Electro-Mech Scoreboard Company has been manufacturing quality scoreboards for sale since 1963 in Wrightsville, GA.
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Why pay more and get less? Electro-Mech is a premier scoreboard manufacturer. For over 45 years Electro-Mech has had one goal, "We want you, our customer, to get the best value and be happy with your purchase for years to come". There are many companies offering so called discount scoreboards. When you buy scoreboards, their prices are dependent on what it costs to build it and how much that cost is marked up before you buy. We do not cut corners on quality to sell cheap scoreboards. We design state of the art scoreboards using top quality materials. We keep our prices low by manufacturing in volume. You may find less expensive discount scoreboards, but do you really want to sacrifice quality? Give one of our sales coaches a call. We will make your new scoreboard purchase a success.
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The next era of electronic scoreboards is upon us in a big, big way. Football scoreboards, basketball scoreboards and baseball scoreboards have all recently torn a page out of what has been a must-have at fans' houses for year: high definition screens. With technology, definition and size that are so incredible they threaten to overtake the game being played, these high definition screens are the most advanced displays in the world.
The next era of electronic scoreboards is upon us in a big, big way. Football scoreboards, basketball scoreboards and baseball scoreboards have all recently torn a page out of what has been a must-have at fans’ houses for year: high definition screens. With technology, definition and size that are so incredible they threaten to overtake the game being played, these high definition screens are the most advanced displays in the world.
What is the one thing that Yankee fans are sure to notice when they settle into their new, wider seats at the brand new stadium of the beloved Bronx Bombers? No, it’s not the sushi food carts, the wider pavilions or even the overhauled Monument Park. It is the massive Mitsubishi-designed 1080p high definition screen that covers one quarter of the outfield. The screen, the biggest in the world at the moment, measures 103 feet wide by 58 feet high and has almost 9 million embedded LEDs (light emitting diodes) stuffed into its 6,000 square foot frame. On this baseball scoreboard screen, fans can follow player introductions, replays, and all types of crystal-clear, in-game entertainment from any seat in the park.
The saying everything is bigger in Texas is just about to add one more enormous example when the new $1 billion Dallas Cowboys stadium opens to fans this fall. There, hanging above the field, will be the largest high definition screen in the world. It is 160 feet wide and 72 feet high, with over 10 million LEDs. For Cowboys-owner Jerry Jones who wanted the best of the best, the high definition football scoreboard screen was central to his vision. From the screen, he said, the fan can see the whole story from locker room injuries; to highlights beamed, edited in a studio and beamed back for instant viewing; to, most importantly, not being able to avoid the advertising mixes into his media show.
Already part of some professional basketball scoreboads, college football and other NFL arenas, high-def screens are expected to integrate into soccer scoreboards and hockey scoreboards in the near future as well. This high definition wave continues what has already become the dominance of the LED display on all scoreboards. Inherently better than incandescent bulbs in almost every category, LED has revolutionized everything from power consumption, visibility, cost and the quality of entertainment and information the fan receives attending the biggest to the smallest sporting events.
The most important question for any fan when it comes to scorboards is: can I see the screen from where I am sitting? Whether it is indoor scoreboards or outdoor scoreboards, with LED technology the answer is always yes. The most basic different between today’s LED displays and the old bulb displays are the total upgrade to the numbers on the scoreboard. Those loosely joined together, hard-to-make-out circles have been replaced instead by the solid-state technology of LED lines that clearly represent the digits. Next, the color of the LEDs are a super-bright red or amber that is easily visible either inside or outside and they can be dimmed at a moment’s notice to account for any change in lighting. Because of the scalability of LED, the size of the numbers on a scoreboard can be up to 3 feet without losing any clarity. The viewing angle for scoreboards has also been increased to as much as 100 degrees of horizontal visibility–enough so that the display is comfortably viewed by fans in any seat.
The state of the art in scoreboard technology also extends to the unseen parts of the display. The computer processors that came of age in the 1980s and the wireless improvements from earlier this decade have been integrated into the scoreboard for incredible effects. Now the major functions of a scoreboard: the score, crowd noise, excitement and advertising can all be controlled wirelessly and adapted in real time with programming that is customized to that moment. Arenas not only show replays but can instantly include camera downloads, DVDs, and all kinds of internet content including JPEG formats. All of this is now controlled and reviewed by scoreboard operators on LCD devices or their own PDAs.
Probably the best feature of any technology is the cost savings which broadens its availability to the masses. The development of LED scoreboards is no exception. With the cost reductions achieved in LED technology, the great experience of large professional sports can be emulated by even small high school sport programs. With low replacement costs–LEDs have a rated life of 100,000 hours–and energy consumption of less than a third of traditional incandescent bulbs, today’s technological advancements in scorebords can provide short and long term benefits.