The company’s optional sign-on screen displays offer a range of convenience options that include: remote control, auto count, and text-to-speech capability. These display consoles are used by field reps and executives as well as by shop floor workers. An added benefit is that this option allows a customer to simply “click away” from the sign-on process without being interrupted. This eliminates the need to have an employee to stand by with a sign-on console while customers are waiting in line.
The Sharp PN-TC1 Optional Signage Controller is a fully optimized player that provides flawless 1080p high definition video resolution along with crystal clear touch sensitivity for multi-tasking usability. Depending on NVIDIA ION technology, the fully featured high definition computer is designed specifically for use with Sharp PN – E series LCD display panels located within the building identification signage. Built into the front panel of the unit is a fully swivel ergonomic retractable keyboard with fully programmable keys and mouse buttons. To accommodate the additional keyboard and mouse, two USB ports and a digital optical audio output port are also located within the body of the unit. The optional sign standards allow for a quick and easy transfer of information via voice recognition software.
In accordance with the building identification signage shall be provided with an optional front panel light kit. Some optional sign standards may use the optional front panel light kit. The light kit may be used to add additional visibility to an area where lighting may not be otherwise available. In certain areas, depending upon the sign design and the lighting available, there may be no other choice, but to place an optional sign in an area that requires full or part lighting. The light kit provides a bright, crisp appearance that will help identify your company logo, name, and other design elements clearly. This can be especially helpful when you are working on a budget.
Another optional element that is often included in building identification signage is a vehicular symbol display mounted on the rear of the unit. Many companies choose to mount this type of signage within their building identification signage. As a result, the vehicular signage is located within the building identification signage and the purpose of the signage is to provide directional signs to vehicles. For example, a building identification sign may display “cash at” or a “pay parking” sign, depending upon the nature of the business and the sign and the location within the building.
Some optional signage elements for campus identification signage may include: building name plates, building number plates, parking decals, and vehicle magnet plates. The installation of these vehicular directional signage panels is within the control of the sign company and signage company providing the campus identification signage. The magnets are typically made of durable non-toxic magnetic materials such as iron, aluminum, stainless steel, copper, brass, bronze, and zinc.
Finally, one other option for optional building and campus identification signage is to display interior door-to doorway interior door signage, which uses LED technology. This type of interior door-to-door signage is typically used to display promotional offers, greetings cards, direct mail offerings, etc. Additional popular interior door signage options include: digital wall clocks, magnetic signs, glass-panel displays, magnetic strips, and LCD displays. Therefore, no matter what your campus identity is, there are a variety of options available to display the information associated with that school, including: building information, school pictures, photos, etc.