NEC Display Solutions Europe today announced a range of customization options for its P and V Series, a range of professional MultiSync large format displays for digital signage. These include mirrored and protective displays for retail, industrial and environmentally harsh applications, touch-sensitive display surfaces and coloured bezel overframes.
The P and V Series displays are built on NEC’s open platform concept and can be customized with a variety of cosmetic and functionality options. For example, using semi-transparent MIRONA mirror glass from SCHOTT, the P Series displays are ideal for scenarios where enhanced visual experiences greatly impact customer engagement. The MultiSync P Series Mirror Glass (MG) is a cross between a real mirror and a signage display. This coulee be used as digital signage in fitting room mirrors so retailers could display size range, colors or coordinating accessories while allowing the shopper to use the mirror surface to check their look and decide on fit and style.
The P and V Series displays are also designed for applications in professional, industrial and other signage areas where displays face challenging conditions. This is because of its 4mm thick protective glass designed to protect the displays against damage from all external impacts. The anti-reflective and high light-transmission CONTURAN protective glass from SCHOTT combined with the brightness level of 500 cd/m² in the V Series and 700 cd/m² in the P Series offer superb readability. Overall, both series offer maximum investment security whilst guaranteeing safe operation in public environments and production areas.
Additionally, the P and V Series displays are available in colored overframe versions from the RAL color palette.
Integrated with ShadowSense Multi-Touch technology, the MultiSync P Series SST displays are available in sizes from 40 to 80 inches and they support up to 10 simultaneous touch points and gestures while ignoring accidental touches (avoiding ghost touches).
V Series touch models with support for Infrared Multi-Touch will be available from June 2017. These displays feature an anti-reflective coating to minimise reflections in addition to supporting high levels of touch accuracy. They support all major operating systems and up to 10 simultaneous touch points.