Samsung 5.000 cd/m² Ultra High Brightness 46” PID Display

Super Hi-Brite Public Information Displays and complete Kits for Digital Signage and Retail applications

Samsung PID Information Displays für Videowalls
(PresseBox) ( Gilching, )
Brightness is taken to a new level with Samsung’s new 46” Ultra High Brightness PID Display LTI460HZ01. With an amazing 5.000 cd/m² it enables superior sunlight readability and exceeds existing Public Information Displays in large sizes by a significant factor. Previously shown only to selected customers on ISE in Amsterdam earlier this year now sample orders can be placed. Distributor Display Solution AG offers also complete Display-Kits with its in-house developed controller boards.

The Hi-Brite 46 inch FHD 1920 x 1080 resolution LCD panel comes with an extremely wide viewing angle of 178°/178°, a high speed response time of only 8ms and a high contrast ratio of 4.000:1. Operating in portrait and landscape mode and with a low power consumption the PID Displays perfectly matches the special requirements of modern Digital Signage applications in Retail, at Point-of-Purchase, Entertainment etc.

Placement of screens outdoor, or indoors in high-ambient light conditions, such near a window, has been the most challenging use of other panels in the past. The new Samsung 46” high brightness screen combats the effects of high ambient light and direct sunlight conditions by maintaining an excellent visible image.

LTI460HZ01 is a PID Display from Samsung Semiconductor Europe. Samples available in Q2 and MP planned for Q3 2014.
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