LG Business Solutions USA (Lincolnshire, IL) has announced two new indoor direct-view light-emitting diode (DVLED) display series, the Versatile LSCA and the Ultra Slim LSCB. Both offer flexible, high-performing and easy-to-install options ideal for indoor environments such as office lobbies, shopping malls, hotels, transit hubs and stadiums, according to a press release from the company.
The Versatile LSCA Series is designed for fixed installation and provides users with a DVLED option ideal for larger public installations and with a viewing distance of 15 ft. or more – such as transit hubs, stadiums, and other larger venues – due to pixel pitch models of 2.97mm or 3.91mm with a capability of 1,000 nits of brightness.
The Ultra Slim LSCB Series is for close-up viewing such as shopping malls, board rooms and hotel lobbies and designed specifically to be flexible for rentals and staging – features three DVLED models with pixel pitches of 1.56mm, 1.88mm and 2.50mm. The display combines a low-profile and lightweight design with an edge thickness of 37.5mm making it ideal for spaces where space is a concern, per LG’s press release. The display is capable of 800 nits of brightness and uses the widely used 16:9 aspect ratio.
“Our new Versatile and Ultra Slim displays mark an important expansion of LG’s already robust DVLED offerings, and their introduction is very timely as various indoor venues prepare to engage stakeholders in dramatic ways, post-COVID,” said Dan Smith, vice president, business development, LG Business Solutions USA. “Installers and end-users will find these models offer incredible versatility, easy installation, and minimal maintenance, all with exceptional display performance sure to captivate viewers.”
For more information visit lgsolutions.com.
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