The Densitron exhibit at IBC 2019 will be full of human-oriented displays.
Densitron’s latest 7-inch and 10.1-inch display monitors continue the company’s reputation for reliability with a backlight half-life of 50,000 hours.
Densitron, the people who believe that “HMI” stands for “Human Machine Interaction” and adopt that philosophy to their unique monitor designs, will be bringing two new WUXGA display monitors for broadcast to their exhibit in the RAI Convention Center during IBC 2019.
Both will feature HDMI connectivity, in-plane switching, high contrast, 1200x1920 resolution, improved color saturation, a native four-lane MIPI interface, and single VDD power supply.
With a peak luminance of 450cd/m2 but yet adjustable brightness, the 7-inch version includes IPS technology that provides 80/80/80/80 symmetric viewing.
Its 10.1-inch larger brother provides peak luminance of 600cd/m2, adjustable brightness, as well as IPS technology that provides 85/85/85/85 symmetric viewing.
“We are launching these new displays because there is a distinct need for exceptional high-resolution and wide viewing angle displays for a number of applications that the market is not currently addressing,” Chris Goodhall, Densitron’s global business development director, said. “We are confident that these models will join the rest of our range as the best and most optically pristine high-performance displays of their size in the market.”
In addition, both models also provide the twin benefits of optical bonding with Projected Capacitive Touch (PCT) as standard. And, each are designed to operate continuously in “24/7” mode, with a backlight half-life of 50,000 hours, which comes out to approximately five years.
“Reliability and longevity are hallmarks of Densitron,” Goodhall added, “which has stood for quality for more than 45 years. By continually improving processes and technologies, we are able to introduce new monitors such as these that are built to, and beyond, the industry’s highest standards.”
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