CONSUMER VS COMMERCIAL DISPLAYS

+ INDUSTRIAL DESIGN

Consumer TVs' chassis are designed more for aesthetics, generally aren’t appropriate for business settings. Commercial Displays are intentionally designed with clean, symmetrical lines and sometimes don’t include the manufacturer’s logo

+ DEPLOYMENT

Consumer TVs are designed for residential use, whereas commercial displays are more ruggedly constructed for high-traffic areas ranging from conference rooms to public spaces

+ BRIGHTNESS

Brightness levels built for in-home environments—typically limited to 350 cd/m2. Brightness levels built for highambient light conditions—ranging from 350 to 2,500+ cd/m2

+ CONTENT DISPLAY

As consumer TVs are designed for use as a television,they are primarily for TV content and consumer electronics. Commercial displays are specifically designed to simultaneously display both broadcast TV and promotional content

+ RUN TIME

Consumer TVs are designed to run 6 - 8 hours per day,with limited onboard cooling. However, commercial displays are built to run from 16/7 to 24/7 hours per day, with better cooling for longer runtimes

+ PORTRAIT MODE

Consumer TVs are not designed to support cooling needswhile in portraitmode, whereas commercial displays are enabled to support portrait mode

+ IMAGE RETENTION

Consumer TVs develop image-retention issues, while commercial displays leverage technology protecting against image retention

+ LIFECYCLE

Consumer TVs' chassis design changes frequently, meeting needs of residential users, not business clients. Commercial Displays excel at maintaining longer lifecycles of industrial design, enabling a cleaner, more consistent deployment