Are you in search of a lightbox for your next tradeshow or retail display? When purchasing a lightbox display, a disrupter is the best option, as it will draw the attention of passers-by.
The majority of led lightboxes are perimeter lighted, meaning the lights are arranged along the inside borders of the SEG metal frame. While this may appear to be a straightforward task, you should be aware that there are two types of perimeter illuminated lightboxes: Half-Lit and Full-Lit.
The perimeter lighting on all four sides of a Full-lit LED Lightbox system gives the display a brilliant, uniformly lit appearance. A Half-lit LED Lightbox, as you might expect, only contains LED strips on two sides of the lightbox, making the show dimmer and perhaps less evenly lit than a Full-Lit lightbox display. Depending on the circumstances, either option is possible.
When purchasing a fabric lightbox for your show, there are 4 key factors to consider:
- Size: When purchasing a lightbox, size is crucial to consider since the light emitted by the LEDs within the lightbox may have a longer distance to go or more room to cover the larger the lightbox becomes. It can eventually be a decisive factor to know your desired size of the lightbox. In is important in terms of determining whether you would like to purchase a Full-Lit or Half-Lit lightbox solution.
- Brightness: Brightness is also an important factor to consider when deciding which sort of lightbox is suitable for you. A Half-Lit Lightbox may be the ideal option for you if you require a display in a poorly lit retail area. However, if you require a display in a bright environment, a Full-Lit solution could be the best option.
- Single or double-sided: Another feature to think about is whether the lightbox is single or double-sided. The brightness of either side of your display will be affected by this. This feature is very dependent on the location of your display. If you want a bright window display lightbox, for example, a double-sided Full-Lit lightbox would most likely be the ideal option to improve both your in-store and curb appeal at the same time.
- Cost: Finally, when assessing whether or not a display is viable, cost is a common determining factor. Obviously, a Full-Lit perimeter lightbox system has more lights, which implies more components, and hence costs more than a Half-Lit perimeter lightbox solution.
Make sure you understand what sort of perimeter lighting system you are being quoted in your next fabric frame lightbox display now that you know the four key elements that will affect your selection when buying a lightbox. Is it a Half-Lit or a Full-Lit?