LED Screens with Aluminum Cabinets
Cabinets, or LED screen frames, are the modular units on which a LED screen is assembled. Most LED screens are large or even gigantic, so it stands to reason that the most convenient method to assemble them is to divide the screen into smaller cabinets. When these cabinets are combined, we get the full surface of the screen. These cabinets vary in size, building materials and customization depending on the type of LED screen that you want to assemble.
Front maintenance cabinet: on this type of cabinet, the LED modules are removed from the front of the screen. This is especially useful for wall installations or when the back of the screen cannot be accessed to tweak the internal components.
FIXED CABINETS FOR OUTDOOR INSTALLATIONS
LED screens placed in outdoor areas need cabinets designed to withstand all kinds of weather conditions. As such, the materials and design must be ready for the worst the weather can throw at it. There are a variety of designs; but the most common (and the best investment for such cases) are double back door designs. Their simple assembly and strong resistance in outdoor conditions have made them a standard. On the negative side, weather resistant materials tend to be heavier, so the average weight for these unit sits around 40-54Kg / m2.
FIXED CABINETS FOR INDOOR INSTALLATIONS
This type of cabinet is used in indoor areas, so one doesn’t have to worry about the weather; as such the walls of the cabinet tend to be thinner and have more openings. The weight for these units is around 20-35Kg / m2 on average. Their cheaper price makes them the ideal cabinet for indoor LED screens in stores and shops.
CABINETS FOR EXTERNAL FACADES
This type of cabinet is designed for outdoor screens placed on walls or facades, its special design makes it easier to assemble on a wall. This type of cabinet uses front access. Otherwise, you would need to take down the screen for maintenance. This type of cabinet is lighter and has better linkage systems when compared to other models. Due to all this, they tend to be costly.