Allsee Technologies announces availability of rod-powered window displays

Digital signage manufacturer Allsee Technologies has officially launched its 15-in rod-powered window displays. Allsee exhibited the prototype of this product at ISE 2019 and it is now being shipped.

The displays use low voltage technology, similar to traditional rod powered static light pockets usually found in estate agent window displays, to supply power to the screens.

They also feature a high brightness 1,000cd/m² panel so they can be read in direct sunlight. Their built in Android media player can be updated via USB, by using our own easy-to-use online CMS or third party software compatible with Android.

No mains cable is required to provide power as these screens are powered via the rods on which they are mounted.

The displays feature 1,000cd/m² high brightness LCD digital light pockets, maing thme suitable for combining with static light pockets in window displays to provide eye-catching motion alongside printed signage.

Content is loaded to the displays via USB stick, and the images and/or videos will play in a continuous loop.

On the rear of the display there is a pocket that a printed graphic can be inserted into to maximise the space used. This can be removed if necessary but comes as standard at no extra cost.

Installers can synchronise content across multiple screens in the same window display. You can achieve the effect of one large image or video across multiple screens or have content playing and transitioning in unison.

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