An UBER LED is a configuration of Red, Green and Blue, Light Emitting Diodes combined together to create a high-quality,
full color display.
Pixel pitch, measured in milimeters, is simply the distance between the center point of each LED pixel cluster.
Essentially, the shorter the distance between each cluster, the higher the resolution of the display.
Pixel density refers to the amount of pixels contained within a certain area. In Uber’s case, it is the amount of
pixels per square meter (m2). The amount of pixels within each square meter panel is indicative of the displayʼs resolution.
Pixel configuration refers to the type of LED module used within a display. SMD is a single module that contains the
Red, Green, Blue light elements within a single unit, allowing for closer pixel pitch and increased pixel density.
The IP rating refers to the LED displays’ level of protection from environmental elements. Click here for more information on IP ratings.
The refresh rate is the amount of frames the LED can display per second. The refresh rate is measured in Hertz, which is
simply one second.
The brightness of the display is measured in Nits per square meter (nit/m2). A Nit is simply a measurement of Luminance.
The more Nits, the higher capacity of brightness the display has.simply one second.