In my opinion, dnp Denmark basically invented the Ambient Light Rejecting (ALR) screen category when the company launched the original Supernova One in 2005. Now, it has released a new version: the Supernova One 2.0. This new version comes with a 20-millimeter or 30-millimeter frame that is up to 66% narrower than the original screen. It also includes a fire-retardant Alupanel that makes the rigid screen compliant with the ASTM E 84 CLASS B fire rating. And, the new frame is aimed at portrait digital signage applications in retail environments, airports and museums.
Supernova One 2.0 is available with SN 23-23 or ISF certified SN 08-85 screen materials in five standard sizes: 100” and 110” in 16:10; 100”, 110” and 120” in 16:9. It comes with two standard frame options: Silver Alu (30 mm including 10-mm masking frame) and Black Sand (20 mm, no masking frame).