Get noticed with these full-height digits.
Daktronics comprehensive line of Fuelight™ gas price displays are specifically designed for the petroleum industry with high-contrast, full-height, broad-stroke digits that provide clear and highly legible fuel prices. The displays feature energy-efficient LED technology with outstanding visibility and impressive viewing angles. The groundbreaking Fuelight 3000 series drop-in petroleum price display has fully sealed digits, components, and connectors provide uninterrupted performance, even in harsh weather. Fuelight 3000 displays create a better view response because of the wide-stroke, full-height digits that fill the display cabinet.
- Available in red, amber, or green
- Fully sealed digits, components, and connectors provide complete weather protection.
- Wide-stroke, full-height digits create a better view response.
- Digits are highly legible, even in direct sunlight.
- Programmable font options offer style choices.
- Fuelink™ 3 controller makes price changes quick and easy.
- Auto-addressing also speeds up installation.
- Choose from these sizes: 8", 12", 16", 18", 24", 30", 36", or 48"
New Add-On Cash/Credit Display
Add a cash/credit display to your signage to advertise different prices for different types of fuel payments. Give your customers an incentive to pay with cash, which can help you save money on credit card fees. Three standard messages are available: "Cash," "Credit," and "Debit."
Promote our new Cash/Credit LED display to the convenience stores in your area. This display can significantly lower a fuel retailer’s interchange fees and increase their profits. How?
The Cash/Credit LED display, when used with Fuelight™ petroleum price displays, shows three fuel prices depending on the payment method: “Cash,” “Credit,” and “Debit.” When customers notice the rates, they will pay by cash or debit for discount prices.
The effectiveness of this new display to help c-stores to be more profitable is evident according to a recent National Association Convenience Stores (NACS) survey. The February 3, 2014,Fuel Marketer News published the survey data that says:
- 66% of customers will pay cash to save 5 cents/gallon.
- 78% are ready to change from using credit cards to debit cards.