Slimline public displays with LED backlight for industrial applications

15 APRIL 2011

DSM Computer’s professional 140 cm (55 inch) ABLE Public Display 96T5522 has a maximum depth of 46 mm and weighs only approx. 29 kg. This makes the slimline display system ideally suited for digital signage applications for which an attractive design and a very small installation depth are important criteria. The large-area display can also be mounted on lightweight walls, in the similar manner as pictures and posters. The slim-line display has a high-quality TFT panel with an energy-saving Edge LED backlight. The screen is currently available in two sizes, one with a diagonal of 140 cm (55 inch) and the other with 117 cm (46 inch). Both high-quality monitors provide full HD resolution with 1920 x 1080 pixels and a particularly large color depth of 1.07 billion colors with a picture refresh rate of 120 Hz. The high brightness 450 cd/m2 (typical) and a large viewing angle of 178 degrees make the high-gloss panels particularly suitable for daylight applications. The maximum contrast for the 140 cm variant (96T5522) is 5000:1 and for the 117 cm variant (96T4622) 4000:1. The LCD panel is characterized by a typical response time of 5.5 ms.
The slimline display is controlled by an analog/digital video interface with analog RGB VGA input and DVI-D digital input. The S-Video and the component video input are compatible to PAL, SECAM and NTSC.

DSM Computer GmbH

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