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The difference between a SMD LED display and a DIP LED display

 - The difference between a SMD LED display and a DIP LED display
 - The difference between a SMD LED display and a DIP LED display
SMD LEDs or surface mount diodes are lightweight LEDs that are enclosed in an enclosed case and are commonly used in screens and devices. Small in size and with a low pixel pitch, they offer a great deal of versatility in their use and screen configuration. Due to their energy efficiency and long lifespan, these types of LEDs are popular choices.
SMDs offer a high lumen output of about 50 to 100 lumens per watt, an improvement over traditional LEDs. The output can be extremely bright with crisp images and true to color. For indoor signs and screens, SMDs offer superior quality for close viewing, high resolution, and bright images, making them a cost-effective choice.

How do they differ?

SMDs are a newer, more improved LED design that offers high-quality resolution and crisp, bright signs. A newer technology, SMDs have a smaller size and a better color output than DIPs. Due to their capabilities, efficiency, and lifespan, they are a more common choice when it comes to digital screens.

Since DIPs are weather-resistant, they are a good choice for outdoor signs. LED bulbs are still more energy efficient and of better quality than incandescent bulbs.

LEDs are an environmentally friendly and cost-effective option for your scoreboard, display or digital sign, regardless of the type.

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