High Tech Scoreboard & Video Screen Keeps Hockey Fans Engaged & Entertained
Norwalk, CT (December 7, 2010) – The Muskegon Lumberjacks Hockey Team launched their 2010-2011 season in a newly renovated arena enhanced by video and information provided by a new, high-tech Fair-Play by Trans-Lux LED scoreboard system. Installed directly above center ice, the four-sided scoreboard displays extensive game stats and more, helping fans stay on top of the action. And to deliver a major-league impact, the new system also features a four-sided Trans-Lux TL Vision 10mm LED video display for showing instant replays, POV (point of view) shots, images from the “fan cams” and other promotional video content.
“The arena’s new Fair-Play scoreboard system, which replaces an older Fair-Play scoreboard, features state-of-the-art technology. The design of the combined scoreboard and video display offers an innovative approach for helping fans connect to the game and keeping them entertained,” said Jeff Reeser, National Sales Manager, Fair-Play. “Hockey and Fair-Play scoreboards are a great tradition in Muskegon and we are happy to carry on the custom.”
The four-sided HK-1870-4 Fair-Play scoreboard measures 5 feet high by 9 feet, 6 inches long and displays bright, distinct game information that is easily read from any of the seats. Fans can track shots on goal, player penalty times and other pertinent information in addition to watching live action video on the 5 x 7 foot LED video displays. Along with the display’s advanced LED technology and high resolution capability, the 10mm pixel pitch design ensures that the video is crisp and clear right out to the edges.
The system was designed and installed by Architectural Systems Group, LLC, an authorized Fair-Play dealer.