Used A1088 | For Sale Item# 38058

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From 2011 includes quad flight case, signal processors, and cabling. Priced per unit. Minimum order of 43 units = $67,123 USD / €64.608 EUR

Quantity 43 (Minimum Order 43)
Condition Excellent / Few Scratches
Year 2011
Location Central America
Case Type Quad
Previous Use Rentals
Warranty 10 Day

Description

Used on various rentals.Maintained by in house technicians.

What's Included

(1) A1088
(1) Quad Flight Cases
(1) Signal Processors

(Unit Price)
$1,561 USD
(Unit Price)
€1.503 EUR
Financing Available
Minimum Order of 43 Units
(Price for 43 units)
$67,123
(Price for 43 units)
€64.608
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Product Information

A1088

A1088

Longer lifespan

Power consumption: 750W/m2(Max.), 250W/m2(Avg.)
Due to lower power consumption,the heat is cut down to 50%, therefore the screen's lifespan is 2 years longer than other common PH16 screens.

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