55″ Industrial Display available with or without touchscreen.

Several build / mounting options.

 

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Description

The Technix T40 Industrial Display is a high specification, rugged 55” monitor designed and built in the UK.

The Technix range excels in build & picture quality and comes in a choice of mounting options and finishes. A choice of Touchscreen technologies ensures our robust, versatile Industrial Display is the ideal solution for a wide range of applications.

LCD 55" TFT LCD, LED Backlights.
Resolution 1920 x 1080 Full HD
Scan 50~75 KHz Horizontal, 48~62Hz Vertical
Viewing Angle H:178deg V:178deg
Display Area H1242 x V713mm
Colours 16.7 million
Brightness 700 cd/m2
Contrast 3500:1
Response Time 6.5ms
Inputs VGA, HDMI, Display Port
Power Supply 100~240vAC, Internal PSU. Optional 12, 24, 48v DC
Power Usage 190w max.
Operation Temperature -5~50degC
Approvals CE
Accessories User Manual, Power cable, VGA cable, drivers and interface cable for Touchscreen if applicable.
Touchscreen Options Projected Capacitive, USB or Serial Interface
Finish / Options Black, optional Stainless Steel or specified RAL colour.
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PM | Panel Mount: A Panel Mount LCD is a rugged, industrial display with an integrated front bezel. This type of display is front mounted into a housing, enclosure or workstation. The bezel has studs on the rear for fixing in position, you would need to ‘cut-out’ a hole in your housing to accept the rear of the display, the front bezel would then sit flush with the surface of your housing.

MC | Metal Cased: A rugged, fully housed industrial display. This build option has industry standard, rear mounted VESA studs, a versatile mounting system which allows the display to be positioned on a wide range of wall brackets or desk stands.

EC | Enclosed Chassis: Often referred to as Open-framed. An Enclosed Chassis LCD is a rugged, industrial display specifically designed for rear-mounting into a wide range of housings, enclosures or kiosks. This type of display is nearly always mounted from the rear. The display has brackets down either side to enable fixing into position and your housing/enclosure would require a ‘cut-out’ equal to the viewable area of the display.

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