EXPO NEWS: DATA MODUL introduces latest display series

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DATA MODUL has introduced its new IP65 Advanced Protected display series 69xx PD with screen sizes from 42in at Passenger Terminal Expo 2015 in Paris, France.

Based on the latest generation of energy efficient e-LED panels and DATA MODUL’s innovative IPC3 electronics, the new series offers highest performance in applications requiring a high degree of protection against rough surroundings. Examples are Passenger Information Systems at airports when installed in areas involving challenging ambient conditions, such as parking facilities, passage ways or in baggage handling systems. The same applies to installations in train, light rail and metro stations.

The maintenance-free IP65 protected information displays are specially designed for 24/7 operation in harsh environmental conditions, both, indoor and outdoor.

Their closed housing with integrated Climate Control System ensures reliable protection against extreme temperature fluctuations, the safety front glass protects against damage caused by vandalism.

SysMon, DATA MODUL’s remote monitor control function, allows monitoring and control of display settings such as stand-by, brightness and contrast, etc. Even the hardware status and the temperature information provided by the optionally integrated climate control system are remotely accessible.

The company is also showcasing its Narrow Bezel Protected series at the three-day event. The series is an upgrade-version of the Narrow Bezel series, providing an additional safety front glass and the new cFPS system.

Combining stylish design with the requirements of an IP40 front protection, the displays are perfect for use in ambient conditions with higher dust exposure or installations within reach, for example arrival and departure information at airports. Available screen sizes are 32, 42, 47 and 55in. The new cFPS concept (Flexible Pluggable Solution) allows the easy exchange of the display control box, in which display and control electronics as well as power supply are integrated.

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