Display Solution Offers Samsung Display’s New Stretched PID Panel Series in 29 inch and 37 inch
Innovative next generation PID panels using native mask LCD glass sizes
The main benefits of these stretched PID panels are high product reliability for 24/7 operation, innovative design by using native mask LCD glass sizes as well as ultra-wide viewing angle and 110°C Tni.
The 29-inch 1920x540 is available in 500 cd/m² brightness (LTI290LN01) with a 1000 cd/m² brightness version coming within 2016. Both brightness versions have comparable outline dimensions and an aspect ratio of 32:9. The 37-inch 1920x540 is available in 700 cd/m² (LTI370LN01) and a 1500 cd/m² high brightness version will be launched b/Q4 2016. While conventional bar displays are made using machine cut LCD cells, Samsung’s stretched PID panels are made using a native cut cell. This gives the Samsung panels a significant improvement in quality for issues like broken glass or sealing, micro cracks, light leakage or failures due to transport and/or unsuitable packing.
Due to the unique design Samsung’s stretched PID panels are suitable for a range of different applications such as transportation (train or bus), digital signage, retail, kiosks and vending machines. Additional display kits can be provided by Display Solution.
Display Solution AG
Display Solution, based in Gilching, Bavaria, Germany, is a leading developer and marketer of customized LCD solutions for existing and future markets, combining leading-edge screen and electronic technologies. Products range from single components to complete system solutions built around TFT displays for commercial and industrial use with applications in such areas as digital signage, point-of-sale, point-of-information, automation, measurement engineering, medical instruments, and other mobile and embedded applications.
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