Wednesday, June 30th 2021

Sharp NEC Display Solutions Introduces E Series dvLED

Sharp NEC Display Solutions, a global leader in the projector and display market, today announced the availability of its E Series to its dvLED portfolio. The E Series offers a wide array of available pixel pitches, from 1.2 mm to 1.8 mm, and is ideal for indoor installations in corporate, education and House of Worship environments for customers looking to upgrade current digital signage.

dvLED walls offer larger, brighter images compared to single LCD display options, and can be built in virtually any configuration. Like building blocks, dvLED solutions are able to be built to fit a specific space or purpose, and are designed without seams for one continuous image. "Installing a dvLED wall depends on a wide range of factors, and we work with our customers to develop a cost-effective, long-term signage solution," said Mark Miller, product specialist for Sharp NEC Display Solutions. "Our new E Series is ideal for the customer that needs an impactful digital signage solution at a lower price point, with the backing of an exceptional product warranty and customer service of a company like Sharp/NEC."
The E Series offers bright dvLED panels, ranging from 600 cd/m² to 800 cd/m² with a tight pixel pitch from as low as 1.2 mm for indoor use. The E Series is the perfect entry into dvLED for those looking to replace aging projection or tiled LCD video walls. Similar to the FA/FE series, the E series is offered in a variety of popular sizes as kits, with everything you need to deploy an LED wall. Because dvLED delivers a brighter image than LCD display options and projection technologies, the E Series works well in bright environments like a windowed conference room with daylight, which would wash a projector image out.

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2 Comments on Sharp NEC Display Solutions Introduces E Series dvLED

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eidairaman1
The Exiled Airman
Didn't know Sharp and NEC merged
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AnarchoPrimitiv
If I won the lottery, I'd use those to make a 7680x3240, 80"wx36"H (88" diagonal) display.
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