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Moving Message Board




Moving message boards are used in the areas where continuous announcements, or other information are need to be displayed in to either indoor or outdoor. Used most widely in churches, schools, airports, other transport stations, banks, production and administration department of organization as marquee information billboards.

Moving message boards uses the technology of LED which stands for light emitting diode. With the power of LED's, you can have a renewable advertisement that is not limited to a single declaration. Boards are easily programmable, meaning you can display anything you want at any time you wish with different scrolling options.

One need not to have high knowledge to operate these electronic boards. As they are accepted with high demand all over the world, the manufacturers are being pushed to created signs that are more user- friendly.

Moving message boards can be controlled remotely via usual methods when connected to personal computers or to any other source. In addition it is also possible to use an infra red keyboard to control the boards, which gives immediate results.

New technology allows these electronic signs to be operated from an almost every sources. Fibre optic networks and tcp/ip , private newswires, radio, pagers and some cellular phones can all be used to operate electronic displays.

Most importantly, these boards are used as "silent sales man". They can be programmed to automatically be switched on and off given a time frame. Thus they become easy to use and with no maintenance cost.

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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