NEW YORK CITY: Issued on Monday, March 19th, 2018
Primeview, global leader in advanced display solutions, announces the launch of the 1.9mm HDR (high dynamic range) capable LED Tiles (PRVLEDEPC19
) from the new Epic Line at NAB Show. The show will take place from April 9th through April 12th, in the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nevada.
Primeview’s new Epic Line fulfills the high-demand of light weight, rental-style cabinets with a 1.9-pixel pitch. The cabinets are the first to be HDR capable in the market. This is most evident in broadcast footage with high resolution and shadowing accurate contrasts from light to dark. The line is 24/7 industrial rated with up to 100,000 hours of LED lifespan and 5-year parts and labor warranty. Tailored for a simple rental-style installation, the Epic Line is built for ultimate cost efficiency and flexibility. Having a feasible install as well as a dissembling process, the cabinets can be taken out and relocated without disrupting your total LED presentation.
“The fine-pixel LED market is experiencing explosive growth and we are excited to bring the Epic Line to market. Primeview takes great pride in partnering with world-class manufactures. We look forward to collaborating with Ross at NAB in efforts to show broadcasters end-to end solutions that are easily deployable while also addressing critical needs for future proof solutions such as UHD 4K and HDR.” Shay Giuili, CEO at Primeview,
Alongside the 1.9mm LED, Primeview will also be releasing a new 86” Stretch LCD Monitor (PRV86STS). The seven-foot long monitor can be used in both portrait and landscape modes. Daisy chaining is capable on the stretch display for up to 4 monitors. Built with Ultra HD 4K resolution, the display is linker-based, allowing the user to separate it into four seamless screens, creating customizable broadcast content.
The booth will also feature two arrays (3X2 and 2x2) of Primeview’s broadcast friendly super narrow bezel Snello SDI displays (PRV55SNLUR-SDI
), 65" OLED 12G (PRV65OLED12G-SDI) monitors, and two 65” with one 86” Projected Capacitive Touch Displays, adding an interactive dimension for broadcasters (PRV654KPCT
“Ross Video is consistently creating and updating broadcast technology,” Stuart Russel, Senior Communications Manager at Ross Video explains. “We are looking forward to working with Primeview by using their quality display technology to stream our content.”
In partnership with Ross Video, Primeview’s displays will be located in the South Lower Hall, #SL3305.
Primeview is a privately held global manufacturing company that was launched in 1997 specializing in advanced display solutions, with a focus on the industrial market. Primeview manufactures on the most advanced ISO-certified production lines, maintaining high quality control standards to build products for the most demanding markets. Primeview offers a true “one-stop shop” for display solutions, including digital signage, video conferencing systems, high-brightness displays, touchscreens, kiosks, weatherproof monitors, and specialty. The company’s solutions can be found in board rooms, museums, casinos, retail stores, hotels, and properties around the globe: ESPN studios, GE Healthcare, Microsoft, ABC studios, US NAVY, Lexus, Jaguar, Lacoste, H&M, IDF, Sandia and Revel casinos, NBC Broadcast Studios, Weather Channel, Disney Theme Parks, World War II Museum and The MOB museum. For more information, please visit us at www.Primeview.biz or socialize with us on Facebook