The LED Studio Will Show AEGIS Pro Narrow-Pitch Outdoor LED Display at ISE 2023
The LED Studio will be launching its AEGIS Pro narrow-pitch outdoor LED display with attachable solar panel at ISE on manufacturing partner VOD Visual’s Booth 3R250. The AEGIS Pro 130″ outdoor kiosk solution is the first outdoor narrow-pitch LED display to feature a unique fully waterproof exterior, requiring no additional glass casing. The solar panel is mounted on top of the display and has a battery pack capacity of 20AH, which can be fully charged in approximately 2.5 hours in the appropriate lighting conditions of six hours or more a day.
When running at 220V, the AEGIS Pro kiosk average power consumption is 1140W, at an average current of 5.2A. In these conditions, the 20AH battery provides roughly 3.85 hours of power from full charge and up to nine hours in high bright conditions. Under 24/7 operation conditions, this can save a whopping 38.5% of energy per week.
In addition, the AEGIS Pro features a sustainable design to consume up to 40% less power consumption compared to traditional outdoor LED display technologies. This makes it more energy efficient and maximizes ROI over the product lifetime whilst being better for the environment.
The AEGIS Pro has been designed for quick installation, with everything needed to get the display up and running included in the box. The all-in-one nature of the kiosk means it doesn’t require any additional components, streamlining and simplifying operations. The LED Studio can supply integrated CMS functionality, but alternatively it is also compatible with all leading CMS platforms including Scala and BrightSign.
The AEGIS Pro has been crafted to cater for close and far observing audiences, available in low pixel pitches of 1.5mm, 1.8mm and 2.5mm, whilst also being available in landscape or portrait orientations. This provides a sustainable option for replacing existing outdoor LED or LCD screens, including digital six sheets and bus stop signage, opening up new opportunities for DOOH advertising locations.