If you want to crack a reasonable deal while investing a substantial amount on an LED screen, it is likely that you will need evaluating opinions from experts. So that rounding up seems easier for you we have laid down 14 different questions to ask manufacturers or suppliers of LED screens: 

Suggest an optimal calibrated brightness for a suitable screen?

The optimal calibrated brightness suitable for good quality LED screen should be set at 5500 NIT. The particular index promises great visibility even when exposed to sunlight.

Will the outdoor LED video screen offer an automatic brightness adaptation feature based on exposure to outdoor lighting?

When it comes to investing in LED screens, a buyer must ask if the product is enabled with smart features which allow the system to automatically adjust the brightness of the screen depending upon existing exposure to outdoor lights. The particular feature helps extend the lifespan of a screen to around 30% and considerably helps in reducing electricity costs.

Does the LED screen come with an automatic brightness uniformity feature?

Most of the outdoor and showroom LED screens in Sydney come enabled with “two-level brightness calibration” uniformity for ensuring around 99% consistency in illumination throughout the screen surface.

Is there any provision for colour adjustment or colour temperature correction?

Modern LED screens come enabled with colour correction feature whereby you can also fine-tune the colour temperature and white balance.

Is there any kind of built-in provision for colour calibration applicable for every pixel?

Today’s LED screens feature colour calibration benefits for illumination of every pixel. As a result, the colour is equally transmitted throughout the screen.

What is the exact allocation of BITS for processing each and every colour from a different display point?

Generally LED screens are engineered with 16-18 bit colour processing features for displaying the maximum number of colours. The range can go up to 18,000 trillion.

What is the refresh rate for screen modules?

Video screen modules with a small or standard pixel pitch will generally arrive with a refresh rate ranging between 4800-9600 Hz. However, the rate differs for screens with larger pixel pitch, going up to around 32000 Hz.

Even with brightness reduction, will the screen be able to retain high-quality image transmission?

Modern-day LED screens come enabled with complete working capabilities even when the brightness level is dipped considerably.

What will the screen management feature offer?

The screen management feature offers functions such as built-in software for playing video and audio, simultaneous display of images, display of information derived from different video sources along with full resolution display.

Are the LED screens enabled with automated self-monitoring under different operational conditions?

A good LED screen will come enabled with built-in systems for self-monitoring allowing real-time temperature and voltage supply checking.

Will the supplier provide information regarding manufacturing facilities?

Reliable manufacturers of LED screens will share detailed information regarding the device.

Do these LED screens meet standards for power consumption or electromagnetic capability?

High quality LED screens to come enabled with high-performance power consumption units which are designed by complying with resonance technologies.

Are the components of the LED screen fire resistant?

Most of these high performance LED screens to come with fire-resistant components.

What is the general display size of an LED screen?

Today’s LED screens are the slimmest and lightest compared to previous models. The module can be as thin as 8.6 centimetres with a depth ranging from 10-12 centimetres.

To ensure you receive value for money invested on an LED Screen, remember to ask some of these common questions to a manufacturer.

Author's Bio: 

The author runs a company selling showroom LED screens in Sydney. In recent times the author has been shedding light on LED screen-related matters.