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55” professional 24/7 touch display with 20 compatible touch points
Incorporating the InfraRed touch technology along with supreme IPS panel colour performance, this display offers the optimum performance for a truly multi-user interactive experience. With the ability to handle up to 20 individual touch points, the TH5565MIS-B1AG offers an exceptional capacity within Retail, Education, Training, Corporate and B2B markets. Features include an ambient light sensor delivering optimal picture quality with the added benefit of saving on power. Incorporating 4mm Protection Glass and AG-coating the display can handle harshest environments from the classroom to Public Domain Retail installation. Landscape and Portrait friendly, with OSD portrait mode support, TH5565MIS-B1AG is designed for a continuous operation. A perfect solution for Interactive Digital Signage.
IPS technology offers higher contrast, darker blacks and much better viewing angles than standard TN technology. The screen will look good no matter what angle you look at it.
TOUCH TECHNOLOGY - INFRARED
The infrared technology uses infrared backlight. A touch event is registered with great accuracy when the infrared light is blocked by finger or stylus. This technology does not rely on an overlay or substrate, so it is impossible to physically "wear out" the touchscreen. Moreover the display characteristics remain virtually unaffected by the touch functionality.
24/7 displays are designed for a continues operation.
The Anti Glare coating is used in professional-grade displays to help avoid issues with reflections and external light sources affecting colour reproduction, contrast and sharpness. It also makes the screen less susceptible to dust, grease and dirt marks.
The ambient light sensor detects changes in environmental lighting conditions and automatically adjusts the screens backlight brightness to compensate for an increase or decrease in light.
DISPLAYPORT/HDMI DAISY CHAIN SUPPORT
A daisy chain is a wiring scheme in which multiple devices are wired together in sequence or in a ring. It enables a connection of a series of devices using a single connection between each two devices, using DisplayPort/HDMI input and a DisplayPort/HDMI output. The output connects to the next downstream display. This cabling arrangement, with one DisplayPort/HDMI cable between each set of monitors, provides a simple, less cluttered system configuration.