BenQ Adds Eyesafe Certification to RP03 Interactive Display

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BenQ included Eyesafe Certification of its latest interactive display, the BenQ Board RP03. So far, it’s the industry’s only interactive display to meet the safety standard, BenQ Board RP03 features built-in EyeCare technologies that have been tested and certified to protect users’ eyesight by reducing high-energy blue light.

Blue light, also known as high-energy visible (HEV) light, is a color in the visible light spectrum that can be seen by human eyes. These wavelengths of visible and non-visible light are measured in nanometers (nm), and, in general, the shorter the wavelength, the higher the energy. Blue light is a short wavelength, which means it produces higher amounts of energy. Unlike other forms of light, the eyes cannot effectively filter blue light, so more can pass through the eye to the retina. While a moderate amount of blue light promotes alertness, boosts memory and cognitive function elevates mood, and regulates circadian rhythms, higher and more prolonged amounts of blue light can impact eye and body health. The largest source of blue light is the sun, but it is also emitted by the latest devices and displays. This is of particular concern because of the close proximity to the screens, duration of use, and the cumulative impact of using devices and displays every day.

Products with Eyesafe Certification manage light energy at the source, selectively reducing blue light and dispersing it across the light spectrum with no need to adjust settings. Eyesafe Certification is performed by well-known and trusted independent third-party TÜV Rheinland.

The germ-resistant BenQ Boards are purpose-built for teachers and are available in 65″, 75″ and 86” sizes with NFC in addition to a mic array, 16W speakers and 16W Dolby Digital Plus surround sound.

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