Product News: Vision Systems, Electrical Equipment & Systems, Display & Presentation Equipment
LED Monitor delivers brightness rating of 1,400 nits.
Press Release Summary:
August 21, 2012 - Featuring sunlight readable screen, 19 in. Model HBT-1904O is suitable for indoor and outdoor environments. Open frame unit offers both resistive and surface acoustic wave touch options. With proper shading and design, integrators can use high bright monitor to optimize digital signage applications.
Original Press Release
Caltron Adds the HBT-1904O to the Fast Growing Line of Open Frame High Bright Monitors
Press release date: August 16, 2012
With the growing demand for high bright screens in larger sizes, Caltron has been able to put together the HBT-1904O, 19" Open Frame High Bright LED Monitor. As durable as all of Caltron's industrial grade monitors, but with a brightness of 1400 nits or cd/m2. This monitor is great for both indoor and outdoor environments.
With a brightness rating of 1400 nits, the HBT-1904O is great for almost any application that requires a larger size monitor with a sunlight readable screen. This monitor also has touch options available, in both, resistive or surface acoustic wave. Adding on a touch component to make this monitor into a Touch Screen Monitor helps to add more diversity to the monitor, making it useful for any application that requires a touch screen monitor.
Just like any of Caltron's Open Frame Monitors, it comes with a robust design that will never change through the entirety of the unit, making it easier to design into any application, without the worry of a design change down the line, also making it easy to replace and repair in the future.
Daylight readable monitors like the HBT-1904O, make it easier for integrators and Digital Signage applications to use since brighter screens can bring more attention to visitors. With proper shading and design, the HBT-1904O can deliver a powerful punch to any application that is outdoors.
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