Direct-view LED Mounting Configurations
Neoti uses a variety of direct-view LED mounting techniques to fit your application with a focus on design aesthetics. Below are the common direct-view LED mounting configurations, but we also provide custom mounting solutions for specialty applications, such as curved displays, installations within existing structures, and custom shapes. Our engineering team and mounting partners can assist you in selecting the correct mounting method for your LED installation.
Wall Mount (metal frame)
A common direct-view LED mounting method for fixed installations is directly on a pre-existing wall. A metal frame grid is built to evenly distribute the weight of the LED wall. These are most common in corporate boardrooms, lobbies, and other permanent installations where portability isn’t required.
Stacked (rear supported)
If the design calls for an LED wall to be a stand-alone structure, a floor standing stack is built with a truss structure to enhance stability. These can be used in temporary or permanent installation. A stacked structure also allows for easy access to the back of panels.
Hanging (top supported)
Some installations require support by hanging the LED wall from above. Additional safety measures must be taken to keep the wall stable and secure. These are usually temporary installations such as concerts and sporting events, however permanent installations such as in Houses of Worship are also common.
Hanging (rear supported)
A popular design choice is hanging a curved LED wall. A weight baring structure has to be built that can support the curve and maintain a completely seamless front. Typically these LED mounting designs are used as background in a broadcast studio and other public facing displays.
Still have questions about direct-view LED mounting? Contact us today and we can help you determine the best mounting solution for your project.