LED screens may be designed for both indoor and outdoor use. The latter can have a brightness of 2,000 to 6,000 nits, as well as they are resistant to the direct effects of water. The brightness of the screens intended for indoor use ranges 600 to 1,500 nits.
The main parameter of LED screens is considered to be the pixel pitch, spacing between the pixels, which plays one of the most important roles. The greater the spacing between the pixels on the screen, the poorer the image resolution. This means that the screen is designed to display an image that has to be seen from a greater distance, so that the eye can see the entire screen as a single image but not as individual dots.
Outdoor screens typically have a pixel spacing of 2.6 to 16 mm, while the spacing in indoor screens ranges 1.2 to 4 mm. Recently screens with ultra-short spacing between pixels, also known as MicroLED screens, have become particularly popular. The pixel spacing in these screens is up to 1.2 mm. MicroLED screens already today can boast such a high resolution that corresponds to the combination of a monitor and projection, ensuring an extremely large and bright image, which makes MicroLED a particularly suitable solution for meeting rooms or hotel lobbies.
An interesting thing is that LED screens can also be ‘transparent’. In the daytime, they partially transmit sunlight, making them less visible than the common ones. The most popular application of such screens is for shop windows or facade lighting.
Our company can offer you LED screen solutions of any form, as well as, based on your specific needs, connect them at the 90-degree angle or use flexible modules to have them bent at the required angle.
One more application of LED screens is LED flooring. Floor-mounted screens can be used in nightclub dance floors and museums as an interactive installation.