Peerless-AV’s Outdoor TVs Provide Weatherproof 4K Playback
The Peerless-AV UltraView is available in a choice of sizes, and includes features such as HDMI 2.0 and IPS panels designed for image fidelity in bright environments.
More about Peerless AV
Peerless AV Company Info
The new Peerless-AV UltraView UHD Outdoor TVs are built with versatility and performance in mind.
According to the company, the newest generation of its outdoor video solutions are engineered to provide quality 4K images in bright outdoor environments.
"Building off of the first iteration of the UltraView Outdoor TVs, we sought to create a solution that was exceptional for residential and light-commercial use," says Todd Mares, director of emerging technologies, Peerless-AV.
"The 4K resolution and weather-proof design enable even more flexibility in designing an outdoor space, as the TVs can withstand the elements and still provide incredible brightness and screen clarity [to] create an affordable and high-quality option."
Peerless-AV's newest outdoor televisions incorporate features such as HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 copyright protection. With the TVs' inclusion of HDMI 2.0, the products support the playback of native 4K content. It also enhances the viewing experience by utilizing TNI and IPS display panels designed to deliver vivid images in a variety of climate conditions, including bright sun.
Peerless-AV UltraView TVs More Than Seasonal Solutions
Built to serve as the center of entertainment for ski lodges in January and backyard pool parties in July, the UltraView UHD Outdoor Televisions can withstand temperatures ranging from -22 degrees to 122 degrees.
The outdoor 4K TVs also employ an aluminum construction designed to endure weather conditions like snow, wind, and rain, as well as common outdoor irritants like dust and insects.
Available in a choice of 49, 55, and 65-inch screen sizes, the TVs are designed to eliminate the need to replace filters, providing integrators with a choice of maintenance-free outdoor TV products.
The Peerless-AV UltraView UHD Outdoor TVs are also compatible with today's modern control and automation systems, giving the products even more flexibility.
Peerless-AV UltraView UHD Specs
- All three outdoor televisions produce resolutions of 3840 x 2160 and are rated to produce brightness levels as high as 500cd/2
- Inputs include HDMI 2.0, DisplayPort, coax TV input, VGA 15-pin D-Sub, 3.5mm analog audio, USB 2.0 female type A
- Control options include RS-232, 3.5mm IR extender and 12-volt output trigger
- 400 x 400 VESA mounting pattern
- Color temperature adjustments include cool, normal and warm
- Refresh rate of 60Hz and response time of 8ms
- Contrast ratio of 1,100:1, and they provide a horizontal/vertical viewing angle of 178 degrees
7 Clever Ways to Hide Home Technology - CE Pro Download
Most technology products are not that visually appealing. Black boxes and tangled wires do not add to the character of a high-end smart home project. Luckily, our integrator readers have a number of clever solutions so these components don’t have to be visible in your next project.
Bob is an audio enthusiast who has written about consumer electronics for various publications within Massachusetts before joining the staff of CE Pro in 2000. Bob is THX Level I certified, and he's also taken classes from the Imaging Science Foundation (ISF) and Home Acoustics Alliance (HAA). Bob also serves as the technology editor for CE Pro's sister publication Commercial Integrator. In addition, he's studied guitar and music theory at Sarrin Music Studios in Wakefield, Mass., and he also studies Kyokushin karate at 5 Dragons in Haverhill, Mass. Have a suggestion or a topic you want to read more about? Email Robert at email@example.com
Follow Robert on social media:
Home TheaterHow Osbee Conquers Complicated, High-End, Super-Custom, Home-Tech Integration Biz
Alexa, Meet Bose: In-Depth Review of Bose’s New Smart Speaker System
Product Briefs: Z-Wave Gecko; RTI QMotion Driver; Centralite Alexa Certified; Crestron Showroom
WiSA’s Big Comeback? LG Plans Big OLED Panels Meant for Wireless Atmos and DTS:X Channels
Paul Hales of Pro Audio Technology Points Out the Risks Associated with Automated EQ
View more on Home Theater