- The firm: Samsung
- Size: 2.0 mm
- Screen brightness: 1,200 nit / 600 nit
Samsung’s IER series LED displays deliver stunning picture quality at a cost-efficient price point. This displays can be custom-fit for the specific space requirements, giving customers a more immersive experience.
The IER series supports two cabinet types. One version features a larger, lighter screen compared to conventional cabinets, simplifying installation. The other is a quarter of the size and provides more flexibility in design.
The IER series’ advanced design provides flexibility for any indoor retail or other business environment. With support of portrait and landscape orientation — and even curved* and l-shaped installations – content can be displayed to meet the preferred layout for any store location.
LED HDR leverages advanced refinement technologies for true-to-life picture presentation. Dynamic Peaking and Inverse Tone Mapping enhance content to optimum peak brightness levels with improved contrast and without shine, and in-depth Color Mapping ensures an accurate expression of colors.
Conventional LED displays struggle to present red, green and blue color hues accurately in low grayscale settings. The IER series overcomes these challenges through a unique algorithm that maintains R/G/B gradation and delivers precise, detail-rich hues in low-brightness indoor environments.
Rigorous factory calibration and real-time DSLR camera sub-pixel calibration fine-tune all sub-pixels for uniform brightness and color chromaticity. When coupled with the Samsung LED Signage Manager’s advanced picture settings, this enhanced treatment produces an excellent presentation.
Samsung’s compatible S-Box condenses the delivery of compelling content to a single, centralized device. The S-Box transmits UHD content across multiple IER series displays without requiring external boxes or splitters, helping businesses enjoy faster and more cost-efficient operations.
Compatibility with the MagicINFO platform enables IER series users to create, schedule and deploy content across an entire signage network. Users likewise can monitor and adjust display settings and troubleshoot potential performance issues from any location via remote access.