DALLAS – August 27, 2018 – Ultravision LED Solutions, a leading innovator, manufacturer and distributor of LED displays and LED lighting, today announced its new UltraPanel High Definition Series – a line of high-definition LED display screens that can display digital playback of recorded, live or static images.
Available in 1.8mm and 2.5mm sizes, the UltraPanel High Definition Series is Ultravision’s lowest pitch product, doubling the number of pixels offered in similar-sized displays and making the display image significantly more visually appealing, especially in areas where people can be close to the display, such as shopping malls, casinos or airports. The increased pixels let customers have multiple advertisements on one display, allowing them to further boost revenue.
The new series has a 16×9 aspect ratio, the standard for hi-definition televisions. The improved image display offers customers more return on their investment, meaning they can put the displays in areas where they previously wouldn’t have, such as office lobbies. The product also helps facilitate more engagement opportunities for advertisers and their varied audiences.
“Ultravision created the UltraPanel High Definition Series to meet customer demand of having high-definition displays that are more like television screens, but offer customizable sizes and the ability to create one seamless image,” said William Hall, CEO and co-founder of Ultravision LED Solutions. “With increased pixels and finer pitch, the UltraPanel Brilliant Series further expands where and how advertisers can use LED displays to communicate with the public.”
The UltraPanel High Definition Series offers Ultravision’s standard features, including health monitoring capabilities so customers know the health of their display and are alerted of any failures. The new product line also includes the ease of serviceability, a hallmark quality of Ultravision products.
“We pride ourselves on listening to our customers to be able to best meet their needs, and the new UltraPanel Brilliant Series is the most recent example of how we use our expertise to offer superior, next-generation LED display options,” said Hall.
Like all Ultravision products, the UltraPanel High Definition Series of LED displays are assembled in America by workers in the North Texas area. The new displays are available for purchase, custom configuration and shipping. The new series also integrates with the new suite of software Ultravision recently launched. More information about the UltraPanel High Definition Series can be found on Ultravision’s website.
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