Take your advertising to a whole new level with indoor and outdoor full-colour video screens.Offering you state of the art solution for indoor and outdoor digital advertising with full-colour displays, a wide range of sizes with animated and static graphics using videos or live feeds and streaming visuals.
RGB displays also known as LED screens, LED billboards, digital billboards or electronic billboards are becoming more popular throughout the world, thanks to dramatic improvements in quality and price decrease over the last few years. These products are used more and more throughout the world.
They are replacing static outdoor billboards allowing the user to change content immediately over the internet, without having to send a team of workers to replace static images.
The movement and colours attract a great deal of attention and awareness from clients, furthermore, a single LED screen can display advertisements form multiple clients or show multiple products and services in the same space as traditional signs. This can generate more income for the owner of the display.
They can show advertisements, videos, television as well as real-time information such as time, temperature, exchange rates, gold price, stock market information, news and more. More and more companies are using them to create company awareness, attract more attention, display company news and special offers or services that they offer.
- Eye-catching with bright colours and amazing quality.
- Fast, easy and simple to change the content.
- Many options of communication such as USB connection, LAN, Wi-Fi, 3/4G modems via the internet.
- Can display streaming videos from the internet or real-time feed.
- Can display many large and different video formats such as JPEG, GIF, AVI.
- Can display real-time information, such as, Time and Temperature.
- Compatible with external devices such as DSTV, PVR, VCR, or any DVI, HDMI FEED.
- Operates on industrial computer for guaranteed reliable operation.
What you should consider when buying an LED Screen
Permission – You will require permission from the landlord, property owner, and sometimes from the relevant municipality.
Display Brightness – The display brightness depends on your placement whether it is indoor or outdoor. For outdoor, the display should be at least 6500 NIT in order to be seen clearly during broad daylight. Indoor screens depend on the ambient light and should be in the range of 1800-2800 NIT.
Pixel Pitch – The pixel pitch should be suitable for the viewing distance that you require. The smaller the pitch, the closer the distance that the screen can be viewed comfortably. Keep in mind, a smaller pitch number, means that the display has more LEDs per m2 and that the display will have a higher cost.
Structure – The structure depends whether the sign will be mounted on a wall or on single or multiple poles.
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Communication – There are multiple communication options available, they depend on the client’s needs and networks available. PolyComp will advise on the best option for you.
Screen size – The screen size should be suitable for your needs, taking into consideration the available space.
Electricity Consumption –Electricity consumption depends on whether the screen is indoor or outdoor. PolyComp will provide the maximum and average consumptions. The maximum consumption is used in the electricity supply calculate. PolyComp Will also advise whether a single or 3-phases electrical supply is required.
Understanding RGB Terms and Definitions
1) LED – The term LED stands for, Light Emitting Diode. The part that converts electrical current into light. The screen is made of 3 LED colours: Red, Green, Blue (Also known as RGB Screens).
The LEDs are the most important parts of the display, they determine the brightness, viewing angle, effecting and the lifetime of the display.
2) LED Types:
DIP LEDs are individual LEDs, usually 1 for red, 1 green, and 1 blue LED per pixel.
SMD LEDs have all 3 colours in one capsule. They are physically smaller than DIP LEDs and are usually used in small pitch size applications. There are different sizes available.
3) Pixel – This is the primary part of the display, made of LEDs, and consist of all the colours that can be displayed.
4) Pitch – The pitch is the distance between two close pixels, the lower the pitch, the better the picture quality.
5) Module – This is an array of pixels in a plastic casing, the complete unit includes, PCB, driving ICs and components, LEDs and epoxy for waterproofing (Epoxy is only used if the module is needed for outdoor applications).
6) Cabinet – An enclosure consisting of several modules including power suppliers, ventilation, receiving card and cables.
7) Receiving Card – This card receives the video signal from the sending card and translates it into digital pulses to switch on the LEDs as required, to illuminate the required colour and intensity.
8) Entire Screen – The complete display, made up of a structure, several cabinets and the control system. The control system consists of: an industrial PCs, sending card, cables and power supply.
9) Control System – The card gets the video signal from an external device via DVI input, and sends the video image to the receiving cards.