LED Screen Frequently Asked Questions

What is an LED screen?

LED screen is just like a huge TV. The image on it is formed by pixels that consist of tiny LED chips. Each pixel on an LED screen has a red, green and a blue LED crystal that lights up in a certain way to create a specific color. If you take a close look, you will see a large amount of different colored lights, but if you take a few steps back – the image looks smooth and defined.

Types of LED screens and how they differ?

It is fair to say, that there are a few types of LED screens and it may be challenging to figure out how they differ from each other for a person that has never dealt with this technology. However, it is not difficult at all. LED screens may be divided into two groups – first group includes the screens for the stationary installation, the second group includes the rental screens. The major difference between the two is in the types of the panel assemblies. Rental screens utilize the light aluminium alloy with the quick-locking joints. Naturally, the cost of these panels is higher. Each one of these groups has options for the outdoor usage and indoor usage. Outdoor screens have a higher brightness potential and are made to be waterproof.

What is a “pixel pitch” of an LED screen?

Pixel pitch is a distance between the centers of the adjoining LED chips – both, horizontal and vertical, measured in millimeters. This quantity is one of the major parameters of an LED screen. The smaller the pitch, the higher the resolution is, and vice versa. The higher the resolution is – the clearer the image is.

What are the highest and the lowest possible LED screen observation distances?

The highest and the lowest LED screen observation distances are measured based on a few factors: pixel pitch and the size of the screen. The highest distance is calculated by transforming the pixel pitch into feet (ft). For instance: the optimal distance for a screen with a 10 mm pixel pitch (P10) would be around 30 ft, 5 mm pitch (P5) – 15 ft, and so on.

What is a 16-bit LED screen technology?

LED screens that use the 8-bit technologies are able to visualize 256 subcolors for each one of the three major colors. That means, that they can visualize 256 x 256 x 256 = 16,8 million colors in general. The screens that utilize the 16-bit technology 65, 000 subcolors for each on of the three major colors, making it a 65,000 x 65, 000 x 65, 000 = 280 trillion colors total.

How much power does LED screen consume?

Since LED screens differ in sizes and assembly types, the proper question would sound like: “What is the power consumption of a single panel?”. There are also “maximum power consumption” and “minimum power consumption” terms. All these measurements may vary, depending on the screen type and its usage schedule, however, the average power consumption of a single LED panel averages between 60 and 150 Watts.

Can LED screen be harmful for health?

LED chips, used in LED screens, have a natural emitting spectrum that we experience daily and is not harmful for a human health and vision. LED screen does not radiate any UV or IR spectrum.

Production and delivery terms

Production and delivery terms may vary drastically, depending on the size of the screen, terms and conditions of the delivery, therefore, it may take anywhere between 15 and 75 business days.


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