The Orion Images 55RNCSR 55” Sunlight Readable LCD Monitor excels at producing clear images under direct or indirect sunlight, thanks to its transflective enhanced anti-glare technology. This transflective technology reduces power consumption and extra heat generation, boosting the efficiency of the LCD backlight. The monitor is a natural choice for high ambient light applications since it can produce brighter images as the light becomes stronger.
Should you need to view or compare 2 pictures at the same time, simply switch to the PIP or PBP modes. Two built-in speakers (4W) take care of all your multimedia needs. You can use your PC to control the monitor’s OSD (on screen display) via an RS-232C port. This monitor also employs 3D comb filter and de-interlace technologies that improve color saturation and image clarity for various video sources. A combination of these features ensure high image quality and operating versatility as required in critical CCTV environments.
Enclosed in a metal cabinet, the monitor is also FCC Class A certified for 24/7 CCTV applications.
Produces clear images under ambient light
Anti-glare features reduces eye strain
Increases the monitor's efficiency by reducing power consumption and extra heat generation
Suitable for applications such as industrial machinery, kiosk, ATM machines, and order confirmation systems
Produces bright images at 1920 x 1080P full HD resolution
Offers 1150 nits brightness rating and 2300:1 contrast ratio
3D comb filter and de-interlace technologies improve color saturation and image clarity for various video sources
Auto pixel shift reduces screen aging irregularities and burn-in caused by bright still images
Multi Display Function
PIP and PBP modes enable viewing of 2 pictures at the same time
Dual composite display
Built-in speakers (4W x 2) for multimedia applications
Enclosed in a wall or ceiling mountable metal cabinet
Other features of the monitor include auto source sequencing, trigger source switching, auto power recovery, security lock out, and noise reduction