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Philips pledges to drive digital sign innovation

Philips Professional Displays Solutions (PPDS) has announced the launch of its new 7000 L-Line series higher brightness LED range, a technology it says will open up a host of indoor digital signage opportunities for users.

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The Philips 7000 Series comes in a range of different size variants

According to PPDS, the new range overcomes many of the traditional barriers and limitations around size, shape and brightness of LED installations.

The technology, PPDS says, also addresses cost of ownership in terms of power saving and fire retardancy, meaning the solution offers a more efficient and safer option to users.

In addition, the 7000 L-Line series bezel-less displays provide 1200-nit brightness, which PPDS says makes it an effective solution perfect for challenging light conditions, including direct sunlight behind glass.

Martijn van der Woude, director of business management at PPDS, comments: “Whether it’s a corporate office, a retail store or a public space, with the new Philips L-Line 7000 series, we’re removing limitations and providing the tools and the freedom for our customers to be as creative as their imaginations allow.

We’re removing limitations and providing the tools and the freedom for our customers to be as creative as their imaginations allow

“Whether it’s a simple, traditional installation, or something more extravagant that flows seamlessly around doorways, the 7000 series simplifies the spectacular.”

Jeroen Brants, product manager for LED displays at PPDS, adds: “With safety of paramount importance, particularly in high footfall locations, such as retail and public spaces, the Philips 7000 series has been designed to provide the highest levels of fire safety, slowing down the spreading of fire flames.

“The solution has been ruthlessly tested and certified with British standard BS476, European standard B1 DIN4102 and North American standard UL94.”

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