The LED sign industry uses pixel pitch as a standard measurement to indicate the resolution of a digital sign.
LED lights are grouped together in pixels. The amount of LEDs in each pixel varies. The more LED lights in a pixel, the higher quality the sign will be.
The pitch is the distance from the center of one LED to its adjacent. The pitch determines how crisp the image will be. If there are 2 LED signs with the same height and width but different pitches, the LED sign with the smaller, tighter pitch, will have more pixels and thus a better resolution.
Selecting the right pitch when purchasing an LED sign can save you money, as well as get you the appropriate resolution.
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Groups of LEDs make Pixels
The pitch (distance between pixels) determines the resolution