Aquavision intros new slim, splashproof TV lineup

posted on Tuesday, 27th November 2012 by David Slater

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Specialty television supplier Aquavision has released details of a range of versatile new screens which will make their debut at ISE 2013. The new line opens up a raft of install possibilities for bathrooms, kitchens and bedrooms.

A line of ultra-thin panels will debut under the Interiors label. For kitchens, there's a 19-inch model which measures 600mm, the same width as a typical kitchen cabinet; it simply slots into a standard unit space.  It'll be joined by 19- and 26-inch ultra slim door LED TVs, which have a panel depth of just 15mm which can be installed directly into cabinet doors. These door screens have a separate power supply and tuner module which needs to be accommodated elsewhere.

The Interior range will be available in S- (standard) and A-type (high-end) grades, the latter with RS232 and an audio output.  All feature heated panel technology to prevent misting-up, plus a DVB-T terrestrial digital TV tuner, pair of HDMI inputs, Scart and IR I/O. Joining the Interiors models are Slimline 19- and 26-inch sets. 26mm deep, they've been designed to fit into prebuilt furniture, such as sliding wardrobe doors.

For bathrooms Aquavision will introduce the Vani-TV, a 19-inch waterproof LED screen which can be either flush or surface mounted behind the new MirrorVision Chrome fascia. When not in use, the glass functions as a regular 1000 x 600mm bathroom mirror. The company is also planning to expand its waterproof Frameless range at ISE. The new panels will come in 32- and 40-inch screen sizes (joining the current 19- and 26-inch models), and are designed for bathroom retailers, hotel and new build markets. The sets ship in black, white or MirrorVision finishes. 

Also on display at ISE will be Aquavision's popular Series 4 models. These 1080p panels support  RS232 and IR integration with most popular home automation systems.  Finished with a polished stainless steel surround, the panels are heated, making them suitable for bathrooms, showers and wet rooms.

Integrated Systems Europe 2013 will be held at the Amsterdam RAI, January 29-31.
For more information on Aquavision visit www.aquavision.tv.

Also read:
Aquavision introduces larger waterproof TVs
ISE 2013: What you need to know

 

 

 

David Slater

David Slater started his writing career with SVI writing a popular column, he has also guested on publications like Home Cinema Choice and
Living North

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