An LCD video wall is a sizable visual display made of many LCD displays, commonly referred to as “tiles.” These unique displays are very different from traditional television sets because they were created expressly for use in these applications. The reliability, mounting method, and bezel width have the biggest variances. These particular panels are anticipated to play for far longer than typical television sets, which are only meant to play for a few hours a day, usually even 24/7. Additionally, the uptime must be as high as feasible because the environments in which these video walls are installed are occasionally crucial.
Advantages of LCD video wall:
LCD video walls typically provide a lot of light. LCD performs better, especially when compared to rear-projection cubes lighted by LEDs. This permits use in the majority of lighting situations, including daylight.
The most affordable video wall solution is frequently LCD. The cost of direct LED is typically the highest.
Low housing requirements:
Since rear-projection cubes are fairly deep, a rear maintenance room is required (unless front access is allowed). They require a lot of real estate space as a result. Only the panel depth and wall mounting are replaced with LCD video walls on a wall. Typically, this is less than 20 cm / 7.9″.
|500（cd) /m2 or 700（cd)/m2
|Control signal input
|Loop out signal
|Max power consumption