Samsung 130&
Samsung 130&
Samsung 130&
Samsung 130&
Samsung 130&
Samsung 130&

Samsung 130'' IAC All-in-One 2k Display with control box, wall brackets, speakers and décor bezels


  • All-inclusive Components
  • Quick Build Technology
  • Built-in Control Box
  • 1.5mm Pixel Pitch

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The LAED Series

Samsung’s IAC Series True All-In-One LED HDR 130" 2K Commercial Wall Display.
Experience easier installation than ever with
Samsung’s exclusive Quick Build technology.
Dock the two background plates and hang just
four preset modules, and that’s it. It can take as
little as two hours to install a giant screen in your
space. The IAC series also integrates the control
box so it’s built into the display, eliminating
time-consuming configuration between control
box and cabinet. As no additional purchases or
components are required, it allows you to focus
on getting your display up and running fast. All
you have to do is enjoy its brilliant performance.
This is Samsung’s promise of all-in-one.

    IAC 130
Physical Parameters Pixel Configuration 1 red, 1 green, 1 blue
Pixel Pitch 1.5 mm
Screen Resolution (W × H) 1,920 × 1,080
Dimensions (inch, Diagonal x D, Per screen)

130 x 2.2 inch

No. of Modules per Cabinet (W × H) 10 × 15 (Total 150)
Dimensions (mm / in.), L x H x D, Per screen) 2,888.5 x 1628.5 x 56.2 mm / 113.7 x 64.1 x 2.2 in. (62.2 mm / 2.4 in. total depth with Wall mount)
Screen Weight

125 kg / 275.6 lbs.

Optical Specifications

Brightness (Peak/Max)

1,000 nit / 500 nit

Color Temperature

6,500K ± 500K (Floating bin)

Visual Viewing Angle (Horizontal) 160°
Visual Viewing Angle (Vertical) 160°

HDR Compatibility

LED HDR / AI Picture

Color Temperature - Default 6,500K ± 500K (Floating bin)
Contrast Ratio 6,000 : 1
Electrical Specifications Max Power Consumption 1700 (w/Screen)
Avg. Power Consumption 685 (w/Screen)
Heat Generation - Max 5800 (BTU/Screen)
Heat Generation - Typ 2337 (BTU/Screen)
Heat Dissipation (BTU/h/Screen, Avg.) 710
Visual Refresh Rate 7,680 Hz
Frame Rate 50 / 60 Hz
Operation Specifications LED Lifetime 100,000 hours
Operating Temperature 0℃~+40℃/10%~80%RH
Storage Temperature/Humidity -20℃~+45℃/5%~95%RH
IP Rating (Front / Rear) IP20
Controller Built-in
Speakers 10W 2ch
Certifications Safety 62368-1, 60950-1, EMC Class A, Eye-protection TUV Eye Comfort
Operating System Tizen 6.5
MagicINFO Yes
Other Features Workspace (Microsoft365/VMWare/RDP), Auto Source Switching and Recovery, Dicom Simulation Mode, SmartView+
Accessories (In-box) Décor Frame, Frame Kit, Buffer parts
Box Dimension / Weight 1,840 x 1,847 x 594 mm / 72.4 x 72.7 x 23.3 in. (without pallet) 1,850 x 1,982 x 815 mm / 72.8 x 78 x 32 in. (with pallet)

Key Features


Discover a true all-in-one LED display. Experience easier installation than ever with Samsung's exclusive Quick Build technology. It takes as little as two hours to install a giant screen in your space. All you have to do is enjoy its brilliant performance. This is Samsung's all-in-one experience.


With its Quick Build structure, Samsung’s all-in-one LED IAC series offers a drastically simplified installation unlike anything seen before. Dock the two background plates and hang just four preset modules - that's it! In as little as two hours, you'll have a giant 130-inch screen that transforms your space into a viewer's dream.


Time-consuming configuration between control box and cabinet is no longer needed. The IAC series eliminates a cumbersome configuration process by integrating the control box so it's built into the display, getting it up and running faster than ever before.


Samsung’s IAC series includes everything you need to begin operations – from the control box and wall brackets to speakers and décor bezels. No additional purchases or components are required.


Drawing on Samsung’s industry leadership experience and years of innovation in visual display technology, the IAC series produces images with vivid color expression, reduced noise, and a full range of grays and blacks.


LED HDR turns any content into HDR-level quality without requiring special metadata. Samsung's Dynamic Peaking technology analyzes content in real-time and manages power consumption, producing a brilliant eye-catching display against any background.


Direct View LED displays eliminate the LCD panel, instead using a surface array of LEDs as the actual display pixels. This allows for incredible contrast, vibrant colors, and brightness levels several times that of LCDs.

Pixel pitch describes the density of the pixels (LED clusters) on an LED Display and correlates with resolution. Sometimes referred to as pitch or dot pitch, the pixel pitch is the distance in millimeters from the center of a pixel to the center of the adjacent pixel. Since pixel pitch indicates the amount of space between two pixels, a smaller pixel pitch means there is less empty space between pixels. This equates to higher pixel density and improved screen resolution.

  • Pixel pitch refers to the density of pixels
  • A smaller pixel pitch indicates higher pixel density and higher resolution
  • Pixel pitch is important because it influences viewing distance
  • The smaller the pixel pitch, the closer the viewing distance
  • The optimal viewing distance of your screen informs the pixel pitch value

From our partners at Planar

Smaller pixel pitch universally provides greater resolution, but is more expensive. Materials and production costs are higher for smaller pixel pitch since more LED clusters are required to create a higher pixel density.

Consumers can get the best value for their LED screen by determining the optimal viewing distance of their screen. The optimal viewing distance is the point where image fidelity is retained, but if the observer moved much closer, the image quality would decrease or the screen would appear pixelated.

For example, a display with interactive touch solutions will need a low pixel pitch to produce crisp images for the nearby audience. On the other hand, an LED screen displayed above viewers, like one hung in an arena, could get away with a higher pixel pitch. The short answer is that a smaller pixel pitch will always give you better quality image, but the investment will not be fully appreciated if the screen is not seen from a sufficiently close enough distance.

There are three methodologies used in the industry to determine acceptable viewing distance:

  • 10x Rule - this is a shorthand method for calculating an approximate estimate of the Visual Acuity Distance.
    The calculation is: Pixel Pitch x 10 = Approximate Viewing Distance in Feet
  • Visual Acuity Distance – also known as retina distance, this is a formulated calculation of the distance a person with 20/20 vision must move away from an LED screen to see a coherent image that is not pixelated.
    The calculation is: Pixel Pitch x 3438 = Visual Acuity in Millimeters. 
  • The Average Comfortable Viewing Distance – this is an estimate of what would be a comfortable viewing distance for most people. This is a subjective estimate and will take into account variables like a person’s eye sight, resolution of content and type of content.

From our partners at Planar

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