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Watchfire Signs Unveils New FCC Emissions Guarantee

DANVILLE, IL–(Marketwired – May 15, 2017) – Following recent allegations of widespread and significant electromagnetic interference in the United States from imported digital signs and billboards, Danville, Ill.-based Watchfire Signs announced an FCC Emissions Guarantee for all its LED signs and digital billboards. The Watchfire FCC Emissions Guarantee states that any Watchfire product with a documented claim of electromagnetic interference will be remedied or the company will issue a refund to the buyer. “All sign models engineered and manufactured by […]

by John Weller· · Comments are Disabled · Digital Signs

Darrin Friskney on Digital Billboards and FCC Emmission Limits

Watchfire has published a white paper alleging that Asian manufactured LED signs and digital billboards are emitting electromagnetic interference at levels that dramatically surpass FCC limits.  Insider asked Watchfire Vice President Darrin Friskney about the issue. What are the FCC emission limits for digital signs and why are they important? LED signs generally fall under the emissions limits set forth in FCC Part 15 for Class A devices. When an LED sign exceeds emission levels, the electromagnetic noise the sign […]

by billboardinsider· · Comments are Disabled · Uncategorized