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A light-emitting diode (LED) is a semiconductor light source that emits light when current flows through it. Electrons in the semiconductor recombine with electron holes, releasing energy in the form of photons.
Indoor and outdoor LED displays.
This question is important because outdoor panels are generally more expensive than indoor panels. The primary difference is resolution. Since outdoor panels are usually seen from further distances, screen resolution will be lower. Outdoor LED panels will likely be brighter because they are used in sunlight. Also, outdoor panels will be more durable as they need to withstand weather conditions: dust, moisture, dirt, etc. Outdoor panels will consume more energy as well. On the other hand, indoor panels have higher resolution, are less durable to weather, but consume less power. For all these reasons, we recommend indoor panels, unless you need to use an outdoor screen.
The answer is based on the space you have available. You don’t want too small of a screen, nor would you want too big of a screen in a small venue.
The next important question: is how much space do you have on your stage? A general rule is to take the width of your stage and subtract 10 feet. For example, if the width of your stage is 50 feet, then a 40 foot LED wall would be appropriate.
The minimum viewing distance of your audience will depend on the pixel pitch of your panels:
P1.99mm: 6 ft.
P2.97mm: 8 ft.
P3.91mm: 10 ft.
P5mm: 15 ft.
The most common techniques are:
1) Ground Support Installation: This method system is a combination of a base-unit, connection bar, and ladder truss that creates a very stable system to support your LED screens in various configurations and offers flexibility in height as well as width.
2) Flown Method (rigging): There are certain requirements that need to be in place in order to fly a screen. Most importantly, there needs to be ample structural support in the ceiling to hold the total weight of the screen. When someone says they want to “Fly” an LED screen, that means the screen will be rigged to either an overhead truss system, a ceiling grid, a crane, or some other support structure from above.
3) Wall Mounted: Some panels can be drilled and mounted into the wall. This is a great option if you’re looking for an aesthetically clean look with easy maintenance features, but it will be an additional cost.
We include all costs in the overall quote. The installation cost will depend on the installation method and size of the video wall.
Indoor brightness: 1000-1500 nits
Outdoor brightness: 3500-6000 nits
Pixel pitch is the distance from the center of an LED cluster (or pixel) to the center of the next LED cluster/pixel measured in millimeters. Resolution is the number of pixels contained in the physical area of your LED display. The more pixels you have per square meter, the more detail your wall displays. The general rule is 2.5 ft. per 1mm of resolution.
We offer high refresh rate panels. If you broadcast online, you’ll want to ensure your panels have a refresh rate of no less than 3840 Hz. Low refresh rate panels will result in wavy lines that will distract your audience.
Our warranty is included in the overall price. We offer a 3-year warranty on all of our LED Wall panels.
In the case that a pixel fails or is not functioning properly, we simply remove the module and replace it with a spare.
With LED panels you have the flexibility to create multiple designs and change the shape as many times as you want. Our team of technicians will assist you in redesigning your screen, as needed.
Most LED Panels are rated for 60,000 to 100,000 hours. You’ll have these panels for a long time and will get a lot of life out of them. In the case something malfunctions, you can contact us and we will give you all the information to properly service and maintain your panels.
There is no simple answer. These factors listed below will affect the overall cost.
1.) Pixel Pitch: The lower the pixel pitch, the higher the cost.
2.) Size: The larger the wall, the more panels you’ll need.
3.) Refresh Rate: Refresh Rates 3840hz and higher are referred to as “high refresh rate”. This will contribute to a high panel cost.
4.) Installation Method: Your installation method will affect the overall cost.