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Outdoor TV has 100in screen Dramatic extension for DisplayNet line

AQUAVISION Stand: 5-V120

DVIGEAR A 100in outdoor television has been announced by Aquavision. The television is IP66-rated and provides protection against water, dust, sand, moisture and insects. It can withstand temperatures of -40°C to 110°C. Based on the Elite 4K platform, it includes features such as a 178° viewing angle, full IP control, discreet IR, DVB-TS/S2 receivers, two HDMI inputs and multiple USB ports. According to the company, the 100in television is the first outdoor television to be available in a flush, in-wall housing. Other sizes in the Horizon range will soon be available in this new flush mount format. The TV is compatible with integration systems such as Control4, Crestron, AMX, Savant and RTI. All high- and ultra-highbrightness models feature

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Aquavision’s new 100in outdoor TV is IP66 rated

Aquavision’s CTM (Comprehensive Thermal Management), constantly monitoring humidity and temperature, adjusting as necessary. Aquavision’s ADST (Advanced Daylight Sensing Technology) constantly monitors and adjusts screen brightness to ambient light level to enhance the

viewing experience and prolong the life of the display. Models in the Horizon range are available in six sizes (32, 43, 55, 65, 85 and now 100in) and six individual brightness levels (450, 500, 700, 1,000, 1,500 or 2,000 cd/ sqm), and include an anti-reflective LED screen.

Supercharged windows up the ante SELOY LIVE

WORK PRO AUDIO Stand: 7-M200

Sense was installed in Helsinki as the world’s first see-through touchscreen storefront

The company’s Shade glass technology is also featured, as part of a new transparent/opaque interactive touch-glass prototype that combines Shade and Sense and functions in both transparent and non-transparent mode. Shade boasts electronically adjustable transparency via a separate circuit breaker, allowing the user to toggle

Keeping listeners in the loop OPUS TECHNOLOGIES Stand: 7-X225 French company Opus Technologies, the manufacturer of induction loop amplifiers for hearing impaired people, has introduced the new LD series. The company says that a very high total efficiency of up to 92% allows natural cooling, thanks to an innovative Class D amplifier associated with a resonant universal input switch mode power supply. Opus says that it has used the latest generation Class D modulation to



DisplayNet’s DN-200 series

Directed audio for demanding environments

Stand: 15-S290 With its interactive glass and ‘supercharged’ touch windows, Seloy Live is upping the ante at this year’s ISE with its very own SeloyLive City. Boasting a shop-front window powering POSeidon’s POS solution, an ‘ice bar’ projecting the Northern Lights, a mini ‘movie theatre’, and a transparent/opaque interactive touch-glass prototype, SeloyLive City has been wowing attendees. Seloy Live’s Sense technology is employed across Seloy Live’s stand. A state-of-the-art combination of a transparent insulating glass unit and interactive touch foil surface – enabling it to also function as a regular window when switched off – Sense is available in any size up to 3m x 6m for indoor and outdoor use, with ‘true zero’ bezels, and boasts a touch response rate of 5-9ms.

The DN-200 Series is described by DVIGear as a ‘dramatic extension’ of the DisplayNet AV-over-IP product line. It leverages the latest SDVoE technology to distribute uncompressed AV signals with resolutions up to 4K/60p over a 10GbE Ethernet network. The DN200 Series adds support for HDMI 2.0 with up to 12-bit colour, HDCP 2.2, DisplayPort 1.2, and highspeed USB 2.0. A high-performance scaler in both the transmitter and receiver units is said to enable very fast switching, multiviewer, and enhanced video wall processing. Each transmitter unit accepts

multiple source signals including HDMI (with embedded audio and HDCP), DisplayPort, analogue stereo audio, bidirectional IR, RS232, and 1GbE Ethernet. These input signals are packetised into a single 10GbE link and are distributed to destinations via an off-the-shelf 10GbE network switch. The DN-200 Series supports twisted pair (Cat6A or Cat7) media up to 100m, or fibre optic media using an industry standard SFP+ module supporting extension distances up to 30km. The DN-200 Series distributes video with resolutions up to 4K/60p with 8-bit colour (4:4:4) and 4K/60p with 10-bit or 12-bit colour (4:2:2 or 4:2:0) without image artifacts and without frame latency.

create the ‘most compact and powerful loop amplifier’. And with its constant current/voltage closed loop control, the company claims to be able to drive any kind of complex loop. A high output voltage up to a peak of 48V enables excellent audio intelligibility even in high absorption environments, making all kinds of The LD range offers constant current/voltage closed loop control

between transparent glass and non-transparent opaque – while a transparency dimmer function can also support up to six different opaque colour options. The SeloyLive City stand includes a POSeidon window shop demonstration, where customers can continue making purchases after stores close.

installation straightforward, the company adds. Opus Technologies offers a wide range of solutions from 1x2A rms to 2x10A rms to cover areas of up to 2,300sqm, designed to deliver qualities such as compactness, reliability and quietness. All of the company’s products are designed and manufactured in France to facilitate delivery and quality control.

Work Pro Audio, Equipson’s installation and pro audio marque, is showcasing the latest additions to its Arion Line Array range, the SL 210 A and SL 218 SA subwoofer. Designed at Work Pro’s headquarters in Valencia, Spain, they are intended for use in demanding environments that require power, high-quality audio reproduction and controlled directivity. The SL 210 A is a two-way, biamplified line array element with the option of remote monitoring and control via Ethernet, a built-in DSP section and twin 1,000W peak Class D Pascal amplifiers. The low frequencies are handled by two 10in Faital Pro LF drivers and a bass reflex enclosure, while a 1.4in Beyma compression driver takes care of the high frequencies. Through careful application of the onboard DSP, tailored passive filtering of one of the LF drivers in the low/mid-range and a newly designed dispersion horn, the company claims that the SL 210 A achieves consistent 120º horizontal coverage and a maximum sound pressure level of 135dB. The frequency response extends from 18kHz down to 100Hz (-10dB).

Lower frequencies can be reproduced by the new, dedicated SL 218 SA subwoofer. This is powered by a 4,000W peak Class D Pascal amplifier and can handle frequencies from 30 to 140Hz.

The SL 210 A is a two-way, biamplified line array element

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