Integrating a high-quality TFT panel with an energy-saving Edge LED backlight, the ABLE public display from DSM Computer is offered 140 cm (96T5522) and 117 cm (96T4622) variants, offering 5000:1 and 4000:1 contrast respectively. The 140 cm model has a 46 mm maximum depth and weighs 29 kg. Both monitors provide full HD resolution with 1920 x 1080 pixels and offer a color depth of 1.07 billion colors with a 120 Hz picture refresh rate. Their 450 cd/m² typical brightness and 178º viewing angle make them suitable for daylight applications. The LCD panel is characterized by a 5.5 ms typical response time. The display is controlled by an analog/digital video interface with analog RGB VGA and DVI-D digital inputs. The S-Video and the component video input are compatible with PAL, SECAM and NTSC. The OSD can be operated with a remote controller, a keyboard or from the RS232 interface. In addition to PIP (Picture-in-Picture) and PAP (Picture-and-Picture), a zoom function is also supported. The following connections are provided: display port, two HDMI, DVI-D, VGA, audio in (PC), component video and audio, S-Video and RS232C. Whereas the 96T5522 also provides an S-PDIF Out, RS485 In and Net2Uart interfaces, the smaller system also has a Line Out connection in addition to a LAN connection. Because DVI Looping is supported as an option, as many as 12 monitors can be connected together to form a video wall. The public display is mounted in a high-quality, anthracite-colored industrial housing with table base. A wall-mounting bracket for installation using VESA screw connections can be supplied as an option. The large-display system can be operated in portrait or landscape format and runs without a fan within the temperature range of 0 to 35 °C. On request, the display can be fitted with two 10 W loudspeakers. The input voltage range lies between 100 and 240 V (50/60 Hz). The display system is for digital signage applications. The large-area display can also be mounted on lightweight walls, in the similar manner as pictures and posters.
Edited by: Teoman Tugsuz