The main purpose of a high bright monitor is to maintain the clarity of the image and make the display sunlight readable.
- High brightness, clarity, image contrast and anti-reflective coating
- High throughput
- Low power consumption
- High sensor sensitivity
- Long service life
- Resistant to dirt and household chemical fluids
Supports several touches – multitouch.
The screen recognizes the touch of a finger and a special stylus, but does not respond to a pencil.
The sensor responds to a light touch and does not require any pressing force.
The main requirement for high-bright industrial monitors is a clear image with high contrast, which does not change under strong light or direct sunlight.
Excellent contrast ratio and clarity.
The brightness of the backlight improves the levels of color depth and provides better uniformity for all optical characteristics and visibility in bright sunlight.
High bright products are resistant to dirt and household chemical fluids. The working surface of the screen is not susceptible to corrosion or oxidation.
Water trapped on the work surface will not disable the screen, the screen will continue to work correctly when the moisture dries out or with it being removed.
In places with constant temperature fluctuations, where condensate can be formed, we recommend protecting the electronic part (controller, connectors) of the equipment.
Strong and reliable, resistant to mechanical stress. Touch technology is already under the protective glass. Even minor mechanical damages that can be on the working surface (scratches, abrasions) do not affect the operation of the equipment.
High throughput. Can be used by a huge number of users daily.
Anti-vandal glass is difficult to break. The projected-capacitive touch screen has triplex technology and already includes a protective glass. This type of technology does not require additional anti-vandal glass.
Wide operating temperature range. It can be used at any time of the year and in different environment conditions.
- outdoor and indoor kiosks
- transport and ticketing
- self-service systems
- computer systems
- parking systems
- oil & gas