The Nomad TPEP+ 2.6 indoor LED panel is now available with Brompton Technology processing
Canada - Theatrixx Technologies, the Montreal-based manufacturer and distributor of technical equipment specially adapted for the performing arts, events and entertainment sectors, has announced the launch of its new premium high refresh rate Nomad TPEP+ 2.6 indoor LED panel, now available with Brompton Technology processing.
The panels incorporate a new proprietary Titanium Polymer Edge Protection technology (TPEP+) which ‘ensures unparalleled module protection and durability’. They designed to meet the demands of event production and rental.
A liquid shader now replaces the traditional brittle plastic shaders, resulting in an impressive +170-degree viewing angle. The innovative polymer compound forms mechanical bonds between each pixel without covering the LED lenses or altering their colour spectrum.
Individually batched premium SMD diodes, a 1/16 driving mode, and 16 bits of greyscale depth, coupled with a refresh rate of 7,680hz, make the Nomad Brompton series suitable for high-end XR studios and Virtual Production applications.
Interested event and production companies in the UK and Europe can now view the combination of Nomad and Brompton in a demo suite at Brompton Technology HQ, Gunnersbury, West London.
Kris Hill, the UK & Ireland sales manager for Theatrixx, comments: “We are pleased to offer our range of popular Nomad TPEP+ panels with industry-leading Brompton processing, and we are delighted to showcase our innovation at Brompton’s impressive West London headquarters. Our new collaboration will give our collective customers the opportunity to view and learn more about our combined technologies in a purpose-built demo facility.”
“We welcome Theatrixx to the fold of manufacturers choosing to offer their panels with Brompton LED processing,” adds Brompton’s director of business development, Rob Fowler. “I know Kris and Theatrixx have ambitious plans over the next 12 months to open a demo and support space of their own, but whilst this is being planned the Nomad makes an attractive addition to our demo area and we are pleased to have it at our disposal for demo and test.”

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