The viewing distance of an LED display depends on various factors, such as the pixel pitch, screen size, and viewing angle. In general, LED displays with smaller pixel pitch (i.e., the distance between two adjacent pixels) can be viewed from a closer distance than those with larger pixel pitch.
As a rule of thumb, for indoor LED displays with a pixel pitch of around 2.5mm to 3mm, the optimal viewing distance is typically between 3 and 10 meters. For outdoor LED displays with a larger pixel pitch, such as 10mm or more, the optimal viewing distance can range from 10 to 50 meters or more.
However, it’s worth noting that the viewing distance can also be affected by the content being displayed and the ambient lighting conditions. For example, if the content has small text or detailed images, a shorter viewing distance may be necessary for optimal viewing. Similarly, if the ambient lighting is bright, the viewing distance may need to be increased to avoid washed-out or overly bright images.