Open frame monitors with an industrial LED / CCFL backlight LCD display and a slim open frame rugged enclosure designed for kiosks and digital signage applications. The monitors come in a variety of display sizes ranging from 10.4" to 20" and feature VGA / DVI-D / HDMI / BNC / S-Video inputs. Option for Resistive or Capacitive type touch screen, quad display, MCS multi-display OSD control, and DC power supply.
Open Frame Monitor
Panel mount monitors with an open frame metal construction and heavy-duty steel construction that provides durability and protection for the monitors. The monitors also have open front face mounting holes and VESA mounting on the back that makes it easy to mount the monitors.
Open Frame Monitors: Customized Mounting Solutions 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, both panel mount monitors and open frame monitors, that are designed to adapt to almost limitless mounting surfaces and specifications. Acnodes panel mount monitors provide an industrial LCD display panel integrated into a rugged metal open frame that is available with or without an aluminum front bezel.
What is an Open Frame Monitor? An open frame monitor is a display that is integrated into a bare metal chassis without an enclosure or bezel. The advantage of an open frame monitor is the flexible design that allows it to be integrated into a wide range of applications. Since these monitors do not have an enclosure, it can be easily fitted into existing equipment or structural housings, such as kiosks. In addition, an open frame monitor gives users the freedom to design a custom bezel for individual projects or specific industry requirements. Open frame monitors can be used in a wide range of industrial and commercial industries, such as point-of-sale, industrial automation, surveillance systems, OEM, ATM machines, and much more.
Touch Screen Monitors - Overview A touch screen acts as an interface between humans and computers in an automation control unit. Unlike keyboards or mice, touch screens provide convenience and user-friendly access to receive information from one computer to another. Touch screens work by detecting touch points according to physical relations and are divided into three types: Resistive type, Capacitive type, and Acoustic or Infrared. A resistive type touch screen consists of a glass panel and film screen that functions when a finger or other stylus produces voltage by way of pressure sensors. A capacitive type touch screen comes with a transparent electrode layer that relies on the electrical properties of the human body to detect when and where on a display the user touches. Lastly, the projected capacitive type touch screen, which is similar to the capacitive type touch screen, is composed of a sheet of glass with embedded transparent electrode films and an IC chip that supports multi-touch.