The company announced the U.S. launch of its newest fixed indoor LED series called, Acclaim. The product will make its debut at WFX Conference and Expo, the largest conference and church expo in the U.S. that takes place October 11-12, 2017 at the Kay Bailey Hutchison Convention Center in Dallas, TX.
The series is designed specifically to meet the needs of retail, corporate, transportation hubs and the house of worship markets.
The pixel pitch offer includes 1.2mm, 1.5mm, 1.9mm, 2.5mm, and 3.8mm, with each panel having an HD aspect ratio and 27.5” diagonal size. This, Absen says, allows construction from four Acclaim panels a 55” LCD-like display, but without bezels. The four panels can be installed with a standard VESA mount and allow the end user to work in a standard 16:9 aspect ratio, the press release said.
Acclaim displays provide fast and easy setup regardless of installation type, be it mounting to a wall, hanging or free-standing, Absen says. The series comes with an Easy-Mount Kit that has a thickness of no more than 4 inches making it possible for ADA compliant installations. Each front or rear installed panel is interchangeable left to right and is held in place by 4 corner magnets. According to Absen, Acclaim displays can be customized to create up to 90-degree convex or concave curves and angles allowing for a variety of creative installations.
The series’ universal magnetic modules are fitted with guiding grooves that prevent potential bending or torquing of the panels. For better contrast, the Acclaim displays feature black masks that could be taken off and put on again in order to repair modules’ diodes. Absen Affinity color calibration ensures the displays’ color and brightness uniformity over their lifespan, the company said.
“We couldn’t be happier with this new series,” – said Gary Fuller, Senior Advisor for Absen Inc. “As we move deeper into the commercial display market, we are always seeking to develop products that will be needed down the road and the Acclaim Series is an excellent example of just that.”