Dallas charity upgrades with digital signage

Sept. 21, 2017

The Communities Foundation of Texas, a public charity based in Dallas, recently upgraded its community room with two LED displays from NanoLumens. The charity needed a more modern AV system so it selected NanoLumen's Engage Series of displays to meet its needs, according to a press release.

The two displays measured 6.5-feet wide by 11.2-feet long, and they were designed with a 2.5-millimeter pixel pitch and a 16:9 aspect ratio. NanoLumens also designed the display to be easily front serviceable, according to the release.

"The upgrade from VGA to HDMI is a big change and allows us to offer non-profit guests and employees much simpler access through multiple HDMI ports throughout the room.Through the connected Crestron system there is also no selecting sources or fiddling with menus, we simply plug into one of the HDMI inputs and the desired image instantly appears on the displays," Lisa Causey, facility and events manager, Communities Foundation of Texas, said in the release. "Whether both displays are presenting the same feed or showing different images or videos, it couldn’t be simpler."


Topics: Display Technology, Hardware, LED Signs

Companies: NanoLumens


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