Barco introduces new generation outdoor LED display

Date Announced: 04 Mar 2008

Kortrijk, Belgium -- Barco, a market leader in LED display technology, is proud to announce its new generation outdoor LED display for the rental and staging market.

The T-20 is a 20mm outdoor display with unparalleled brightness output and contrast levels, offering the best price quality ratio in the 20mm segment of the market.

Shown for the first time at Barco’s Annual European Rental Partner meeting in Malta, the T-20 is built on a new generation platform designed specifically to deliver optimal cost versus visual performance.

Thanks to its new geometric shader design, the T-20 vastly improves the black levels in all daylight conditions which, together with the increased brightness, deliver exceptional contrast ratios.

Furthermore, the T-20 incorporates new generation LEDs which give a much higher fill factor impression, delivering the highest levels of image quality.

Working closely with its rental partners, Barco also engineered a completely new mechanical design for the T-20, concentrating on robustness, weight, ease of build up/tear down and servicing. The result is a modular robust display which has an IP65 protection rating, replaceable shaders, low weight (only 65kg per square meter) and which is fully serviceable from both the front as well as from the back.

Andrew Healey, Global Marketing Manager (Events) of Barco’s Media and Entertainment division, says “The T-20 is the best cost performance modular outdoor LED wall on the market today. Combined with its extremely low weight and an ultimate high contrast level, the T-20 is the perfect product for the outdoor market – at the right price point. The T-20 is perfectly suited for applications such as concert touring, music festivals with large viewing distances, giving the audience a view to remember.”

Contact
Andrew Healey, Marketing Manager Barco Media & Entertainment Phone: +32 56 36 8146

E-mail:andrew.healey@barco.com

Web Site:www.barco.com

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