Samsung Electronics America just introduced the newest product in its outdoor LED display portfolio, the XPR-B, an all-in-one display solution for various small and medium-sized businesses, including schools and local entertainment complexes, quick-serve restaurants (QSRs) and hospitality. Dubbed the “LED in a Box,” the XPR-B comes complete with a simple, web-based content management solution that allows business owners, restauranteurs and administrators to quickly disseminate critical information.
With a stress-free installation of a unibody cabinet structure, businesses do not need to worry about a cumbersome setup. With a distinctive cabinet design, the display is tailored to the user’s needs with a flexible installation meaning users can obtain the LED Signage in as little as two weeks. Additionally, the integrated content management solution allows users to conveniently create, schedule and deploy exclusive content that is inviting to customers.
Further, the display provides exceptional picture quality with clear visibility in all conditions. It was built to weather the elements through rigorous performance testing, ensuring high uptime even in the toughest environments. Moreover, the display offers multiple operational safeguards to prevent errors and interruptions. It features a new, more efficient power supply with a backup built in so the display will never lose power and shut-down.
The XPR-B joins Samsung’s growing portfolio of XPR displays, including the XPR-S, a solution developed for professional sports and customers that need max brightness, and the XPR-E, meant for customers who do not require prolonged periods of max brightness. Using the same technology behind the popular XPR-E modules and components, the XPR-B comes in two sizes — 1 meter x 2m and 1.5m x 3m — with each size available in single and double face and in 8-millimeter, 10-mm and 12-mm pitch to match the unique needs of each customer. The display’s low profile design and 5.9-inch depth create a more aesthetically pleasing display while the front ventilation removes side and rear airflow clearance requirements.