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www.avmltd.co.uk + Post-install This service is chargeable.


System sign-off For all supplied systems, we will run through a series of test criteria and check lists to make sure the installation meets your required standards. Your warranty will begin once the site is certified as complete.


Distribution With A Difference Training


We can provide you with full training on the installed video wall system, including any components supplied as part of the signal management/video processing.


Commissioning, testing and certification Once the wall is built the system will be tested, calibrated and certified for use.


Content provision


Working with our approved partners Amigo, we can provide full content provision for your video wall application. The service includes a site consultation visit, discussion with your customer and a tailored quotation. Site meeting and consultation is free.


SLA


We can provide Service Level Agreements on our video walls including back up provision with fixed response times.


LCD cleaning service for all LCD projectors


Whether you bought your projector from AVM or not, we can offer you three options to help you control the cost of keeping your LCD projectors clean and the image looking its best


Description


Prism and Pre Poloriser Clean Firmware Updates Brightness Report Optical Clean


Filter Replacement Fans Cleaned


Chassis Strip Down Convergence Aligned


Example pricing for 7000 lumens projector Example pricing for 10000 lumens projector


Please call us for a bespoke quotation for your projector Prism and Pre Poloriser Clean


LCD Prism block and optical filters are removed, cleaned and reinstalled. This removes the majority of dust build up on LCD optical engines which shows up as colour hues to the image.


Firmware updates Firmware is checked and updated to manufacturer recommendations.


Brightness Report We will take before and after light output measurements so you can clearly see the difference our work has made to your projector.


Optical Clean


There are up to 16 different optical lenses, filters and mirrors excluding the Prism assembly. Each one is inspected and cleaned. Dust in this area reduces overall light output so optical clean is a good way of restoring the projector’s brightness.


Filter replacement


Filters need regular maintenance and are often overlooked but they are essential to maintain good clean air quality thorough your projector.


Chassis strip Down


Stripping the projector down to bare component often locates fragments of glass or other contaminants that can cause intermittent fan failures etc. Ideal where lamp explosions have taken place.


Fans Cleaned


All fans are carefully cleaned and tested for vibration and replacements are advised accordingly. Dirt on fan blades can add vibrations to images and contribute to dust being blown around within the projector.


Convergence Aligned


Convergence of the LCD panels is checked on all levels and any needed alignment is completed under our Gold Service plan. A projector that is out of convergence will show three distinct colours instead of white which results in a soft and blurry image. Some models have fixed alignment LCDs which are not adjustable. Your technician will advise if this is the case.


BRONZE ✔ ✔ ✔ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖


2 hours n/a


SILVER ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✖ ✖ ✖ ✖


4 hours n/a


GOLD ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔ ✔


6 hours 8 hours


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