In LEDs, the viewing angle element is one of the most vital factors because this determines how and where a specific panel can be mounted. As the name implies, the Viewing Angle is the best direction where the panel can be fully seen by the viewer coming from all directions. However, it does not necessarily refer to the best possible angle for the viewer to read the panel.
In fact, the Viewing Angle is determined by the brightness of the specific LED panel. The ideal Viewing Angle for any panel is the full angle where the brightness is at least half of that which can be achieved from the dead point of viewing. In order to understand this, one must be aware of what a dead angle is. This refers to the direction where the viewer can no longer see the image or text being projected and would not be the desired outcome of the panel anymore.
As with any angle-related information, the Viewing Angle for any device is measured by degrees. This refers largely to the tilt that the panel can be mounted onto the wall or the structure. In order to find the best Viewing Angle, it is important that at trained engineer be involved as they will be able to measure the best possible result to fit the LED into.
In most cases, the perfect Viewing Angle is one which will enable the LED panel to be seen from all sides without any loss of information or image. Most LED panels come with a specific viewing angle that must be adhered to when fitted into a bracket. For instance, at 10 – 120 degrees, one cannot mount the LED anything lesser or more than stipulated which will result in data loss and failure to capture the viewing audience.