A wide range of monitor solutions is being presented, including the updated version of the stylish, ultra-thin 18.5” monitor with USB Type C from a Sharp LCD display with 1920x1080 pixel full HD resolution in 16:9 format and connected with an internally developed easy-Touch sensor solution. The touchscreen was optically bonded to cured 3-mm front glass in-house at DATA MODUL and is impervious to disinfectants and cleaning agents. Equipped with an internally developed eMotion USB Type C with alternating mode, a standardized but also scalable monitor concept is created, while also being the thinnest OpenFrame monitor in the DATA MODUL portfolio.
In addition, DATA MODUL is presenting a 15.6” Panel PC in portrait format, equipped with PCAP, RFID, sound and barcode scanner.
DATA MODUL is exhibiting ORTUSTECH’s latest expansions including the most recent, high-resolution, compact and ultra-light 5” TFT displays like the COM50H5N03ULC for mobile and automotive applications. Equipped with Blanview 2 technology, all panels by the Japanese manufacturer ORTUSTECH are particularly resistant to sunlight and can also be viewed from all lines of vision, even in direct sunlight. The HD 720x1280 dot resolution provides sharp images, brilliant colors and high contrast levels. In addition to the 5” panels 4.3” and 4.8” diagonals can be seen exclusively at the DATA MODUL stand.
MiP displays – an alternative for continuous use
Due to the massive demand, there is still a particular focus on Memory in Pixel (MiP) displays at DATA MODUL. The company will be presenting the reflective panels in color and in a variety of diagonals. The energy-saving MIP displays are particularly suitable for displays with rather static content, such as digital price tags (ESL), PoI, PoS, in wearables and in information systems, e.g. in public rooms and surgeries. Those who can’t/won’t forgo battery operation and/or those whose application is exposed to a very light environment can find out about a range of diagonals with full HD resolution and very low power consumption on the exhibition stand. In comparison to transmissive LCD displays, there can be an approx. 80% energy saving when using reflective displays due to the unnecessary backlighting.