Aquavision launches outdoor televisions

Award winning TV manufacturer Aquavision, has launched a range of outdoor televisions which will withstand nearly all extreme weather conditions.  The waterproof Horizon televisions are based on the established Nexus+ and Elite 4K range, and are available in four sizes, 32”, 42”, 55”, 65” and 85”.  The anti-reflective LED screens provide extremely high quality pictures and brightness – ensuring optimum viewing even in the brightest sunshine.

The new range of outdoor televisions has been introduced just in time for summer and will be ideal to watch by the swimming pool, on the patio, in the garden or even on the boat.  The VESA mount televisions are packed with features such as IP control, DVB-T2/S2 receivers and two HDMI and USB inputs. RS232, IP and discrete IR control are standard and IP65 rating ensures the sets are fully protected against water, dust, sand, moisture and insects. The Horizon televisions are fully compatible with all leading control systems and will be able to handle temperatures of -40° and up to 110° C without any problems.

Alastair Benn, managing director at Aquavision commented: ‘We’ve been developing this outdoor range for a while and are really excited about the Horizon.  It combines much of the technology from our top of the range in-wall sets with the added benefits of the ultra high brightness levels of 350-2500cd/m2.

All Aquavision televisions are manufactured in the company’s own factory in the UK and carry a two year in-home warranty as standard (in the UK).

Aquavision televisions has just (May 2017) been awarded the Best Integrated TV/Display of the Year at the prestigious 2017 Smart Building Awards.  The award was for the ConnectTV Active module which enables the television to control all signals (including HDMI) and power via a single Cat5 or greater cable using HDBaseT.

For more information visit www.aquavision.net

 

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