The graphic above represents the size of your matrix as viewed from the back side. The outline of each panel is in grey. The green item on the left is a computer mount that will secure your computer to the back of the matrix. The optimal position of the computer is depicted correctly.
The red crosses at the joint of each panel is representing an X mount. These X mounts allow the panels to be mounted side to side, top to bottom. The light blue items on the outside joints represent Ts. The Ts allow for panels to be secured on outside edges and have extra material to allow for mounting to an enclosure. The X and T system does not work with indoor P5 panels. They are only compatible with indoor P10 panels and outdoor panels. Sometimes this system costs less, and sometimes it costs more, it depends on your panel size.
The red lines down the center of each joint between the panels represents a center mount strip. This allows the panels to be screwed together side by side and have extra material at the top to allow for mounting to an enclosure. The light blue strips on the left and right of the panel represent side mounting strips. They come in a pair. They allow you to mount the sides of a panel to an enclosure.
The red dots in the four corners of each panel represents a set of magnets. The magnets will hold the panel to a steel structure allowing the panel to be serviced easily without unscrewing the panel from a mounting plate.
Build a Custom Panel Matrix
This page assumes you are building a panel matrix from scratch. It defaults to having everything you would need to build a matrix with as
little effort as possible. After you have configured your matrix, you can add all the parts to the cart with a single button.
From there, you can add, edit, or modify the cart as you see fit.
By filling out the form below, this calculator will draw your panel and give you pricing.
As an added bonus, it will also give you the measurement of the panel in meters and feet, the resolution in pixels, and the aspect ratio.
If you adjust the "Show" and "Pic Aspect" drop downs, it will impose an image onto the panel at a given aspect ratio in one
of three different display methods to help you decide how large you would like to make your panel.
Configure Your Panel
Extra Spare Panels
Matrix Mounting System
Power Supply Type
Power Supply Mounting Plate
Power Distribution Boards