LG Business Solutions is launching an LED Signage system in the United States in August. The LG LSAA LED Signage series, which represents the flagship of LG’s line, will be available initially in a 1.2-millimeter pixel pitch version, followed by 0.9 and 1.5-mm models later this year.
LG designed this solution around a single LED cabinet hub that provides power and signal to the entire signage display without additional cabling between cabinets. LG’s non-contact connector technology powers each display via pin connectors located on the LED cabinet hub’s edges.
The LED cabinet allows installers to connect multiple displays to achieve the desired size. With straightforward installation and expandability, the LSAA can be set up or reconfigured on-site (in a fraction of the time it takes to install other LED displays, according to LG). Wall mounts and frame-type accessories offer several installation options to meet the diverse requirements of different site conditions and customers’ needs. LG’s on-screen user interface helps simplify setup and calibration, too.
Here’s a video on the LG LSAA:
The LG LSAA processor is based on AI-powered image processing technology used in premium LG 4K UHD TVs to enhance resolution, noise reduction, sharpness, color and contrast. In addition, LG’s custom coding and interface logic simplify integrating common videoconferencing and control systems.
Designed for up-close uses such as corporate meeting centers and boardrooms, LG LSAA Series systems are certified as EMC Class B, which covers electronic equipment made for use in residential, commercial, industrial and business environments. EMC Class B certification means the LG LSAA produces low amounts of electromagnetic energy that can interfere with other systems or create excess electromagnetic noise.
Because four RGB pixels are assembled in a single, secure package, there is a reduced exposure to impact damage compared to the single LED package design. In addition, the common cathodes of the LEDs are connected to a single pin to prevent unnecessary power consumption, delivering only the required voltage to each sub-pixel.
The LSAA isn’t on the LG website yet but, when it is, it will be here: https://www.lg.com/us/business/direct-view-led-signage
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