PPDS unveils ‘zero-power’ digital signage series


PPDS, the exclusive global provider of Philips professional displays and solutions, has unveiled a range of full-size and full-colour, ‘zero-power’ Philips Tableaux advanced colour ePaper (ACeP) signage displays. Each can deliver 24/7 content, while running entirely unplugged, on zero power.

Unveiled on Philips’ booth at ISE 2023, these Philips Tableaux displays from PPDS mark the introduction of a new product category into its portfolio of professional displays.

The 60,000-colour (including blue) ePaper signage solutions are designed to deliver benefits including cost and energy savings for customers operating in a variety of verticals, including public spaces, such as stadiums and arenas.

Available in 25in 16:9, and 28in 32:9 stretched variants at launch, Philips Tableaux displays are a solution for businesses looking for easily updatable Android SoC displays.

The Tableaux range will show content without even being plugged in or using power at all. The displays only require connection to an electricity source when content is being updated, and immediately revert to zero power upon completion. Content updates can be managed manually, or entirely remotely using PPDS’ in-house or third-party professional display control and management platforms. The Philips Tableaux Series will also soon be compatible with the PPDS Wave cloud-based fleet management platform, designed and built exclusively for Philips professional displays.

PPDS has already received “significant” interest and orders from around the world, including for customers in the retail, corporate, hospitality, food and beverage, public spaces, transportation and healthcare sectors, following a global pre-launch at its Global Access: Future Tech showcase ahead of ISE. Further Philips Tableaux display sizes will be added in the coming months.

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