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ISE 2016: Smoke and fire load optimized monitors for areas with strict fire regulations
Distec presents new TFT display products for industry and commerce: Smoke and fire load optimized monitors, multi-touch POS-Line monitors with up to 10 touch points, HighBright monitors
Smoke and fire load optimized monitors
As there is no appropriate standard for monitors, Distec had the monitors tested according to DIN EN 13501-1 for the classification of building products. The fire test showed that the monitors undercut the limits for classification according to DIN EN 13501-1 class B-s1, d0 all categories. Thus, it achieved the best level in the class "difficult to ignite". The monitors are available in sizes from 31.5 to 54.6 inches.
New multi-touch POS-Line monitors
The proven POS-Line monitors are now available as multi-touch versions with up to 10 touch points in sizes from 10.4 to 65 inches. This allows for an interactive operation via gestures used for smartphone and tablet. At the ISE show, Distec will present the new, second generation of these monitors, available in sizes from 10.4 to 24 inches and featuring an elegant aluminum frame, making the monitors significantly lighter.
HighBright monitors with strong backlighting
In locations with a high ambient light level, monitors with normal backlighting can be difficult to read. Distec therefore offers a range of products with a particularly strong backlight that are ideal for bright ambient light. These monitors have a backlight brightness of up to 2500 cd/m² and are available in sizes 31.5" and 54.6". To protect the panels, they are supplied with temperature monitoring and brightness controls. If the temperature becomes too high or if ambient light levels fall, the monitor automatically reduces the screen brightness in steps. As an option, the devices can be equipped with a removable PC-Box with Intel Core-i3/5.
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