Training

ABSEN ACE Training

In order to introduce and deepen the practical and theoretical understanding of our award winning Absen LED products, Absen has created its highly popular ACE training programmes.

The letters ACE stand for Absen Certified Engineer.

On the last day of training, all trainees will take both written and hands-on tests in order to be eligible for an ACE training certificate.  

The technical training consists of lectures and hands-on exercises covering control software operation, brightness, and color calibration, soldering, troubleshooting, and more.

Taking part in the basic ACE training is free of charge, participants do however have to pay for their own food, transportation and accommodation.

The next official ACE training sessions will be held in our Absen HQ in Ruesselsheim on the following dates:

26/27th of September 2016

and

29/30th of September 2016

If you are interested in attending one of these two day sessions (they both cover the same material), please send an email to the following email address:

Frank.zhang@absen.com

Screen Calculator

Use our Online LED Screen calculator to calculate product specific LED display setup sizes and related product parameters.

How can we be of service?

If you have any questions regarding our products and relateds topics, do not hestitate to contact us. Our team of Absen LED specialists would love to hear from you.

Give us a call +49 6142 789 35 0
Send us an e-mail europe@absen.com
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Technical Support

Our LED specialists have proven themselves in the last 15 years to be well trained, professional and to represent our core values.

Whether a LED screen based project question has to do with a fixed installation, an outdoor rental screen, an indoor event, our extensive and award winning indoor and outdoor LED product portfolio means that our support colleagues are prepared for just about any possible scenario.

Award winning technology

Our award winning LED technology is simple to install, tough and can be easily repaired, unlike LCD monitors that need to be completely replaced upon breakdown.