LG 55VM5BW-4C 55" 2x2 Video Wall Bundle

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LG 55VM5BW-4C 55" 2x2 Video Wall Bundle
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LG VM5BW-4C Overview

The black 55VM5BW-4C 55" 2x2 Video Wall Bundle from LG includes four 55VM5B-B commercial monitors, four VW4600G2 Crimson Video Wall Mounts, and all necessary cables. The monitor features a borderless design with bezel-to-bezel width of 0.1", making it suitable for use as a part of a video wall with other 55VM5B displays. Its built-in quad-core Quad Core SoC (System-on-Chip) processor plays various types of content without the need for an extra media player. The display offers a native resolution of 1920 x 1080, 500 cd/m2 brightness rating, and a dynamic contrast ratio of 500,000:1 for deeper dark and brighter light colors. Furthermore, the 55" IPS panel with horizontal and vertical viewing angles of 178° ensures no color deviation or distortion from any angle.

Borderless design with its 0.03" even panel bezel and 0.1" bezel-to-bezel size (verified by Nemko), enables immersive and seamless viewing experiences on assembled video wall screens.
Built-in quad-core SoC (system-on-chip) can play various content formats, eliminating the need for an external media player.
Built-in SoC enables the display to play its video file without lag for synchronized content playback.
webOS platform allows you to build apps and construct your own customized signage solutions using the LG Software Development Kit (not included) and technical support.
Ensures clear picture quality even when installed in stacks of more than four.
VIC (Video Wall Image Creation technology): Color and brightness differences are compensated in circuit part with an algorithm to make the panels into a same characteristic so that each video wall maintains the consistent white balance.
LG's LED-backlight technology ensures consistent brightness across the whole screen for a clearer picture.
Includes an image improvement algorithm that can adjust to objects located in the boundary of bezel for a seamless viewing experience.
LAN daisy chain support allows you to execute commands to control and monitor the screens in the video wall, and even update their firmware.
Features a guide bracket that ensures the video wall remains flat.
Features a classified in/out port that prevents errors when connecting a daisy chain.
8 Control Buttons: To operate various functions of the display such as controlling the OSD (On Screen Display) and changing the input source.
UPC: 719192614291

LG VM5BW-4C Specs

Screen Size55" (139.7 cm)
Panel TechnologyIPS
Aspect Ratio16:9
Native Resolution1920 x 1080
Brightness500 cd/m2
Contrast Ratio1400:1
Dynamic CR (DCR)500,000:1
Viewing Angle178 x 178°
Response Time8 ms (G to G)
Surface TreatmentHard coating (2 H), Anti-glare treatment of the front polarizer (Haze 10 %)
Working Time24 Hours
OrientationPortrait and Landscape
Input1 x HDMI, 1 x DP, 1 x DVI-D, 1 x OPS, 1 x Audio, 1 x USB 2.0, 1 x USB 3.0, 1 x RGB
Output1 x DP, 1 x Audio
External ControlRS232C, RJ45, IR Receiver
Bezel Width0.03" (0.9 mm) (Top/Bottom/Left/Right even bezel) / 0.1" (1.8 mm) *B to B : Panel Bezel + Panel Bezel
Operating Temperature Range32 to 104°F (0 to 40°C)
Operating Humidity Range10 to 80 %
Power Supply100 to 240 VAC, 50/60 Hz
Power TypeBuilt-In Power
Power ConsumptionType: 150 W
Smart Energy Saving: 80 W
SafetySafety: UL, cUL, CB, TUV, KC
EMC: FCC Class "A", CE, KCC
ErP / Energy Star: NA / Yes (Energy Star 7.0)
CompatibilityMedia Player Compatibility: OPS Type Compatible: Yes
External Media Player Attachable: Yes (MP500/MP700)
Software Compatibility: SuperSign W/Lite: Yes
SuperSign C: Yes
Vesa Standard Mount Interface600 x 400 mm
Dimension47.7 x 26.9 x 3.4" (121.14 x 68.22 x 8.65 cm)
Weight41 lb (18.6 kg)
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