How to select the model of outdoor LED display?

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With the development and progress of science and technology, nowadays, led displays can be seen everywhere in our lives. this kind of display can not only display words, but also display patterns. Therefore, it is widely used by businesses. It is believed that many users do not know how to choose a model. Of course, the LED display manufacturer will provide an adaptation scheme. What is the basis for selecting a model? How much is the outdoor led display?


This is an outdoor LED display screen from Egypt. The screen is still clearly visible in the strong sunlight! Show your products and brands on the streets where people come and go!

According to distance

P generally represents the pixel spacing, while the value behind P mainly refers to the distance between two pixel points, which is commonly referred to as the point spacing. In addition, the smaller the dot spacing value, the higher the unit pixel, the clearer the display, and the more suitable for close viewing.

Therefore, for outdoor LED display screen, P6 or P8 is generally used in a short distance, P10 or P12 is used in a far distance, and P16 or P20 is used in a far distance.

According to area

If the playing area is less than 20 square meters, it is recommended to use the high-definition refresh outdoor screen between P2.5 and P5. With an area of 20 to 30 square meters, it is recommended to use a full-color LED display screen between P5 and P10. With an area of 30 to 100 square meters and a viewing distance of 10 meters, it is recommended to use a large LED display screen between P10 and P16.


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What does the dot spacing of LED display mean?

At present, outdoor LED display models are divided into P3, P4, P5, P6, P8, P10 and higher P20. The point spacing of P3 is 3mm, that of P4 is 4mm, and so on. The smaller the number behind P, the more pixels in the unit area, the clearer the image, and of course, the higher the price. If you put aside the price factor, it is no problem to choose a better and clearer one.

From the above analysis, it can be concluded that the actual area is related to the viewing distance. The farther the viewing distance is, the larger the screen area will be. Therefore, the requirement for screen clarity is not high, so you can choose a screen with a large point spacing. If the economy allows, you can also choose a screen with a small spacing. The cost is higher and the definition is higher.

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