April 28, 2011
The “New” Trans-Lux Takes Center Stage at ISA International Sign Expo
TL Vision Digital Signage Demonstrates Ultimate Viewing Experience with New Technologies & End-to-End Solutions
At this week’s ISA International Sign Expo, Trans-Lux is showcasing its newest state-of-the-art TL Vision large screen display solutions for visual communication in the sports and entertainment, financial, gaming, commercial, education, and government markets. The company’s TL Vision large screen systems are designed with the latest LED and processing technologies that provide brilliant images for a variety of indoor and outdoor applications. Featured at the show are the TL Vision high definition 6mm, 10mm, 16mm and 20mm LED displays and the 7.62mm ticker display.
“Our exhibit at ISA showcases the ‘new’ Trans-Lux,” said J.M. Allain, President and CEO, Trans-Lux Corporation. “We have a new management team, a new product portfolio and new business propositions that combined, enhance our ability to deliver end-to-end digital signage solutions.”
The TL Vision large screens are designed to deliver vivid color reproduction, high contrast in bright light and outstanding performance – and function superbly even where other large screen displays would struggle. Front panel access helps to ensure easy maintenance and reduced downtime.
Visitors to the Trans-Lux booth will also have the opportunity to learn how Trans-Lux can assist organizations in expressing their vision for large screen engagement with both purchase and lease alternatives. Configurations are available in almost any size or shape for indoor and outdoor venues with LED pitches ranging from 3mm to 127mm.
In addition to the LED large screen displays, Trans-Lux also offers a complete line of TL Vision-enhanced Fair-Play scoreboards to help athletic teams and their fans stay on top of the action; a new line of environmentally friendly LED lighting solutions that provide exceptional cost-efficiency along with the ability to easily transform facilities to complement hosted events through the use of different lighting effects and colors; TL InfoVision for delivering important information such as schedules or pricing to viewers; and a complete line of complementary controllers, interfaces and software for creating and posting content including schedules, pricing, directions, time and temperature and even animation.