Rental LED screens not only vary in pixel pitches, but they also have differences in features, structures, and designs.
The P4.8 rental LED display is among the most common rental LED products utilized worldwide in many of our projects. It is a common LED screen choice for crowd concerts, DJ and club areas, hotels, weddings, shopping malls, restaurants, trade shows, outdoor cinemas, and advertising signboards.
Because of its features, it is among the most reliable rental LED walls you can use for various purposes and applications.
One practical use of rental LED screens is to ignite visual ambiance and cultivate color and arts; that’s why we ensure that every product we manufacture correlates to its goal.
A cabinet can weigh as much as 15 kg. it is shallow compared to typical LED screens you can see in your local areas. This feature utilizes lightweight components such as PCB Board, Driving IC, more lightweight modules, and lamps.
- IP Rating For Outdoor Use
The P4.8 rental LED video wall is applicable for indoor and outdoor use. When applied outdoors, it has utmost protection against sun and water. It has an IP65 rating.
This product can last up to 12 years. However, its lifespan may also vary on how you take care of it, how frequently you’ll perform maintenance methods, brightness utilization, and many more.
- Easy Content Customization
Some people think that running a display screen requires a very skilled individual; it is not necessary. Content uploading is easier with Colorlight-LED products because it is run by user-friendly systems and software, including the Colorlight Software. We provide manuals and guides; you may call us when a sudden problem arises.
The P4.8 Rental LED Screen comes in die-cast aluminum material. It is popular to be corrosion-resistant, long-lasting, and recyclable.
Colorlight-LED provides after-sales services such as operation, installation, dismantling, and software assistance. Should you have questions and further inquiries, please message us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
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