LED displays are a popular form of displaying information on a screen. They are able to display vibrant colors, which is why they are widely used today. LED displays typically use either a liquid crystal display, or LCD, or light-emitting diode, or LED, technology to display images or information. LED displays also have lower power consumption and longer lifespans than other types of display technology. LED displays are often used in indoor and outdoor settings such as digital signage, video walls, scoreboards, and more.
LED displays come in many shapes, sizes and colors, and have many accompanying accessories. A few common LED display accessories are stands, wall mounts and frames. These accessories are generally used to support and properly display the LED displays in various indoor and outdoor applications. In addition, accessories such as infrared and RFID sensors, controllers, scanners and emitters can be used to expand the capabilities of a LED display. This technology allows for interaction between the display and the user. These accessories make LED displays more versatile and can be used in a variety of applications such as security systems, medical applications, education, public safety and more.