED

LED utilizing common cathode design allows different voltage inputs for R, G, and B.