PPDS announces the launch of the brand new Philips L-Line 7000 series.
Fashioned on feedback, the new 7000 series – the latest in a growing range of Philips LED solutions from PPDS – ‘overcomes many of the traditional barriers and limitations around size, shape and brightness of LED installations’, as well as addressing cost of ownership (power saving) and fire retardancy, for a safer, truly bespoke, imaginative and attention-demanding performance in almost any indoor environment.
Available now, the 7000 series bezel-less displays provide 1200-nit brightness – perfect for even the most challenging light conditions, including direct sunlight behind glass – and comes in a range of different size variants to suit any design, shape or size.
Martijn van der Woude, director business management at PPDS, comments: “The market has spoken, and we have responded. Whether it’s a corporate office, a retail store or a public space, with the new Philips L-Line 7000 series, we’re removing limitations and providing the tools and the freedom for our customers to be as creative as their imaginations allow.”
Ahead of the curve
All Philips 7000 displays are available as 25cm height as standard, with 50cm, 75cm and 100cm width variants, each of which can be seamlessly mixed and linked together in any landscape format, whether it’s four screens or 1,000.
Equipped to fulfil even the most ambitious and creative designs, the 7000 series is also readily available in stock in standard flat or with sloping bevelled corners (for L-shape cornering and curvature, 90-180 degrees) and in both convex and concave formats for curved installs with perfect results. All units come with built-in cable wiring, keeping power and data cables tidy, while display cabinets are daisy-chained for both power and data to minimise clutter and speed up installation.
For a seamless, fast and simplified installation experience, every panel is calibrated under perfect circumstances, meaning there’s no need for further calibration on location, reducing disruptions and inconveniences
With Philips Active Health Monitoring, all displays can be easily managed 24/7 remotely, with any issues or potential problems – right down to pixel level – able to be flagged up and addressed before they happen, while an IP30 conformal coating means displays are protected from indoor elements – such as dust, dirt, fungus and moisture – reducing the chances of short circuiting or corrosion.
“A blank panel is a sign of failure,” van der Woude elaborates. “It doesn’t matter how simple or extravagant your installation may look and how incredible the content being shown is, an inactive panel will always be what people gravitate to and remember. It’s important for us that that scenario is avoided wherever possible.”
High performance, low energy
In addition, the 7000 series features ‘Dynamic Power Saving’ technology, allowing for up to 20 per cent lower running costs compared to other comparable market models, reducing total cost of ownership without compromising on quality or performance – a must for display owners with many geographical locations.
Jeroen Brants, Product Manager LED Displays at PPDS, says: “With safety of paramount importance, particularly in high footfall locations, such as retail and public spaces, the Philips 7000 series has been designed to provide the highest levels of fire safety, slowing down the spreading of fire flames. The solution has been ruthlessly tested and certified with British standard BS476, European standard B1 DIN4102 and North American standard UL94.”
Martijn van der Woude concludes: “Whether it’s a simple, traditional installation, or something more extravagant that flows seamlessly around doorways, the 7000 series simplifies the spectacular.”