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Moving message Sign




Moving Message Signs are a unique, attention-grabbing way to communicate and motivate. They are used for eye-catching shop-front or under awning advertising, promotions of products or services, directing and/or welcoming customers, displaying safety and emergency information, directing customers to specific service areas or entrances etc.

Moving message signs need the most sophisticated software and hardware to enable them to make them active and run quickly. They are user friendly and easy to program a wide variety of text and graphics.

Programming important messages and changing them whenever you like using the handy wireless remote control is the most feasible feature with which custom requirements are satisfied. Special features include user programmable logos and graphics as well as variance in flashing effects and speed.

Jayex Technology provides standard range of moving message signs build to meet customer's requirements. Easy installation, wall mounting or any other options with handy accessories are the unique features of this company. Simple programming techniques via portable keyboard, or remotely by personal computer or modem are the added advantage.

The moving message signs comes in variety of range, that differ in size, height of character and color of the text or graphic to be displayed. Also multi color option can be chosen to make the screen more effective and eye-catching.

About The Author

Paula Jones

Jayex Technology Limited, based in London specialise in advanced information display systems. Established in 1978 we have pioneered the development of the LED display market and now have over 18,000 customers worldwide. We offer, probably the largest range of models from small single line signs to big screen Megavision screens that can display live video and action replay in stadia.

jayex.co.uk



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