ARTHUR HOLM will be launching its new Dynamic X2 series of retractable monitors at ISE 2015. The new version includes a redesigned ultra-thin aluminum style that’s available in 15”, 17’’, 19” and 22” widescreen (16:10 sizes). Optionally, all of the new series can be ordered as touch screen, integrated with a camera and even add a built-in audio conferencing system.
Using a solid mechanized aluminum housing with an anodized finish, the monitors all have a spec of at least 250 cd/m2, 1000:1 contrast ration, are 1440×900 resolution and have DVI inputs and can be controlled via the network of RS422.
ARTHUR HOLM says that these are the only monitors on the market that provide automatic adjustable tilting by using only one engine; a system which is protected by an international patent. This means less components, higher reliability, less noise and no maintenance. Its passive cover plate prevents dirt and any kind of object from falling inside the mechanism and the lift system has different speed levels depending on the screen position, having as a result a harmonic drive and eluding abrupt movements.
In addition to the new DYNAMIC X2, ARTHUR HOLM will be announcing a new version of its control system, called AHnet, that helps simplify installation, control and administration of the ARTHUR HOLM motorized products. It has been designed to control and diagnose any installation of ARTHUR HOLM Dynamic products. It allows individual, group or overall control. It allows the creation of different memories to help to setup the arrangement of the room to respond to different work scenes. These are stored in the memory and can be retrieved by a single click. The Auto check function allows to load test files and the program can be configured to send an alarm by email, reporting if a unit is failing and the cause of the malfunction.
It permits to remotely check the screens before an event and receive feedback of each monitor, allowing on site or remotely located staff to get information of up to 900 screens simultaneously.