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LG launches first micro LED digital signage display

LG launches first micro LED digital signage display

LG launches first micro LED digital signage display

LG's Magnit has entered the market

Described as an evolutionary step forward in display technologies, LG’s new micro LED digital signage solution, Magnit, has entered the market. Magnit promises increased durability thanks to its LG Black Coating and streamlined installation as a result of its black-assembly design.

Micro LED screens features self-emissive, micrometre-scale pixels applied directly to the substrate board, which are said to deliver sharper images with improved contrast and a wider viewing angle. LG’s new Black Coating technology, applied to the front of the displays, is designed to improve contrast and colour accuracy while helping to protect the tiny LED pixels from moisture, dust and external impact. The Black Coating is also anti-glare and anti-fingerprint, minimising distracting reflections and making it easier to remove unsightly smudges.

The Magnit displays integrate the manufacturer’s webOS smart signage platform for navigation and control of useful functions, including features and presets. Picture quality is boosted by an AI-powered α (Alpha) image processor that intelligently analyses content and source and automatically optimises visual output in real time.

Each Micro LED cabinet measures 600mm x 337.5mm x 44.9mm (WxHxD) and can be linked to other cabinets to erect large-scale display onsite. The block assembly design allows power to be sent to each cabinet via pin connectors located on the edges of the LED cabinet hub. Cable management is aided with only a few wires on the back of the displays to link the cabinets to system controllers and power mains.

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