The new additions to the FusionMAX line include pixel pitches of 1.2, 1.5, and 1.9 mm
Primeview Global has launched a new generation of the company’s FusionMAX narrow pixel pitch LED video wall systems, including pixel pitches of 1.2, 1.5, and 1.9 millimeters that are now completely portable. As sports venues, government and corporate end- users are increasingly adopting LED video technology as a viable alternative to LCD technology, this new product line brings an easy installation option to the market.
Today, a growing number of broadcasters are using high-resolution LED displays for press conferences instead of a static canvas. With superior color and clarity, LED is on trend to provide a more seamless approach with a click of a button.
“To capture a larger share of the growing high-resolution business, we’ve launched our new narrow pixel pitch product line to meet the needs of our customers in indoor applications,” said Shay Giuili, CEO and Founder of Primeview Global. “Leveraging the last 12 months of FusionMAX global deployments coupled with our 20 years of broadcast on-camera experience, these products are the first from a broader initiative focused on narrow pixel pitch displays that demonstrate Primeview’s commitment to the future of this technology and what it provides for our customers.”
With this new offering, Primeview has developed a new portability factor for an easier and more service friendly installation. As with our UHD and FHD line of FusionMAX, the new FusionMAX2GO products are completely front-serviceable and cable-free. The 2GO solution now fits through doorways and elevators and also comes standard with a mechanical lift to adjust the height of the LED wall as well as a road-case for easy logistics.
Primeview and its nationwide FusionMAX elite partner ecosystem provide flexible solutions for any environment that deliver the best user experience. For best practices on FusionMAX and or FusionMAX2GO, our U.S. based partners currently include the following well recognized system integrators for sports Alpha Video, CV Lloyde, IVCI, MCA Communications and SKC Communications.