‘The LN Series is designed for ease of deployment’

UK - Designed to meet the demanding need for robust yet flexible content visualisation at exhibitions, concerts, conferences, sporting events, and other commercial activities, the new Leyard LN Series LED displays deliver quality visual effects and information to any temporary event or occasion. With a user-friendly design, ‘effortless’ maintenance, and swift setup, the LN Series flexible LED displays boast a modular and lightweight structure. They are easily assembled and disassembled, offering hassle-free transportation and setup for diverse events and venues.

The displays can be tailored to support specific application requirements and seamlessly integrated with other equipment and systems, enhancing functionality and effects. 

Addressing the diverse requirements of Leyard’s clientele, the LN Series offers a range of sizes, shapes, and resolutions, catering to both indoor and outdoor applications. The indoor models are available in 1.9mm, 2.6mm, 2.9mm and 3.9mm, whilst outdoor applications benefit from panels that come in 2.9mm and 3.9mm. Further enhancing the customer experience are two cabinet sizes of 500 x 500mm and 500 x 1000mm.  

Leyard Europe’s Cris Tanghe notes, “Our new LN Series screens feature wide viewing angles of up to 160 degrees horizontally and 140 degrees vertically. This ensures clear content visibility from diverse angles and distances. Additionally, we've prioritised energy efficiency, with the displays consuming less power than their traditional counterparts, thereby reducing energy costs for our customers."

The LN Series outdoor LED cabinets, crafted from high-quality die-cast aluminium, provide excellent heat dissipation and protection from moisture and dust, guaranteeing reliability in all weather conditions.  

"The LN Series is designed for ease of deployment, offering various quick lock inter cabinet connections and front serviceable LED modules" continues Tanghe. "This ensures a streamlined setup and, teardown and maintenance process, significantly reducing labour and time costs."

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