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Presenting Sharp’s Newest 55” LCD Digital Signage Display Panel

Written by: Petra Liu
05 April 2018

As always, Sharp exceeds expectations, and if you have digital signage needs – large or small – then it’s time to take notice of the PN-VU551 digital display panel. 

With these 55-inch digital video panels there is virtually no limit to the scale of video wall display that can be built. As for the precision of imagery that can be achieved, let’s just say that Sharp lives up to its name. 

Get unmatched clarity with the Sharp 55” LCD Panel (PN-VU551) from Peripheral Vision Today! 

Possessing an ultra-slim bezel width of only 3.5mm, the Sharp PN-VU551 offers a seamless viewing experience and is perfect for providing impactful signage in any commercial or public environment. Add to this Sharp’s Uniform Colour Calibration Technology (UCCT), which guarantees uniformity of colour and brightness across the display, and you have a recipe for one of Sharp’s most high-quality offerings yet. 

Intended for 24/7 operation in well-lit environments, the energy-efficient and resilient PN-VU551 is lightweight at only 27.5kg, easy to assemble into a video wall and convenient to control with the RS-232-C interface or via a network. Sturdy carrying handles ensure that the panels are convenient to transport and their angled design allows for ease of installation, whether vertically and horizontally.

From shopping centres to control rooms, if you have a message you want to get across on a large scale, without distortion or blurring of fine text and detailed graphics, then Peripheral Vision’s got the answer for you, at prices that have to be seen to be believed.

Contact us today, and experience the clarity of Sharp’s PN-VU551 55-inch digital display panels.            

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