What Factors Should You Consider When Choosing an Indoor LED Display:
When installing a LED display, you have to consider what is the main reason you want to install it in the first place. Is it for aesthetic looks you are aiming for, or there is certain information you wish to display? You must also understand who’s your target audience. Find out whether it is for advertising, meeting, information display, interactive, etc. Most importantly, you must be able to utilize it well so that it doesn’t become a waste.
Size and Viewing Angle
Indoor LED display technology has come a long way in recent years. Nowadays, indoor LED displays are available in variety of sizes and viewing angles to suit consumer needs. The viewing distance for a LED display usually depends on the pixel pitch and the sizes of the LED screen. Each pixel pitch serves its viewing distance range. Moreover, the LED size usually depends on the room size and sitting arrangement.
The main purpose of installing an indoor LED display is to attract the passerbys as LED display is meant to be shown and seen. Ensure the location you want to display your LED display is in a strategic area. Therefore, you will need to ensure that it serves its purpose. The next thing that you need to keep in mind is to avoid installing in areas that have potential hazards. For instance, such areas that are prone to vandalism, places that are likely to cause an accident, blocked by certain objects, and others.
A Room with Good Air Circulation
Most people are unaware of how vital having good air circulation is in maintaining the LED display. Yes, you can install the LED display at a place with no good air circulation, however, the performance may not be as good as new after a certain period of time. Keep in mind that replacing a new LED display can be costly and we believe prevention is better than cure. Bad air circulation will not just affect the LED display performance but also damage the entire LED display.
When installing an LED display, most people forget about the brightness needed. If the brightness is too bright, it could be harmful to the eyes, and wasteful of energy. The brighter the LED display, the more electricity consumption it will use. As for indoor display, the maximum brightness varies from 600nits to 1,200nits depending on the pixel pitch. Meanwhile, for outdoor displays, the maximum brightness varies from 5,500nits to 8,000nits to overcome the sunlight.