LED VIDEO DISPLAY




     

        LED Display is a large and bright screen comprised of pixels. Pixels are dots on your LED screen that together form an image and are a mix of individual red, green and blue LED's. The distance between two pixels is called pixel pitch. When the correct pixel pitch is chosen for the typical viewing distance, the individual pixels are not visible to the viewer.


An LED display is a system consisting of LED panels, tiles or strings, a video processor, signal processor and data distributors. Giant LED displays are suited to almost any location and are used to address large audiences from just a few meters. Displays provide unparalleled flexibility in size with wide viewing angles to inform and entertain large audiences.


Only LED displays can offer high quality brightness, colour saturation and contrast in any viewing environment or weather. The wide ranging flexibility and capabilities of LED displays are unmatched by any other display technology like LCD or plasma.