April 23, 2010
-- Premier LED signs supplier Optec Displays recently released its new A Series controller board, now featured as a default component of all its monochrome message center displays. The innovation delivers significant enhancements to graphics and animations, and offers a larger storage capacity to save more message files in.
The addition of the A Series controller allows users to maximize 16 grayscale levels, a step up from the traditional single-shade text and graphics. This makes for more flexibility and significant improvement in terms of graphics and animation designs.
The A Series controller is also a faster processor, rated at 60MHz with a built-in system memory of 16MB. Users can expect noticeably better graphics and text compared to regular monochrome LED signs. They may also take advantage of 10 to 100 times faster data transfer rate, depending on their choice of the communication device.
The 32MB onboard flash memory storage of the A Series Controller allows users to store approximately 50 to 100 message schedules. No longer do users have to delete message schedules constantly to make room for new announcements and advertisements. LED display signs with the controller are also LAN-ready and complete with built-in ports for all communication devices it supports.
Best of all, all these enhancements brought about by the new A Series controller come with no additional charges. Know more about the monochrome LED signs by Optec Displays that feature this controller by heading to Optec.com or by calling 800-876-1668.
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About Optec Displays Inc.:
Optec Displays Inc. is a leading manufacturer of LED signs, distributing more than 10,000 LED display units to different areas around the world annually. Optec revolutionized LED display signs when it created the world's first RGB LED display in 1990. It continues to bring innovations to the industry, most recently with its release of the A Series controller board. For additional information, log on to http://www.optec.com
or call 800-876-1668 toll-free.