There are many ways to install full-color LED screens, mainly depending on the site environment. Conventional outdoor full-color LED screens are mainly column, wall-mounted, hoisted, and seated. Indoor full-color LED screens are inlaid, wall-mounted, and tripod. Mainly squat. The structure of the indoor full-color LED screen is relatively simple. It can be made into a simple box with edges around it, or it can be connected around with special profiles. If the screen is used as the stage background, the die-cast aluminum rental box can be used, and it can be fixed by hoisting. The hanging beam can use the building itself as the bearing point, or a gantry can be built as the hoisting stress point. Outdoor full-color LED screens are more complicated than indoor ones. Let’s talk about wall-mounting first. Weld them into a regular vertical structure according to the size of the box, and there must be a maintenance channel behind the LED screen. You can weld the steel structure. Weld it on the flat ground below first, then use a crane to lift the structure and fix it to the wall. It is worth mentioning that the load-bearing points of the wall must be found on the load-bearing beams, and cannot be directly fixed to the wall, otherwise the entire wall will There is a risk that the face will be pulled down by the full-color LED screen.
If the column installation is used, on the basis of the ordinary wall-mounted structure, the iron cage concrete is poured on the ground, and the upper part of the ground needs to be supported by steel columns. If the outdoor full-color LED screen is wider, the method of double columns can be used. .