21" to 24" large rackmount LCD monitors provide superior picture quality and around-the-clock operation for industrial applications. The LCD displays are integrated into an 8U or 9U high rack enclosure designed for a standard 19" wide rackmount cabinet. Options are available for touch screen technology (Resistive, Capacitive, PCAP, Infrared), 3G/HD/SDI input for broadcast-grade video, MCS multi-display control, and DC power input.
Large Rack LCD Monitors (21" to 24")
Widescreen rackmount monitors featuring VGA / DVI-D / HDMI / DP input, front OSD functions, and a 100/240VAC power input. The large widescreen rackmount monitors are integrated into a 6U to 9U high rackmount enclosure for industrial applications, CCTV surveillance rooms, and monitoring mission-critical systems.
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