LED screens in all sorts of shapes and sizes and generally made heads turn. In short we strive to turn seemingly impossible ideas into reality. We are competitive, knowledgeable and used to working in challenging environments. A company is only as good as the people it works .
At today’s sports events spectators demand the complete experience. Our high resolution outdoor LED screens ensure that fans don’t miss a thing while action replays add to the excitement. On-screen messages can help to keep your crowd informed while advertising can often cover the cost of the screen. Our screens can be deployed on almost any site and competitive rates make them a great addition to your team.
The LED screen can be rotated 360 degrees and is fully controllable with a internal control room equipped with heating and air conditioning.
We have the widest range of high resolution LED modular walls for day or night, in both indoor and outdoor environments. In the series of our product range, we are also sourcing and supplying an extensive array of Outdoor Full Color LED Screen.
Outside Screen Hire LED
Banking on our years of experience, we have gained expertise in importing, supplying and exporting an extensive range of Outdoor LED screen for Films and outside Display Board.
LED screen trailer Hire
LED screen trailer has a 8mSMD LED display is high brightness and waterproof outside screen Hire with SMD LED, which is used for outdoor open events stadium daytime cinema events. With IP65 rating can against most weathers The system is able to operate perfectly in most weather (rain or even snow) or climate (from extreme cold to extreme heat), while the operator remains in terms of comfort thanks to the control room inside. Our list of audio visual services is constantly expanding and currently includes: The Trailer mounted LED Screen for outside is on a hydraulic lift that raises the display 13 ft off the trailer and it is on a turntable that allow the Screen to turn 360 degree turning of the sign when in the down or up position. Self contained a generator or can use shore power. Equipped with stereo speakers and full screen for film shows outside . Available exclusively from proscreens Outdoor screen Hire
LED Screen hire Terminology
: Light Emitting Diode – An LED Screen is an electronic device that emits light when an electrical current is passed through it
The energy efficient nature of screens made from LED’s allow them to produce brighter light than other types of bulb while using less energy.
SMD : Surface Mounted Diode – An electronic device whose components are placed or mounted onto the surface of the printed circuit board (PCB).
We often refer to the LED bulb as the SMD’s.
Benefits OF LED screen / SMD’s
Energy Efficient : Green Credentials
High Brightness screen and Intensity
Exceptional Colour Range
LED Encapsulation / Face Colour :
Something else to consider with screen is the face colour of the LED itself, this also has a direct effect on screens overall brightness and contrast.
White Face – most common of all LED types, as the name suggests, totally white faces LED surrounded by a black body / shell – high brightness, but not much contrast, can appear to wash out in direct sunlight, that when we turn the brightness up.
Grey Face or Half Black (HB) : More commonplace now, provides a good balance between brightness and contrast
Full Black / FB : This is a full black faced product. More commonly found on indoor screen, some outdoor product like the Roe MC7 uses it but comes not only at a financial cost but also it is not very bright.
Pixel Pitch : This is often referred to as P4, P3, P6 etc, it is a common place to hide behind the screens true pixel pitch as it can be argued that a 3.9mm product should really be a 4mm and a 4.8mm should be classed as 5mm, all sales patter and lets just say that a 4.8mm pitch is a 4mm product.
On a small run production of say 100sqm, the colour and brightness tolerance between each LED is much closer due to the low number of ‘Bins’ used, the screen will appear much more uniform in both brightness and colour.
Large, run production screens, tend to look patchy and not as uniform, because the tolerance of each LED is much further apart due to the higher number of bins used.
To be clear, you should never mix batches, try and stay within the resolutions / screen sizes you can build from an entire single batch.
Sometimes this is not possible, due to either client requiring something larger or stock of the same batch not been available.
It can be done, we can come close to matching, but it will not be perfect and if the content has lots of white contained in it, it will show up like a sore thumb. Avoid this at all cost.
Equally, big screens from large run batches can also be very poor on white.
That said, pixel pitch is measured in millimetres and refers to the distance measured from the centre or heart of one LED to the centre of the next led, that been either vertical or horizontal.
Brightness or Nits : Led screen brightness is measured in Nits, this the value of how much light is emitted, technically measured as one candela per square metre (cd/m2)
When comparing light output to projectors, remember that Ansi lumens is the measurement of light that is reflected off one square metre.
To give an example : 1nit is approximately equivalent to 3,426 ansi lumens, does not sound much, think on that the average outdoor LED screen runs at 5,000nits, then do the maths!!
Viewing Angles / Viewing Distances :
Outdoor LED screens can sometimes suffer from having narrow viewing angles caused by what we call the louver or mask that is fitted over the LED to aid with shading from the sun etc.
Remember Rule Number 1 : Not all screens are created equal, viewing angles vary greatly from one screen to another and believe it or not, some LED’s also have an inbuilt optimum viewing angle.
The average viewing is often 120degress horizontal off axis and 120 degrees vertically off axis, lesser / cheaper screens, this number diminishes dramatically.
Viewing Distance : In the early days, the rule of thumb was calculated on 1metre of distance for every millimetre of pixel pitch.
So, a 3.9mm screen would require first row of audience to be at least 3.9metres away, this now not the case with the newer screens, on average it can now be as little as 0.5m of distance per millimetre of screen pixel pitch.