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ADI Global to distribute LED Studio’s narrow-pitch displays

Posted by Ross Noonan |21 Dec 2023

LED Studio has signed a deal with ADI Global Distribution. The partnership will offer ADI customers across the UK, Spain, France and Benelux and Nordic regions access to LED Studio’s narrow-pixel-pitch EDGE, AEGIS and V-Poster displays.

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LED Studio is running a training course dedicated to each of its technologies, designed to empower ADI’s team of technical sales and systems support professionals to specify the products within their solutions.

  • The indoor EDGE series, which includes a large die-cast LED cabinet, is ideal for upgrading 43” and 55” LCD flat panels and video walls using existing mounts or fixing directly to the wall. The EDGE series features a future-proofed cabinet infrastructure using LED Studio’s V1 architecture, so the LED can be upgraded to lower pixel pitches or emerging manufacturing methods.

  • For outdoor applications, LED Studio’s AEGIS series includes the first high-bright, narrow-pixel-pitch kiosks. Designed for digital out-of-home activities, the kiosks use up to 40% less power than LCD alternatives.

  • The V-Poster series is aimed at reception areas or retail environments that need a flexible all-in-one LED solution offering plug-and-play operation.

Chris Godfrey, ADI Global Distribution’s senior category manager for EMEA pro AV, said: “With LED Studio’s innovation around product design to simplify operation and enhance reliability, they’re helping to further expand the reach of LED displays across security and commercial installations.”

LED Studio’s director of channel development and partnerships, Paul Bromley, said: “The ADI technical sales team is among the most knowledgeable in the industry and is invested in the solutions they sell. Together, supported by our product designers and specialist engineers, we will bring the benefits of LED to the security sector to support mission critical messaging and bring even the finest of details to life as pixel pitches continue to reduce.”

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