WUXGA display duo have optical bonding as standard
Two WUXGA display monitors from Densitron will be introduced at IBC 2019, in Amsterdam.
The seven- and 10.1-inch WUXGA display monitors are intended for broadcast, control and monitoring, test and measurement, and industrial applications.
Both monitors have HDMI connectivity, in-plane switching, high contrast, 1200 x 1920 resolution, improved colour saturation, a native four-lane MIPI interface, and single VDD power supply.
Densitron global business development director, Chris Goodhall, identified a market need for the new monitors: “We are launching these new displays because there is a distinct need for exceptional high-resolution and wide viewing angle displays for a number of applications that the market is not currently addressing,” he said.
The seven-inch version provides peak luminance of 450cd/m2, adjustable brightness, and includes IPS technology that provides 80/80/80/80 symmetric viewing.
The 10.1-inch display provides peak luminance of 600cd/m2, adjustable brightness, as well as IPS technology that provides 85/85/85/85 symmetric viewing.
Both models also provide optical bonding with projected capacitive touch (PCT) as standard. Both monitors are designed to operate continuously in 24/7 mode, with a backlight half-life of 50,000 hours, which is approximately five years.
Visitors to IBC can see the two monitors at the Densitron stand – 8.B41 at IBC 2019 (13 to 17 September).