LITTLE FERRY, N.J., Oct. 14 /PRNewswire/ -- Adtronic announced today that their LED Programmable Signs will save companies energy while increasing revenue by attracting more customers. With more features and high quality LEDs, Adtronic's LED Programmable Signs will set the new industry standard.
"LED programmable signs are the new mainstream in advertising signage solutions. The size of LED market is increasing annually and we are proud to offer these high quality LED signs to customers," says Harry Rhim, CEO of SYNET USA, a distributor of Adtronic LED products in the States. "Their combination of features, user-friendliness, and high quality make them winners."
The LED Programmable Signs can be controlled by a remote controller and PC, which allow consumers to easily modify and control the LED Signs. They allow users to display images (Bmp and Jpeg), animation clips (GIF), and various text effects. These varieties of options will increase the effectiveness of advertisements significantly. In order to abide by different electric signage laws in different states, Adtronic's products allow users to set text display duration time and many other features. You can also display two lines on one module that can be useful when users want to convey more messages. This combination of features and functions are unique in the programmable LED sign market.
The quality of LEDs is the most important aspect of LED signs, and Adtronic's LEDs provide up to 50,000 hours of life, low energy consumption, offers variety of fonts, and they also have exceptional brightness that will certainly draw people's attention, even during the daytime.
Adtronic's LED Programmable Signs are distributed by SYNET, located in Little Ferry, New Jersey. LED Programmable Signs are introduced for the first time at the IT Channel USA Conference 2010 held at DoubleTree Hotel Fort Lee, NJ USA on October 11-13, 2010, organized by SYNET and sponsored by Korea IT Research Institute (KITRI).
SYNET is a New Jersey-based professional sales and marketing firm focused on establishing and promoting strategic partnerships between the North American Market and prospective Korean IT companies, and providing them with the fastest gateway to successfully penetrate the North American market.