Differences of High Brightness Outdoor Monitor and Indoor Monitor

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High Brightness Outdoor Monitor

High Brightness Outdoor Monitor is professionally used to work outdoors and in direct sunlight environments. It adopts screen full-fit protection technology to effectively protect the display in low-temperature climates.

Steam generated in the environment can cause screen failure. The screen brightness can reach 1000CD/m2. It has an automatic light-sensitive brightness adjustment function. In an environment exposed to direct sunlight, the screen interface is still clearly visible. The screen automatically lowers the brightness at night to ensure user use.

Differences of High Brightness Outdoor Monitor and Indoor Monitor

1. weather conditions

Outdoor high brightness monitor can last for days, weeks, or even months outdoors. Outdoor high brightness monitor requires adequate weather protection to withstand different types of weather conditions. If your monitor is exposed to the elements for an extended period of time, you may need to customize your display to handle the rigors of the outdoors. Additionally, scheduling regular maintenance can prevent damage and extend its lifespan.

In contrast, indoor monitor is not severely affected by the element because they are not exposed. Not subject to temperature conditions.

2. Differences in interactivity

Outdoor high brightness monitor has a larger audience than indoor monitor. Because outdoor screen size is not limited by space, it can be customized to any size. In addition, outdoor displays have the characteristics of attracting the attention of passers-by. High-brightness displays, bright colors, and large sizes can attract people to stop and watch. However, the interactivity may be relatively small.

Indoor monitor, however, allow more freedom to customize the experience. For example, if you want a digital sign that users can interact with while indoors, users can interact with the digital sign through touch, VR, gestures, or motion tracking. Customers can interact with the screen and browse any information they need and search or place an order on their own.

3. Brightness

Outdoor high brightness monitor need to be brighter than indoor displays. The former is often viewed under direct sunlight; therefore, it requires a large number of features to resist sunlight. These features include UV and anti-reflective filters, making it easy to continue viewing images on the display even when the sun is shining brightly.

However, indoor displays don’t require every pixel to be a bright LCD display. If indoor signage is too bright, it may cause a nuisance. Therefore, the brightness of the two types of signs must be appropriately processed to avoid affecting the viewing effect.

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