Fixed in one place permanently, IP65 protection level to withstand all weather conditions, usually used for building top/ facade, gas station, hospital, hotel, shopping mall, roadside billboard, etc.
How to choose the most suitable display product for you? This is a common question often encountered when picking out products. LED or LCD? One of the most obvious differences between the two products is the presence or absence of a backlight.
LED stands for Light Emitting Diode, while LCD is short for Liquid Crystal Display. The difference between the two is the location and type of lights used. LEDs use diodes, while LCDs use fluorescent lights. LEDs are also slimmer than LCDs, providing higher quality, sharper images and HD output.
There are two basic reasons why LED TVs provide a better picture. First, LED TVs work with a color wheel or unique RGB color lights (red, green, blue) to produce more lifelike, clearer colors. Second, LEDs can be dimmed. The dimming feature of the backlight in LED TVs makes the picture appear in truer blacks by dimming the lights and blocking more light from passing through the panel. Edge-lit LED TVs do not have this feature; however, edge-lit LED TVs can display a truer white than fluorescent LED TVs.
For LED display, it has many advantages compared with LCD.
The brightness of the LED display is significantly higher than that of the LCD display. Images and videos are clearly displayed even in direct sunlight, while the LCD display cannot display properly under the influence of ambient light.
The screen brightness level of the LED can be adjusted according to the ambient light. Brightness varies from a few hundred to a few thousand.
Wider viewing angle
To ensure that people can see the image clearly from different angles. The LED display ensures a wider viewing angle, up to 160°. And with LCD monitors, the viewing angle is more limited and narrower.
The contrast ratio of the LED screen is much higher than that of the LCD screen, and the high contrast ratio can ensure the visibility under different conditions. For example, commercial LED screens can greatly display picture details whether indoors or outdoors with strong sunlight during the day.
The power consumption ratio of LCD and LED screen is about 10:1. Lower power consumption can help users save money and extend service life. LED TVs are more efficient and consume less power. They can also work with low power sources and are compatible with generators and solar panels, making them 20 to 30 percent more energy efficient than LCD TVs.
Customized size and shape
Due to manufacturing process limitations, LCD screens cannot be easily customized to size. For LED, its unique manufacturing process is convenient for customizing the size and shape.
For example, LED cabinets can be installed as LED TV walls (referring to large-sized display screens), which can theoretically be infinitely large. This feature allows LED screens to appear seamlessly and without borders, while LCD screens inevitably have borders on the surface and cannot achieve large displays.
Commercial LED screens have a much longer lifespan than LCDs. Basically, the lifespan of commercial LED screens can reach 50,000 hours, while the lifespan of LCD screens can only reach 30,000 hours, which is only 60% of that of LED screens. In the same usage scenario, if you use them 10 hours a day, the working life will be 15 years and 8 years respectively.