ISE 2020: Absen to focus on latest MiniLED
Wednesday, 22 January 2020
absen-ise-2020Absen will have its largest ever presence at the show
The Netherlands - LED display manufacturer Absen, will return to the RAI in Amsterdam next month to present its range of MiniLED products for the fixed installation and rental markets and to introduce new and enhanced products.
Absen will occupy 324sq.m of floor space in Hall 12, representing the company’s largest ever presence at the show.
Absen’s MiniLED are ultra-fine pixel pitch LED panels, incorporating 4-in-1 pixel configuration (IMD) and common cathode technology. Demand for Absen MiniLED products has been very high since the launch of the CR series in 2018, and intensified significantly with last year’s launch of the Aries (AX) series, the market-leading sub-2mm MiniLED rental display, designed to meet the rigorous demands of the rental staging market.
Absen MiniLED now comes as standard in four core product lines: the Aries (AX), Acclaim (A27 Pro) and Control Room (CR) series, as well as the newly launched HC series for mission-critical environments.
The A27 Plus has been Absen’s best-selling fixed install product, seeing over 300% growth in 2019. The Acclaim series is Absen’s flagship display for indoor fixed installation, predominately in corporate and retail environments. This year’s ISE will see the series become available as a MiniLED range - the A27 Pro series - making it “better, stronger, and more efficient”.
Finally, the CR series will now be available in 0.7mm pixel pitch, which represents the company’s smallest pixel pitch and highest resolution display. As well as this improvement, Absen will also present the HC series, a new 0.9mm MiniLED display for the high-end control room market.
Absen will also launch a new product for the Digital Out-Of-Home (DooH) advertising market. The AW series is Absen’s new outdoor fine pitch LED for light box displays, bus shelters and other types of urban street furniture.
Absenicon, the popular meeting room solution unveiled at ISE last year, is also back with a slimmer frame, a flatter surface and better ease-of-use.
(Jim Evans)

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