TL Vision Video Board Highlights Sports and Educational Events at Private Institution
Norwalk, CT (August 24, 2011) â€“ Baldwin Wallace College in Berea, Ohio, now highlights sports and educational events on their newly installed large indoor video display by Fair-Play by Trans-Lux at the private, liberal arts-based, Methodist-related college just 20 minutes from Cleveland.
Sports Equipment Specialists (SES), an authorized Fair-Play by Trans-Lux reseller headquartered in West Cleveland, installed the 192×320-pixel TL Vision 10mm display and Proline video control. Before the installation, SES met with Baldwin Wallace College Athletic Director Kris Diaz numerous times to investigate replacing basketball and baseball scoreboards. The new TL Vision displays were just being introduced, and the college opted to invest in the new technology at an attractive price.
â€œThe versatility of Fair-Play by Trans-Lux displays makes them useful for a variety of indoor events,â€ said J.M. Allain, President & CEO of Trans-Lux Corp. â€œLocations like Baldwin Wallace College are realizing that our high resolution displays can provide additional promotional revenue, deliver important messaging, and add excitement to events of all kinds.â€
Fair-Play by Trans-Lux TL Vision indoor and outdoor large screen systems balance performance and efficiency by leveraging the latest developments in LED technology. A palette of trillions of colors creates images that can be seen in almost any lighting condition. Fair-Play by Trans-Lux LED systems are low-maintenance and offer interchangeable panels that can be conveniently replaced on-site.
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