How to Pick a Suitable LED Screen
How It All Works
• Choose a pixel pitch (resolution) LED screen which fits your needs.
• Determine your screen size, design and form or select a suggested common model.
• Any size & design is possible because LED displays are built from smaller modular panels.
• Our screens can be assisted by a number of methods stacked to flown from land.
• Decide what you want and let us do the rest on your phone!
Resolution is the actual distance from the middle of one pixel to its nearest neighboring pixel measured in millimetres. The higher the number, the lower the pixels and the lower the resolution; the lower the number, the higher the pixels and the greater the resolution. Let's just take one step forward. Resolution is the number of pixels within your LED Screen's physical area. The more pixels you've got per square meter, the more detail your wall can reveal. Total resolution is determined by size of monitor, pixel technology, pixel pitch and distance of view.
Here is an example showing resolution in 6 mm steps from left to right and underneath the lowest resolution…
Resolution Vs Viewing Distance
Knowing how distance viewing and resolution correlate can not only help you match yourself better with the right product, but can also save you a lot of money. Distance viewing is rather arbitrary, but can be measured approximately based on the type of display and the distance from the monitor. Can monitor should have a minimum viewing distance recommended that can vary depending on the application and the intended use.
One thing that people tend to particularly care about on an LED display is the size of the document. Text is sometimes misconceived and, if you are not careful, will make your use ineffectual. Mostly this can be explained by the following principle: the larger the character, the longer the viewing distance, while the shorter viewing distance would be a small character. The more room and amount of pixels you have, the better your content will look.
LED VS PROJECTION
Projectors and LED use two different forms of measurement when it comes to brightness. Projectors measure in LUX where LED measures in NIT
3.426 LUX = 1 NIT
What does this mean? It means a NIT is almost 3.5 times brighter than a LUX. This means LED walls can be run at 20-30% of its capable brightness, which in return prolongs the life of your LED wall!