When it comes to direct-view LED displays, pixel pitch is a technical unit of measurement, but the term has also become a primary means for manufacturers to distinguish and market their goods. Pixel pitch helps to discern the levels of user LED displays and ensures that the resolution and image quality are enhanced.
Decision-makers can easily weigh their display size, viewing distance, resolution, and cost choices, equipped with all the pixel pitch information.
Pixel Pitch Basics
The pixel pitch is the millimetre (mm) width from the centre of the LED array or package, above, below and next to the centre of the next LED package. The LED sets are mounted on circuit boards and backplates, recognized as modules.
By incorporating these modules into broader display surfaces, the LED video walls are placed together, holding them together like smooth tiles. The more packages of LEDs on one module are installed together, the more it costs. Many of the manufacturing costs for LED screen advertising relate to the expense of the small LED lights' parts, cabling and production processes.
Pitch and Display Resolution
When it comes to viewing assembly, a video wall's total footprint specifically corresponds to the LED screen advertisements' pixel pitch. This is particularly true if, like a 4 K projection screen in a boardroom, you are looking for a particular resolution to build a display wall.