The DirectLight LED videowall system by Planar Systems is modular, seamless, and combines a proprietary, advanced design across a choice of four resolutions and narrow pixel pitches: 1.6mm, 1.9mm, 2.5mm, and 3.1mm. Ideal for 24/7 operations in indoor environments, Planar DirectLight LED videowalls are factory-calibrated and tested to perform consistently from high- to very-low brightness settings. Additional features include electronic seam correction, deep black contrast utilizing Planar MicroGrid Shader, wide viewing angles without loss of brightness, the proprietary Planar EasyAlign Mounting System for precision alignment, and two levels of Z-axis adjustment to obtain a perfectly flat videowall. The modular nature of Planar DirectLight LED videowalls allows it to fit nearly any shape wall configuration, including portrait, landscape, square, and concave curves. It offers a slim profile that extends less than 4in. from the wall, making it compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA).
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