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LED Walls: comprised of LED Tiles or Displays
Digital Signage options for advertising / Info
Touchscreen interactive options
LED (Direct View) VS LCD Multi Display Walls
LED Moving Head Projectors
What are the incredible advantages of Direct View LED panels and assembled WALLS:
You the Client - have got the right product to meet the needs of the facility for many years to come and you will easily stay right up with ever developing technology. They are Money-saving and stress relieving and quality-delivering every time!
Unlimited Creativity and unique advertising with no limits on size or shape of the display – use standard 480mm (18.9”) square panels for each pixel pitch, brightness and cabinet rating. Common frame design can house almost any product family of panels.
Resolution to fit the Environment - for viewing distances as close as 1 few feet to a few thousand feet and everywhere in-between, displays are built with the proper pixel pitch for the viewing distance. Exceptional viewing angle with no color shift guarantees that everyone has a perfect view of the display.
Cost of operation - uses almost no energy, no fans or moving parts at all. After installation there is very little to no maintenance required. Cost versus resolution and viewing angle have dropped greatly. Modular Components -If some part of the display stops working for any reason, it can easily be replaced or repaired. No part of the display costs more than a few percentage points of the sales price.
Low noise for Studios of all types because they generate no noise with no moving parts is easy to read from any viewing angle.
Very little heat given off because of no incandescent light source and 100% solid state technology - no moving parts, no noise, extremely low operating cost and hardly any heat is generated by the displays at all, even when running at full brightness.
Quality of the picture- Achieves a Perfect Black level for best contrast - Absolutely no light coming out of pixels when they are supposed to be black. Plus, brightnesses up to and including full sunlight intensity for high light areas. ability to match the brightness of the display to the surrounding environment
The best color saturation, viewing angle, refresh rates, lag between off and on time and complete lack of any reflection off the display’s surface.
Accurate Colors - built by adding 24 bit color in increments of .0001% using a pure red, pure green and pure blue light engine for each pixel as opposed to a subtractive method as you have with LCD and various projector technologies where you start with a white light source and use LCD to subtract away the colors for each pixel that you do not need.
The very high refresh rate - reduces eye fatigue and allows perfect capture by video and still cameras.
The Environment - Lowest energy use of any display technology, no sound from fans or motors and all of the parts can be repaired thus keeping tons of dangerous materials out of landfills.
Advanced Calibration Technology - No problems with matching the colors individual panels to each other. Each product family’s panels built to the same color parameters
Low liability risk - No glass to get broken OR to reflect ambient light that interferes with the excellent contrast delivered by the black matte surface of the shaders and LED lenses.
Bottom line for you and your investors – They get a better return on their investment from a technology product that has a lifetime measured in decades as opposed to fiscal quarters.
If you’re in the market for a visualization system, you’ve probably found that video wall displays come in a bewildering range of shapes, sizes, and technologies. You may also have noticed that many manufacturers use different names for the same technologies and make conflicting claims about which technology performs the best.
Understandably, this can create a lot of confusion for buyers. For many people, one particular point of confusion is the difference between two popular display types: “LCD” (sometimes called “LED-LCD”) and “LED” (sometimes called “Direct View LED”). Though they may sound similar, LCD and Direct View LED are two distinct display technologies with their own unique features and benefits. So, what are those benefits? How do they differ? If you’re struggling to answer those questions, we’re here to help!
What is LCD?
LCD (liquid crystal display) is a flat panel display type that has been popular for years in both the video wall and consumer electronics markets. Chances are, you already use LCD technology several times a day – it’s the display type used in most smartphones, computer monitors, and television screens.
LCD panels are composed of a layer of liquid crystal sandwiched between two pieces of polarized glass. Liquid crystal is a substance that flows like a liquid but has molecules that can be oriented like crystals. When an electric current is applied to the liquid crystals, the crystals shift, allowing light to pass through to create an image. Liquid crystals don’t produce their own light, so backlights are arranged behind the glass to illuminate the display. LEDs (light-emitting diodes) are the most common type of backlight used today, and some manufacturers market their LED-backlit LCDs as “LED-LCD.”
Advantages of LCD
LCDs are bright, affordable, reliable, and provide excellent visual performance. LCD is an extremely high-resolution technology, so LCD video walls can display text, images, and video in sharp detail. These advantages make LCDs a great option for a range of video wall applications, from military control rooms to university research centers.
Disadvantages of LCD
When LCDs are tiled together to create a video wall, bezels (or seams) are visible between the individual panels. This can be seen as a disadvantage when comparing LCD to seamless display types like Direct View LED. However, manufacturers are reducing bezel-width with every new generation of displays, so you’ll find that the bezels on newer LCDs are much less noticeable.
Direct View LED
What is LED?
Like LCD, Direct View LED (sometimes just called “LED”) is a flat-panel display type involving the use of light-emitting diodes (LEDs). However, Direct View LED works very differently from LCD. In a Direct View LED display, hundreds of tiny LEDs are mounted directly on a panel, and no liquid crystal or polarized glass is used. Instead of serving as a backlight (like they do in LCD displays), the LEDs in Direct View LED displays produce images themselves. Each LED is essentially a tiny light bulb that emits colored light when a particular voltage is applied to it. Clusters of red, green, and blue LEDs are grouped on the panel, creating the full-color pixels needed to produce an image.
Direct View LED was once a lower-resolution display type used mainly in giant outdoor displays, but the development of smaller LEDs in recent years have made much higher resolutions possible. These recent advances have made Direct View LED an exciting new option for indoor video walls.
Advantages of LED
Direct View LED panels have no bezels, so they can be tiled together to form a completely seamless video wall. LED displays are also extremely bright, reliable, energy-efficient, and have the best color accuracy and refresh rates of any display type available today. These qualities make Direct View LED an excellent choice for large-scale digital signage and other applications that demand high-impact visuals.
Disadvantages of LED
Although prices are expected to decrease over the coming years, higher-resolution LED walls are currently several times more expensive than LCDs, so this technology is still out of reach for most customers. In addition, even the highest-resolution LED displays still can’t provide the ultra-high resolutions available from LCD. For use-cases that require attention to the finest details, LCD displays may still be preferred.
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