How to choose indoor full color LED display

Now indoor full-color LED display has gradually replaced much conventional display equipment, such as projector, LCD and other display equipment share in the continuous reduction, which is attributed to LED display low power consumption, long life, and high flexibility advantages.

What do we need to know if we want to buy an indoor full-color LED display?

Choose indoor full color LED display need to pay attention to a few points

First. Conference room LED display model

Conference room full color LED display P1.2, P1.5, P1.6, P1.8, P1.9, P2, P2.5, P3, P4 full color LED display. These are mainly classified according to the point spacing of the LED display, P2.5 is the distance between our two pixel points is 2.5mm, P3 is 3mm and so on. So the point spacing is different, we have different pixels in each square meter, so our clarity is different. The smaller the point density, the more points per pixel, the higher the clarity.

The different models will also greatly affect the price. For example, P3 and P4 are thousands of pieces per square, but P1.2 and P1.5 need tens of thousands of squares.

Conference room LED display
Conference room LED display

Second, install the environment

The installation environment is a top consideration in our choice of LED display. Our LED display is installed in the hall, or installed in the meeting room, or installed on the stage; Is fixed installation, or need to move installation.

Three, closer viewing distance

The closer viewing distance is that we are generally standing a few meters away from the screen to watch. For example, the best viewing distance of P2.5 is 2.5 meters away, and the best viewing distance of P3 is 3 meters away.

As the name implies, the number after P not only represents our LED display model but also represents our better viewing distance. Therefore, when choosing the indoor LED display model, the approximate viewing distance must be estimated, so that we can choose a good model.

Four, screen area Screen size

The larger the screen area, the smaller the point spacing, the higher the clarity. If the screen area is larger, it can usually make up for the defect of our nearest viewing distance through the screen area, but the least way to make up for it is in this way.


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