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iCATCHER BRINGS SPORT INTO THE DIGITAL AGE WITH MULTI-PURPOSE SIGNS
With iCATCHER specially designed iCATCHING digital signs, local sporting clubs now enjoy the luxury of having state-of-the-art scoreboard and messaging functions, with instant updating and easy to use controls.
iCATCHER signs bring the game directly to members, players and spectators, helping to create that big match atmosphere. Crowd involvement and excitement depends on real time information, and iCATCHER signs deliver a whole new level of involvement and participation.
Working with iCATCHER, you have a totally customer-focussed organisation as your communications partner, a full solution provider helping you achieve reliable, responsive and innovative results.
What is Pixel pitch commonly referred to as P10 or P5, P4, P6 etc.
Pixel pitch describes the density of the pixels (LED clusters) on an LED display and correlates with resolution. Sometimes referred to as pitch or dot pitch, the pixel pitch is the distance in millimeters from the center of a pixel to the center of the adjacent pixel.
The lower the pixel pitch, the closer a viewer can stand to your display and still have a great resolution. … A NanoLumens 114? display with a 4mm pixel pitch (P4) uses 247,760 pixels, where as a 6mm (P6)LED display of the same size uses 96,000. The more LED clusters in your display, the higher your expense.
- Auto programable
- Video capability
- Easy to use software wifi capability
- 12 months warranty
- Double sided
Signage policies vary from shire to shire, so you may need council approval for your new sign. iCATCHER offers a qualified town planning service to assist with your application at no extra cost.