LED manufacturer Absen has announced a brand-new LED display series designed to be used in medium to large DOOH installations. Boasting a 10,000-nit brightness, and with a 1280mm x 960mm standard panel size and three other optional sizes, there are six new models of the Aurora Series.
Weighing only 25kg per sqm, the Aurora series follows in the footsteps of Absen’s continued product innovation. The Aurora Series is 50% thinner and lighter than its predecessors, thanks to a new engineering approach which resulted in a reduction of nearly 25% of all steel materials, reducing transportation costs and simplifying installation. Aurora is a fan-less LED display that offers a 40% reduction in power consumption compared to previous models, making it one of the company’s most energy-efficient models to date.
In addition, Absen’s renowned maintenance features are continued on the Aurora Series, with front and rear installation a simple and fast two to three-step process. With front and rear module assembly and access, further maintenance of the series is simple wherever the Aurora is installed.
Seamless, vivid pictures at a 10,000 nit brightness are a staple of the Aurora. Thanks to the high contrast ratio, which boasts diversified and saturated colours with smooth transitions, the series is designed to display a high image quality even under direct sunlight. And at a 3,840Hz refresh rate and 16bit grayscale, advertisers can be assured that vivid, eye-catching images are guaranteed with the Aurora, no matter where it is placed.
Sustainability has also been at the forefront of Absen’s engineers’ minds when developing the Aurora Series. Waterproof, with an operating temperature between -40 and +50 degrees Celsius, the series promises to perform every hour of the day even in the most demanding conditions.
The series is made of six models, all of which differ in pixel pitch. The A0421, A0621 and A0821 are the smaller pixel pitches in the series, ranging from 4.44mm – 16mm pitch, whilst the larger pitches, A1021, A1021D and A1621D, are designed for further viewing distances.