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With a strong, long-standing reputation to maintain, we believe in quality. That’s why our screens are built using industry leading technologies such as SMD LED’s which provide outstanding image quality.
Sizing isn’t everything and there are several factors to consider when building a high quality screen, such as, the type of light emitting diode (LED) used, pixel pitch and brightness. That’s not all but those are the main three. What they are and what they do is explained below.
An LED screen is made of individual panels and on those panels are ‘pixels’. Pixel pitch is simply the distance between two adjacent pixels. It is responsible for a screens resolution. The smaller the pixel pitch the larger the resolution.
This is because less space between individual pixels means more pixels can be fitted overall. More pixels makes for a higher quality image.
On a conventional screen a ‘pixel’ is a collection of individual red, green and blue LED’s. On an S.M.D screen those red, green and blue LED’s are condensed into one LED making the size of an individual pixel considerably smaller.
A smaller pixel means a smaller pixel pitch. Because of this SMD LED screens are able to produce much higher resolutions than a conventional screen.