SECTION 3005. General Sign Standards.
10. Electronic Signs. A permanent sign consisting of text, symbolic imagery, or both, that uses an electronic display created through use of a pattern of lights in a dot matrix configuration allowing the sign face to intermittently change the image without having to physically or mechanically replace the sign face, including an LED (Light Emitting Diode) sign, as distinguished from a static image sign. No electronic sign shall:
a. Contain or display animated, moving video, or scrolling advertising.
b. Display an image, symbol, or combination thereof for a period of time less than sixty (60) minutes and a change in image, symbol, or combination shall be accomplished within two (2) seconds and occur simultaneously. Once changed, the symbol or image shall remain static until the next change.
c. Display more than ten (10) different displays per cycle.
An electronic sign must:
a. Contain a default mechanism that freezes the sign in one position if a malfunction occurs.
b. Automatically adjust the intensity of its display according to natural ambient light conditions.