31.5", 80cm, 8 ms, 3000:1, 500 cd/m², 1080p, 1920 x 1080, VGA, DVI-D, HDMI, 781.5 x 476 x 69 mm, 17.3 kg
- Touchscreen 80 cm (31.5") LED
- Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixels 16:9
- 8 ms 3000:1
- 48 W
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iiyama ProLite TF3237MSC-B3AG. Display diagonal: 80 cm (31.5"), Display resolution: 1920 x 1080 pixels, HD type: Full HD, Display technology: LED, Response time: 8 ms, Native aspect ratio: 16:9, Viewing angle, horizontal: 178°, Viewing angle, vertical: 178°. Built-in speaker(s). Built-in USB hub. VESA mounting. Product colour: Black
2" 12pt open frame touch monitor built into an eye catching bezel with edge-to-edge glass
With 1920x1080 Full HD resolution and Projective Capacitive 12 point touch technology, the ProLite TF3237MSC-B3AG delivers seamless and accurate touch response. Featuring an AMVA3 Edge LED LCD screen technology, it offers exceptional colour performance and wide viewing angles, making it a perfect display for Interactive Digital Signage. In addition to the superb image quality, the screen comes with a rugged bezel and the panel withstands the 60950-1 ball drop test, making it suitable for demanding environments like table top integration. The open frame ProLite TF3237MSC-B3AG is the ideal solution for Interactive Digital Signage, Instore Retail, Kiosks and Interactive Presentations.
The ball-drop-test uses a half-kilo steel ball, which is dropped onto the touch screen from a height of 1.3 meter. If the touch screen surface remains unaffected, the monitor passes the ball-drop-test for high impact resistance and durability.
Touch technology - Capacitive
This technology uses a sensor-grid of micro-fine wires integrated into the glass that covers the screen. Touch is detected because electrical characteristics of the sensor grid change when human finger is placed on the glass. Thanks to the glass overlay this technology is highly durable, and the touch function remains unaffected even if the glass is scratched. It offers perfect picture performance and will work with human finger (gloved or not) and magnetic ball.
PALM REJECTION FUNCTION
Palm rejection is a way to disregard signal from finger while using the pen mode. When you touch the screen with a pen, and your palm is touching the monitor, palm rejection is activated and the screen does not recognize touch made with the finger. If the screen is not touched for 1 second, it will automatically return to the finger mode.
The Anti Glare coating is used in professional-grade displays to help avoid issues with reflections and external light sources affecting colour reproduction, contrast and sharpness. It also makes the screen less susceptible to dust, grease and dirt marks.
Open frame monitors are an ideal solution for kiosk integrators and Instore Retail.