Densitron expands its display range with open/closed frame displays

Densitron's open and closed frame TFT displays with touchscreens
Densitron's open and closed frame TFT displays with touchscreens

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Densitron, a creator of HMI technologies and  display, monitor and embedded computing solutions, is launching a new series of open and closed frame TFT displays with touchscreens, offering equipment manufacturers flexibility and opportunities for customisation.

The new range comprises of a 13.3” and a 21.5” display, which have been developed in response to demand from the broadcast industry, in particular from those manufacturing mixing desks. The 13.3” display has been designed specifically to be integrated into a smaller 8-fader desk.

Broadcasters typically use half a standard display top of a mixing desk, which can spoil a sleek line, especially as the mechanics tend to be bulky. Densitron’s new displays have been introduced as part of the company’s complete ecosystem. They ensure a more streamlined appearance, giving designers the scope to customise; for example, because of the wide viewing angles enabled by integrated IPS technology, the display can be rotatable or can be put on the end of a pole for easier viewing by the operators. While screens can be setup prior to a broadcast, the displays are the ideal HMI with multi-touch capabilities which allow operators to easily update information on the display and manipulate sequencing. The 21.5” model also provides a half 4K monitor resolution (3840 x 1080) for extra-sharp detail on graphs and tables.

“We have spent the last eighteen months assessing the needs of the sector before introducing these new sizes of open and closed frame displays to our portfolio,” said Bazile Peter, global product manager, Densitron.

He continued, “For instance, space is a major constraint throughout the broadcast industry and so it’s evident there’s a growing market for space saving TFTs, especially where the screen may be smaller, but the quality of resolution is higher. However, one of the major attractions of this size of display is that it gives product designers more scope to create something different – more stylish and compact. We are confident that we are fulfilling a useful requirement by introducing these new sizes.”

The range comprises:

13.3” Display
Resolution: 1920 x 1080
Viewing angle: 178-degrees
Contrast ratio: 800:1

21.5” Display
Resolution: 3840 x 1080
Viewing angle: 178-degrees
Contrast ratio: 1000:1

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