Bristol Township, located in southeastern Pennsylvania, recently replaced its old wood-and-post panel signs with a new dynamic identification sign featuring an LED message display. The township will use the LED digital sign for special events, amber alerts and news to keep the community updated and involved.
KC Sign & Awnings and Langhorne, Pa.-based Armour & Sons Electric partnered to provide the sign. KC Sign & Awnings built the complete identification sign featuring a Phoenix full-color LED display from Corona, Calif.-based Vantage LED. The company also provided on-site setup and training. Armour & Sons was responsible for the installation.
"We were extremely pleased to partner with Armour & Sons Electric to help bring Bristol Township into the modern age with a new Vantage LED display," said Bill Clark Jr. of KC Sign & Awnings, Aston, Pa.
Now, the residents will be updated 24 hours a day and become engaged in community events and local fundraisers, as well as alerted of special notices. The energy efficient LED display can be easily updated by the township's computer through a wireless data connection.
The Vantage LED features the Darwin industrial control unit that can handle demanding high-resolution video and graphics, according to the company. The township controls the LED display using LightSpeed software, which the company said is user friendly yet packed with advanced features.
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