The APM5XXX series are professional-grade displays providing high picture quality and around-the-clock operation for many different industries: broadcasting/advertising, digital signage/ticket kiosks, command centers, and surveillance systems. The monitors are designed with an aluminum front bezel and short-depth metal rugged construction with rear VESA mounting holes. The APM5XXX series is a versatile monitor designed to meet various industry requirements and environmental demands. It also offers a variety of optional embedded modules that gives users the ability of video remote management. Options are available for an IP65 rated front bezel, touch screen technology (Resistive, Capacitive, Projected Capacitive), SDI input, quad display, and DC power input.
Aluminum Front Bezel - 10.4 Inch to 20 Inch
Panel mount monitors with an aluminum front bezel or anti-corrosion stainless steel housing designed to withstand harsh environments, making it well-equipped for industrial or commercial requirements. Option for DVI / HDMI / BNC video input and a touch screen monitor.
REFERENCES 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.
IP and NEMA Ratings – What Do They Mean? IP ratings are standards for electrical enclosures defined by the IEC (International Electrotechnical Commission). The rating refers to the degree of protection against water and dust provided by a computer's enclosure. The IP rating is expressed as a two-digit number (Example: IP-65). The first number designates protection from solids, while the second number designates protection from liquids. On the other hand, NEMA ratings are standards that are useful in defining the types of environments in which an electrical enclosure can be used. The NEMA rating system is defined by the NEMA (National Electrical Manufacturer Association), and frequently signifies a fixed enclosure’s ability to withstand certain environmental conditions.