An open frame monitor is a type of display that consists of a screen, a metal chassis, and a printed circuit board. Unlike a regular monitor, an open frame monitor does not have an enclosure or casing. Instead, it is designed to be installed into a custom enclosure or integrated into a larger system. Open frame monitors are commonly used in industrial and commercial applications where space is limited and customized installations are required. They are available in various screen sizes, resolutions, and technologies such as LCD, UV film, AG / AR glass, high brightness, and touchscreen. Open frame monitors can be used for a variety of purposes, such as digital signage, gaming machines, medical equipment, and industrial automation. They are often preferred over regular monitors in these applications due to their compact size, versatility, and ease of integration.
Open Frame Monitors
Acnodes' open frame monitors can be easily configured to satisfy specific requirements and offers options for various mounting solutions and touch screen displays. These monitors ideal for a wide range of applications including rugged outdoor environments, industrial applications, kiosks, cabinet displays, and custom-built machines. Acnodes has a lineup of customizable mounting solutions, that are designed to adapt to almost limitless mounting surfaces and specifications.