Buying the right display for your business is not an easy decision. Display location, content, Lighting conditions and hours of operation are all things to consider when creating the perfect solution. Commercial-grade displays are specifically designed to meet the needs of Various businesses in a   variety of environments, ensuring content and information comes Across as intended. Some decision makers are attracted by the retail price point of consumer TVs and end up missing out on key benefits of using digital displays in a professional setting. Before making a decision that will impact how others will view your business, take a look at how commercial displays will help you send the right message.



Chassis designed more for aesthetics, generally
aren’t appropriate for business setting

Designed with clean, symmetrical lines &
sometimes don’t include the manufacturer’s logo

Designed for residential use

More ruggedly constructed for high-traffic areas
ranging from conference rooms to public spaces

Brightness levels built for in-home
environments – typically limited to 350 cd/m2

Brightness levels built for high-ambient light
conditions ranging from 350 to 2500+ cd/m2

Designed for use a television, primarily for
TV content & consumer electronics

Are designed to simultaneously display both
broadcast TV & promotional content

Consumer TVs focus on HDMI
connectivity and are generally limited
on availiability of other input types

Commercial displays have expanded
input panels
with a wider variety
of inputs (VGA, DVI, Display Port, HDMI
and can also include video loop-out).

Consumer TVs typically don’t include
RS232 control.
If it is included it is typically
limited to on/off and perhaps input switching.
Commercial displays have full RS232 and
RJ45 control
, enabling control panel
or remote display management.

TVs don’t have
IR or front
panel lockout
leaving TVs
vulnerable to

displays have IR
and remote lock

Commercial displays have options for PC Modules or come with built-in digital signage media players

Designed to run 6-8 hours a day
limited onboard cooling

Built to run from 16/7 to 24/7 hours per day
sometimes don’t include the manufacturer’s logo

Not designed to support cooling needs
while in portrait mode

Enabled to support portrait mode

Develop image retention issues

Leverage technology protection against
image retention

Chassis design changes frequently, meeting
needs of residential users, not business clients

Maintain longer lifecycle of industrial design
enabling a cleaner more consistent deployment.