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The 2015 LED & EMC Report

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32 • June 2015 • L E D & E M C LED/EMC LED/EMC Products OUTDOOR LED DISPLAYS Adaptive Displays, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, introduces the A- Series of full-color high-resolution outdoor LED displays. This new family of displays is specifically designed for easy instal- lation and easy user interface. This new-generation of displays integrates new Glare-Shield and AutoShine visual enhancing technologies. While Glare-Shield detects ambient levels of light and auto-adjusts the brightness, AutoShine dissipates the sun- light and reduces both direct and indirect sunlight glare. The A-Series also features gold-plated connectors, internal surge protection and a ruggedized power supply for climate resis- tance. For more information, visit WEB-BASED TOOLS FOR EMC CONTENT Watchfire Signs, Danville, Illinois introduces Ignite OPx, a new mobile application for managing LED sign content remotely. The new mobile application works as an extension of Watchfire's newly updated Ignite desktop software. Together, these tools sync automatically from the desktop to the mobile ap- plication and back, allowing sign own- ers access to their content library and sign schedule, as well as sign diagnostics, from virtually anywhere. The browser-based Ignite OPx application uses wireless broadband for communi- cating with the Watchfire LED sign. Through cloud computing, customers can enjoy the convenience of sign content manage- ment using a smartphone, tablet, laptop or desktop computer with Internet access. For more information, visit www.watchfire- LED FLUORESCENT RETROFITS SloanLED, Ventura, California, introduces SignBOX RapidStick, the brightest and fastest option available for retrofitting fluorescent sign cabinets, the company says. SignBOX RapidStick can be used with single or double-sided cabinets, provides bright, even 360-degree il- lumination, and allows fast installation into existing sockets. The LED lighting technology greatly increases the typical cabinet light efficiency to an average of 130 lm/W and extends the life of the lighting product as well. SignBOX RapidStick works with the SloanLED 24 VDC 100 Watt power supply and is currently avail- able in three lengths: 48, 72, and 96 inches, with additional lengths available in the near future. For more information, visit SEAMLESS, NARROW-PITCH LED VIDEO WALLS Planar Systems, Portland, Oregon, introduces the Planar DirectLight LED Video Wall System, which combines a proprietary, advanced design across a choice of four resolutions ranging from 1.6 to 3.1 millimeter pitch, providing exceptional visual performance close up, from a distance and at wide viewing angles. They system also features a thin mounting depth, precise alignment, mission-critical reliability and adaptability to different customer uses. The system can be optimized for a wide range of indoor environments including well-lit public spaces, corporate lobbies, and more. With stunning, crystal- clear picture quality, flexibility to accommodate almost any indoor environment and the ability to withstand the most rigorous, 24x7 operations, this unique family of video walls represents the next wave in the fast- growing direct-view LED market. For more information, visit DIGITAL DISPLAY NanoLumens, Atlanta, Georgia, expands its NanoSlim line with the introduction of NanoSlim Engage, an ultra high- resolution large-scale digital display solution for designers, integrators, and end-users who demand an easy-to-install and easy-to-service 2.5mm pixel pitch indoor display solution that can be viewed with spectacular edge-to-edge clarity from very short distances. NanoSlim Engage is extremely slim, ultra-lightweight, energy efficient, and features bright, seamless, high- resolution picture quality that can be viewed from any angle throughout the display horizon without color shift or image distortion. In addition, NanoSlim Engage can be manufactured in any size, shape, or curvature. For more information, visit SDG

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