High Brightness Window TV Screens

High Bright LCD Displays


Every day your target market is walking past your window . . .

So how do you bring them into your place of business? High Bright LCD Displays provide dynamic, eye-catching content which can be updated regularly. Our High Brightness Window TV Screens combine the sunlight viewable benefit of a printed poster with the dynamic, eye-catching technology of a digital display. Our high brightness displays are intended to operate in very high ambient light conditions. With brightness ratings as high as 5,000 nits*, the screens may be installed in bright locations such as storefront windows. Even those in direct sunlight and are able overcome the competing ambient light.

With our High Bright LCD Displays, you can engage your customers beyond the physical confines of your agency. Customers can see the latest properties before even stepping foot inside. We can supply 32″, 42″, 46″, 55″ and 65″ sizes, please read further details about these products.

A screen’s luminance, or brightness, is measured by number of nits. Nits is more scientifically referred to as Candelas (candlepower!) per meter squared (Cd/m2), but display manufacturers generally list nits in their spec sheets. The higher the nit spec, the brighter the display. Most indoor LCD displays are 300 to 350 nits, which look sharp and clear in a dimly lit room. For an equally vivid picture, an outdoor display must be at least 400 nits—but plan to install it in a shadowed, protected location, like under an eave, or facing east with only morning sun. If you’re going to place a screen by a pool, in the middle of a plaza, or facing west, it must be at least 700 nits to appear bright and readable in the direct sunlight that can occur at certain times of the day.

Screens measured in 2,000-nitsare called “high brightness” or “extreme brightness” displays, but they’re not the brightest. Outdoor flat panel displays go up to 5,000 nits. All extreme —and “ultra extreme” – bright displays should also have a dimmer, which automatically reduces the screen’s brightness at night to levels that are more comfortable to view.