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ASA Electronics Debuts Bus Upgrade Kit

Posted on June 8, 2010

The Jensen JEBUSRS Upgrade Kit enables bus fleets and installers to easily switch out older factory CRT monitors and replace them with slim line Jensen JE1029BVM 10.2-inch LCD flat panel monitors.

ELKHART, Ind. -- ASA Electronics, a global maker and supplier of mobile audio and video equipment, has introduced the Jensen JEBUSRS, a next generation bus monitor retrofit kit, to the bus industry.

The Jensen JEBUSRS Upgrade Kit enables bus fleets and installers to easily switch out older factory CRT monitors and replace them with sleek and slim line Jensen JE1029BVM 10.2-inch LCD flat panel monitors. The monitors included in this kit offer improved wide and low viewing angles so passengers can have a great view no matter where they sit on the bus, even when riders are seated directly under the monitor or off to the side. They also provide sharper picture images, reduced glare and no color distortion. 

The process of changing out older CRT monitors is made extremely easy when installing the Jensen JEBUSRS Upgrade Kit. All assembly functions can be performed with a #2 Phillips screwdriver and can even use the existing system wiring. Each monitor is enclosed in a supportive, custom cover to hide harness connections.

Information and sales: Kingston Sales at (866) 733-2820; Ward Electronics at (800) 695-1670; ABC Companies' Parts; ASA Electronics at (866) 688-3135. 

Related Topics: bus accessories, entertainment electronics, gadgets, onboard amenities, onboard video, Vivid Video

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