HILLSIDE, NJ, JANUARY 7, 2008 — Wireworks Corporation, the leading innovator of audio/video cabling systems, has provided Audio Logic Systems, an audio, video, and lighting installation integrator; with an avenue to display its identity through Wireworks Custom LumaVue Panels and Plates. Audio Logic utilized the panels on several commercial and home theater installs as both connection panels and identification plates.
Ideal for a wide range of applications within the AV industry, the new, first-to-market, custom panels can be rear illuminated for instant identification and are the perfect solution for use in a wide range of locations where there is limited visibility. Design possibilities for Wireworks‘ LumaVue Custom Panels and Plates are unlimited and can include company name and logo for a more personalized look.
Utilizing this personalized service from Wireworks, Audio Logic recognized the value in identifying and branding installations that it was intricately involved in to include its company logo and contact information onto the plates. Installs located throughout Minnesota, such as the Plymouth Covenant Church, St. John’s Lutheran Church and Grace Lutheran Church, have all benefited from the Wireworks LumaVue connection and switch panels, while affording Audio Logic the ability to brand its jobs. In addition, Audio Logic has used the customized panels on several high-end home theater installs.
“Wireworks LumaVue panels are a great way to be acknowledged on the job site,” said Jason Kartak, installation manager. “The back-lit feature increases visibility and convenience, giving us an opportunity to promote our work.”
In addition to connection and switch panels, LumaVue Custom Panels and Plates can be used for diagrams of any kind, providing maximum electrical isolation between connectors. Available in a variety of sizes and shapes, including standard gang plates, wall plates and rack panels, LumaVue is suitable for interface panels of any kind. It is available in either 1/8″ or 1/4″ thickness to fit individual requirements. UV stabilized for outdoor use, Wireworks‘ LumaVue features non-metallic cell cast acrylic, which provides maximum durability.
Panels are rear engraved so its markings cannot be marred or destroyed. The engraving is readable and visible on its own, even without the use of rear illumination. The panels will not rust or tarnish and are offered in 10 high impact colors to match or contrast the venue‘s décor. Colors include red, burgundy, blue, navy, almond, white, grey, black, gold and silver. Panels are also available in gloss or matte with no glare finish.
About Audio Logic
For 16 years Audio Logic Systems has integrated audio, video, and lighting with the needs of its clients in mind. Whether it is an event that needs production support, a new building that requires an A/V system, or simply recommending and purchasing equipment, Audio Logic Systems can assist customers in reaching their goals. By combining experience in design, installation, sales, and live production, Audio Logic will accommodate personal needs with a unique perspective.
For over 30 years, Wireworks has been the trusted name in audio and video cabling industry: trusted for their design, innovation, manufacturing quality and customer service. For more information, visit www.wireworks.com or call 1-800-642-9473.
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