Iiyama adds two all-new high-brightness displays

This quarter, Iiyama is adding two high-brightness displays to their professional digital signage range that can really handle the heat! The two displays can be installed in sunny shop windows and other very bright environments without worry as they are equipped with special IPS M+ LED panels. These have a brightness up to 3000 cd/m2 and a light sensor that automatically adjusts the displays brightness depending on the light intensity.

Both displays are sunlight readable which means that even when the sun light falls directly on the display customers can still clearly see what is being shown on the display. The IPS M+ LED panels are blackening effect free, which allow them to withstand temperatures up to 110° C without blackening. “With these two new models, iiyama’s professional Digital Signage display range continues to grow; offering businesses two new high-quality and cost-efficient signage displays especially designed for use in bright and sunny environments.”

The most remarkable feature of the LH5510HSHB is its very low power consumption of 175W. The power consumption is 50% lower than industry average for high-brightness displays. This makes the LH5510HSHB-B1 an ideal display for brands that value energy efficient solutions without having to sacrifice visibility.” says Jeffry Pettinga, Sales Director Europe.

The 55” LH5510HSHB-B1 has a Full HD resolution (1920×1080) and a 2500cd/m² brightness and comes with VGA, DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort signal input and a slim metal housing. The 75” LH7510USHB-B1 features a 4K UHD (3840×2160) resolution with a 3000 cd/m² brightness and comes with DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort signal input. Both displays have a 24/7 operating time, a RS232C control connector and can be installed in both landscape and portrait orientation.

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Iiyama is adding two high-brightness displays to their professional digital signage range. These have a brightness up to 3000 cd/m2 and a light sensor that automatically adjusts the displays brightness depending on the light intensity.

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