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Sign and Digital 2017 – Lighting

Applelec’s mini for maximum effect

SloanLEDPrismMini from Applelec

Applelec will be launching the new Prism Mini LED module from SloanLED on Stand L14, alongside a new Textile Frame solution for flex-face lightboxes.

The company, which recently became an official UK distributor for the American LED systems manufacturer SloanLED, will be focusing exclusively on the SloanLED product range at the exhibition.

The new Prism Mini LED module has been created for use in shallow built-up letters with an optimal depth of 50-100mm. Adopting the same innovative lens technology as Sloan’s revolutionary Prism module, launched just 12 months ago, Prism Mini uses a series of micro-prisms to direct light instead of a frosted lens. At just 25x18x11mm in size, it fits into all the tight spots that the standard Prism module can’t reach. Prism Mini is supplied complete with SloanLED’s five-year warranty as standard.

Applelec’s stand will also feature a large format, textile faced lightbox to demonstrate the new Textile Frame system with illumination from SloanLED’s PosterBOX 3 modules. Recently selected by Nebula Creative for an installation at the first direct arena in Leeds, the PosterBOX 3 system requires just two rows of facing modules to illuminate across a distance of three metres, which significantly reduces LED installation time.

The full package from Clarity LED

LED screen
led screen shopping
 led poster

For over 10 years, Clarity LED has sold and rented a range of high resolution LED screen-based products, which use software that it has developed in house, for use in a wide range of applications, including exhibitions, events and retail display.

In addition the company also offers a unique in-house digital signage product, which enables users to easily update and manage the content displayed on the screen.

Clarity LED will be exhibiting on Stand E64

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