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Durable, maintenance-friendly LED technology
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Good readability, even at night (automatic brightness regulation)
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Can be used as an addition to existing systems or as a complete system
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At least 20 (112 dots) or 24 (144 dots) characters per line (standard)
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Proportional writing with upper case and lower case letters, including short lengths, digits, pictograms
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IBIS interface for the connection to current onboard data and/or to the centralized or decentralized control unit
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Double tone gong when the name of the stop changes (can be switched off) or when „Vehicle stopping“ is required (optional)
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Light aluminum profile housing painted in the same color as the vehicle

Light-emitting diode technology has improved substantially in recent years. LEDs seem to be the electric light source of the future in many areas of life. They are already used in many applications of information displays in public transportation: Long service life, low current consumption and maintenance-free, these represent ideal requirements for the development of cost-effective and optically high-quality vehicle information systems. Such as with LED display systems from LAWO.

Depending on the resolution, LAWO LED displays can depict at least 20 or 24 characters in proportional text. Words and text can be written not only in capitals and also in large and small letters including undercasts. As an active, electronically controlled light source, LEDs are easy to read by day and night as the brightness of the LEDs is automatically adjusted to the ambient brightness. The font size of 48 mm also guarantees optimum readability from further away, such as in articulated buses or light rail vehicles. The writing „Vehicle stopping“ appears either alternately with the name of the stop on the LED display or as a separate rear-lit display to the right or left.

The displays are mounted either in the vehicle on the roof or in the so-called „tunnel“. Apart from the name of the stops, destination, direction, line number and time can also be displayed depending on the software. The display is controlled via the IBIS interface from the on-board computer or ticket printer and can also be integrated subsequently into existing passenger information systems. The answer is the same wherever supplements or alternatives to LCD, flip dot, or roller blind displays are required: LED displays from LAWO.

Detailed information about the LED interior displays from LAWO available by calling: Tel. +49-7222-1001-0
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