Cabin Display Placement

Aircraft owners have a lot of options when it comes to cabin displays. Personal, bulkhead and cabin display placement choices are not only important for aesthetics and convenience but also for viewing quality. In addition to offering placement flexibility, many of Rosen Aviation’s displays are available with multiple mounting and bezel options to best match the interior design of your cabin.

Other technologies pioneered by Rosen Aviation, like the ultra-thin 42″ HD Remote Electronics Bulkhead Display, use unique space-saving techniques to expand your display placement and mounting options. The video processing electronics box can be installed up to 50 feet from the display, enabling installation in previously unworkable areas of the cabin.

We recently launched our 34-inch 21:9 and 32-inch 16:9 4K displays, which can show static or dynamic information for passengers. One of our design goals with these new displays was to enable their installation anywhere space permits, including adjacent to entryways and galleys, where they can display relevant information to boarding or disembarking passengers.

The Importance of Viewing Angles

Up until the turn of the 2000s, display angles were a persistent issue that plagued cabin display positioning. The wider adoption of LCD screens added significant flexibility for display placement in aircraft cabins.

Viewing angles, or the angles at which you can clearly see what’s on the screen, should always be considered when making cabin display decisions. Based on the physics of displays it’s generally not possible to get better than a 90-degree viewing angle in aircraft cabins. Rosen Aviation’s high-quality LCD displays, such as our 43″ 4K UHD LCD Display, offer ±89° viewing angles in all directions.

Although our OLED displays offer many benefits, including extraordinary thinness and installation flexibility, as well as unparalleled image quality, they do have slightly lower viewing angle. For example, our 55″ 4K UHD OLED Display offers ±60° viewing angles in all directions.

From an image quality and performance standpoint OLEDs are currently unbeatable.

Vertical and horizontal angles, passenger and seat height and other factors that might affect the angles at which the screen will be viewed should be taken into account when making OLED display placement decisions.

The ±60° viewing angle still provides adequate placement latitude for most cabin purposes, but it is something to keep in mind if you’re looking to equip your cabin with the latest and greatest display technology.

The Benefit of Rosen Aviation’s Personal Displays

Viewing angles aren’t an issue for Rosen Aviation’s 9” and 12” HD personal displays thanks to their ability to tilt adjust on Slimline and Gooseneck arms. Passengers have the freedom to position their own displays in the way that works best for their current needs. These personal displays can be integrated into an aircraft’s cabin management system in a variety of convenient ways.

High-quality personal displays are one of the best possible solutions in cabins with limited bulkhead space or those that lack the ability to install larger centralized displays. Depending on your cabin’s smart display modules and media input options, different passengers can each watch their own media, or the same media can be shown on each passenger’s personal display.

Find Out Why Rosen’s Cabin Displays Offer the Best in Quality and Installation Options

Rosen Aviation is constantly leveraging advances in display technology to develop sleek, efficient and lightweight screens for aircraft cabins. Our displays not only look beautiful but also offer flexible installation options that allow for maximum customization in the cabin environment.

You can learn more about our display products by browsing our website or by getting in touch with our team at 888-668-4955.