WHAT ARE MICRO AND SMD SCREEN SOLUTIONS IN 2023?

In response to rising demand, the LED SMD Screen market is constantly evolving. Indeed, most lighting solutions now use this light and low energy consumption technology. LEDs are used in lighting, screens, smartphones, sensors, and other applications. Faced with this market evolution, technology had to adapt and diversify. The development of Mini LED and Micro LED solutions has recently arrived to revolutionize the screen world. Initially developed for smartphones, these technologies allow the SMD Screen market to expand further.

The Mini LED, as the name implies, is a miniature version of a standard LED. Indeed, the size of an SMD-type LED used for screens, for example, varies between 1 mm and 8 mm. A mini LED is between 0.125mm and 0.225mm in size. It can reach 0.9mm in some applications. Furthermore, when compared to other technologies, this technology has numerous advantages. It is less expensive to manufacture and has a longer lifespan than OLED. Again, like LEDs, it provides increased brightness and a finer level of contrast.

Finally, they enable the world of the LED screen to be brought to much finer resolutions. Then there are Mini LED screens, which can have pitches as small as 2.5mm. Because of the mini LED, it is possible to provide screens with applications comparable to LCD, but with a level one deeper colorimetric and the integration of HDR and augmented reality. Mini screens, such as our Wined range, are then widely used as indoor screens with a fine and quality image even up close.

THE MICRO LIGHT

The micro LED has received much attention recently, particularly with the release of Samsung’s micro LED televisions in 2019. As the name implies, the micro LED is smaller than a mini LED, with dimensions ranging between 0.02 and 0.05mm. To achieve this level of miniaturization, the structure had to be reduced and simplified at all levels while minimizing the impact on performance. However, this results in more complicated, and thus more limited, production at much higher prices. Indeed, producing at this level of detail necessitates new production structures for LED solution manufacturers.

As a result, the micro LED is limited to small screens or limited production. Indeed, the industry is currently confronted with concerns about mass production. As a result, this solution has a long way to go before it becomes a mainstream product. Some, however, envision it as the future of our television or computer SMD Screen.

THE DEMAND FOR ULTRA-FINE PITCH LED SCREENS IS CONSTANTLY CHANGING

LED screens have numerous advantages, but for a long time, this technology was constrained by the pitch concept inherent in its operation. Remember that the pitch represents the distance between two LEDs, so an empty zone between two pixels. Therefore, depending on its size, you had to be at a certain distance away from it so it was not visible to the naked eye. This is why LED screens were unsuitable for close-up viewing.

As a result, manufacturers have worked to reduce the size of LEDs. Today, the mini LED market is rapidly expanding and mature enough to see increased supply and lower prices. As a result, this technology is indeed entering the mass production phase. At the same time, demand is rising to take advantage of the image quality provided by mini LED screens.

Furthermore, one of the industries that are particularly interested in LED screens, particularly Mini LED, is cinema. LES screens in the cinema provide more color brightness and contrast than projection. In addition, they provide a more comfortable viewing experience by incorporating HDR, 4K, and 8K. DCI certification has also been granted to some LED screen manufacturers for the Digital Cinema Initiative, founded by Disney, Fox Paramount, Universal, Sony Pictures, MGM, and Warner Bros. It allows you to specify which products or films can be used in the cinema market. Unfilming or Samsung’s Onyx range are examples of this. According to some studies, the global cinema market will have 200,000 LED screens by 2023.

THE MICRO-LED AND MINI-LED THE EVOLUTIONS OF SCREENS IN COMPETITION WITH THE LCD

As a result of the increasing demand for higher image quality, the LED market has pushed toward ever-smaller solutions to integrate more LEDs per square centimeter. Indeed, because of their finer pitch and higher resolution, Mini LED and Micro LED screens can be seen up close while consuming less energy and lasting longer. Furthermore, they provide numerous advantages in terms of image quality. Meshes can now display a deeper black and are no longer affected by reflection or image persistence. Above all, there is no size restriction and no border effect.

Indoor LED screens, particularly Mini SMD Screen in pakistan, are becoming increasingly popular. For example, they are becoming more common in airport control rooms and stock exchanges. This use is expected to increase in the coming years, thanks partly to augmented reality and the search for increasingly immersive connected experiences. As a result, we offer the Wined range as a LED screen manufacturer. These are our indoor Mini LED screen solutions with ultra-high definition.