digital signage

  1. CLIP-ON OR WALL MOUNTED - WHICH COVER IS BEST FOR YOU?

    CLIP-ON OR WALL MOUNTED - WHICH COVER IS BEST FOR YOU?

    The UNICOL PCL / PCP ‘clip on’ screen cover has been a standard product for many years and was initially designed for the pub and entertainment market when flat screens were introduced in the early 2000’s. Many screens were already installed either on walls or suspended from the ceiling and customers wanted an easily installed protective cover that would fend off glasses being thrown and liquid being spilt on the screen face. So a durable metal bezel was designed with a clear anti-shatter screen in 3 sizes to fit most displays in both landscape (PCL) and portrait (PCP) from 15” to 70”. The whole unit could be easily clipped over the top of the screen and secured underneath. The addition of anti-reflective, anti-shatter screen material made them useful in indoor daytime light conditions.

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  2. UNIVERSAL OR DEDICATED? WHY WE OFFER BOTH

    UNIVERSAL OR DEDICATED? WHY WE OFFER BOTH

    We take a look at why UNICOL offer both Universal and Dedicated options within their ranges and how that benefits you.

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  3. TAILOR MADE OUTDOOR HOUSINGS

    TAILOR MADE OUTDOOR HOUSINGS

    With digital signage continuing to expand across all market sectors there is the increasing issue of ensuring it is safe/durable in outdoor climates. This issue is compounded when you take into consideration the size of the screens often required for digital signage scenarios such as; advertising, sharing sporting events, acting as departure boards, rebrands and more. With large screens comes a high risk of accidental damage, dust, machinery spray, high / low temperature ranges and more – so how do you keep them safe?

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  4. 5 STEPS TO CHOOSING THE BEST MOUNT FOR YOUR SCREEN

    5 STEPS TO CHOOSING THE BEST MOUNT FOR YOUR SCREEN

    In a previous blog, we spoke about the universal VESA fixing standard that is a standard feature of all modern TV screens. In this blog, we look at the other aspects that need to be taken into consideration in order to ensure the mount you purchase will support your screen both safely and aesthetically.

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  5. EXPAND AND EXPLORE WITH UNICOL THIS ISE

    EXPAND AND EXPLORE WITH UNICOL THIS ISE

    British based AV mount manufacturer, UNICOL, are increasing their footprint at Integrated Systems Europe (ISE) this year. Located in Hall 1 on stand N120, guests will be able to explore and trial a wide range of new, standard and custom AV mounting solutions for the corporate, education, retail and transport sectors.

    Launching on the stand will be their latest product, the Vertislide Serviceable Cassette Mount. Designed so that users can securely, and tidily, store their devices behind the screen in a swap-in-swap-out cassette tray. Utilising the lockable drop down tray, users can efficiently and discreetly change, replace or upgrade old/broken devices without having to take the screen off the wall. Keeping the out-of-order time to an absolute minimum, whether situated in your boardroom, reception, classroom and more.

    Expanding on the Obelisk Digital Signage System (ODSS), UNICOL will be displaying an array of bespoke and custom dual column kiosk/totem

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  6. DISPLAYING YOUR INNER FOODIE

    DISPLAYING YOUR INNER FOODIE

    With the ongoing rise in digital signage on our high streets, it is no surprise that digital menu boards have also taken a leap in popularity. With approximately 74% of customers1 reporting that an easily read menu is their main priority, it’s vital that businesses get it right, especially in fast food restaurants where menus are viewed from afar. Digital displays allow businesses to experiment with sizes, content and layout with very little cost and in minimal time. In this scenario, content is vital as nearly 7 out of 10 customers purchase products or services because the signage caught their eye1. But how do you go about sharing your dynamic menu content with the customer?

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