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New Product Awards 2019 – NEC Display Solutions of America FA Series dvLED (Video, Flat-Panel Display)

  • NEC Display Solutions of America FA Series dvLED.
When spreading the message of faith, it’s important to not only reach your audience, but also connect with them. This year, NEC Display released their FA series direct-view LED display solutions. With exemplary digital signage solutions, houses of worship have endless creative possibilities to make their services and ceremonies even more dynamic and engaging.

The NEC FA Series provides crystal clear images for the ultimate visual experience and are the ideal solutions for houses of worship who want to add stunning visual elements to their services. The 16:9 aspect ratio dvLED cabinets allow for simple content creation, and with six different fine pixel pitch options (1.2mm, 1.5mm, 1.9mm, 2.5mm, 3.1mm and 3.8mm), the optimum display resolution can be achieved, regardless of viewing distance.

The FA Series is engineered with multicolor LEDs that deliver improved contrast, uniformity and viewing angles compared to other similar direct view LEDs, and have no external cables required for installation. Additionally, the front serviceable design allows easy access and quick maintenance when needed.

dvLED is a video display technology that uses Light Emitting Diodes to produce the red, blue and green colors typically found in a full color video display. Because the LEDs are an emissive light technology, they provide images that are brighter and higher in contrast than the transmissive technology of traditional LCD displays.

Another benefit of these NEC dvLED displays are their modularity and configurability. LED panels can be configured in nearly infinite combinations, and because an LED panel has no bezel, multiple panels can be combined to provide a seamless video wall image. Their modularity means they can also be configured in unconventional patterns. In the case of a church, this could be used to wrap around surfaces, or to create a display in the shape of a religious symbol.

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