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Protective Enclosures Company Expands its PRO Series of TV and Digital Display Enclosures

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[ALTAMONTE SPRINGS, FL – AUGUST 20, 2018] - Protective Enclosures Company is growing its extensive array of residential and commercial TV and digital display enclosures with the addition of three new sizes of The TV Shield PRO Portrait.

The vertical enclosure, first unveiled at InfoComm 2018, will soon be available in sizes ranging from 42 inches to 65 inches.

Actual sizes of the enclosures are 42-50 inches (will fit most 42” to 50“ displays), 52-55 inches (will fit most 52” to 55” displays) and 60-65 inches (will fit most 60” to 65“ displays).

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The TV Shield PRO Portrait (vertical orientation format) will be useful for businesses needing to display messaging such as sports stadiums, theme parks, menu boards at restaurants and on food trucks, manufacturing plants, flight messaging at airports, movie times at theaters and more.

"Customers have expressed a constant demand for a vertical version of the highly-popular The TV Shield PRO," said President Jarad King. "We’re always looking to grow and improve our product selection and strive to provide our customers with a complete line of enclosures through our latest innovations," he added.

The enclosure is weatherproof, secure and shatter-resistant. The unit and its aesthetically pleasing picture frame design can be integrated into any high-end environment and can accommodate any VESA pattern from 75x75 to 600x600 with depth and height adjustment.

In addition, the company also announced that it has updated its The TV Shield and The Display Shield series enclosures with a new interior TV and display bracket system (sizes 30” and above). The system reduces installation time, eliminates drilling and provides additional rigidity.

Those in attendance at CEDIA Expo 2018 in San Diego are encouraged to stop by Booth 2301 to see The TV Shield PRO Portrait and all of PEC’s TV and digital display enclosures. 


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