Commercial Displays

Commercial Displays

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What Is A Commercial Display


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. Samsung 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 settings.
  • Designed for residential use.
  • Brightness levels built for in-home environments – typically limited to 350 cd/m2.
  • Designed for use as a television, primarily for TV content and consumer electronics.
  • Consumer TVs focus on HDMI connectors and are generally limited to the availability of other input types.
  • Consumer TVs don’t have IR or front panel lockout, leaving TVs vulnerable to pranksters.
  • Designed to run 6 – 8 hours per day, limited onboard cooling.
  • Not designed to support cooling needs while in portrait mode.
  • Chassis design changes frequently, meeting the needs of residential users, not business clients.
  • Develop image-retention issues.


  • Designed with clean, symmetrical lines and sometimes don’t include the manufacturer’s logo.
  • More ruggedly constructed for high-traffic areas ranging from conference rooms to public spaces.
  • Brightness levels built for high-ambient light conditions – ranging from 350 to 4,000+ cd/m2.
  • Are designed to simultaneously display both broadcast TV and promotional content.
  • Commercial displays have expanded input panels with a wider variety of inputs (VGA, DVI, Display Port, HDMI and can also include video-loop out).
  • Commercial displays have IR and remote lock out.
  • Built to run from 16/7 to 24/7 hours per day, have better cooling for longer runtimes.
  • Enabled to support portrait mode.
  • Maintain longer lifecycles of industrial design, enabling a cleaner, more consistent deployment.
  • Leverage technology protecting against image retention.