There are many types of commercial display screens on the market, such as LCD screens, OLEDs, etc., but in terms of development speed, small-pitch LED screens are still one of the products that have attracted much attention. According to data surveys, as early as 2019, the global small-pitch LED display market has reached 17.3 billion yuan, accounting for a considerable proportion of 38.23%. After experiencing a brief stagnation during the epidemic, it has ushered in a new wave of development. wave. Although small-pitch LED displays are hot, few people really understand them.
What is a fine-pitch LED screen?
Fine-pitch LED screen, also known as macro LED screen and small-pitch LED screen, is a high-pixel density LED screen technology. It uses small-sized LED chips and high-density pixel arrangement to present higher resolution and clearer images on a relatively small display area.
Traditional LED screens usually have large pixel spacing, so when viewed at a close distance, obvious pixel graininess may appear, affecting image quality. The pixel pitch of fine-pitch LED screen is relatively small, usually less than a few millimeters, and can even reach the sub-millimeter level. Therefore, there is almost no pixel graininess when viewed at close range, and can present a more delicate and realistic image effect. .
Fine-pitch LED screens are widely used in high-definition video playback, advertising displays, indoor stage shows and other occasions, especially in commercial displays and indoor venues. Its high-quality image expression and visual effects bring a more shocking viewing experience to the audience. . At the same time, the fine-pitch LED screen also has a modular design, is easy to install and maintain, and can adapt to the needs of venues of different sizes and various special scenes.
What is a fine pixel pitch LED video wall?
Fine pixel pitch LED video wall is a high-level fine pitch LED display technology that uses very small pixel pitch, usually below the sub-millimeter level, to achieve extremely high pixel density and excellent image quality. This technology is designed to eliminate the graininess of pixels that may appear when viewing at close range, giving viewers a more realistic and detailed visual effect.
Fine-pixel pitch LED video walls typically consist of modular LED displays that can be spliced together to create large, high-resolution video walls. In indoor applications, this kind of video wall is often used for advertising displays, commercial displays, indoor stage shows, conference speeches, sports events, etc., providing excellent image quality, attracting the audience’s attention, and creating a shocking visual experience.
Advantages of fine-pitch LED screens
High resolution and natural color reproduction
Point-by-point correction technology uses the principle of LED lighting to completely retain the authenticity of colors, avoiding color loss and deviation caused by other display technologies such as backlight projection materials and light running paths, and achieving true color reproduction.
The small-pitch LED screen has the characteristics of high refresh rate and high gray scale. The picture display is more stable and the response speed is fast. It can effectively remove the afterimage and water ripples of the image, making the picture smooth and better for viewing experience.
In the past, LED screens were limited by production technology, and there would be tiny gaps after being spliced into a large screen, which became a pain point in the industry. The emergence of small-pitch LED screens has made it possible to achieve seamless splicing of large screens.
High grayscale for better color performance
Even at low brightness, the grayscale performance of the display is almost perfect. The layering and vividness of the displayed picture are much higher than those of traditional displays, and can show more details and information in the image.
What is the minimum spacing for LED walls?
The minimum pitch of an LED wall is often called “pixel pitch” or “pixel density” and refers to the distance between adjacent LED pixels. With the continuous advancement of technology, the pixel pitch of LED walls is getting smaller and smaller to achieve higher pixel density and more delicate display effects. The minimum spacing of common LED walls currently on the market is usually within the following range:
Fine-pitch LED screen: The pixel pitch is usually between 0.9 mm and 2.5 mm, and even smaller products are possible. Typically used in indoor venues, these displays offer high resolution and detailed image representation.
Ultra-fine pitch LED screen: The pixel pitch is usually below 0.7 mm, and sometimes can even reach 0.3 mm. These products deliver unparalleled image clarity and realism when viewed up close.