PPDS Introduces 32″ Version of Philips Tableaux 5150I
PPDS (aka: Philips Professional Displays) officially announced a 32” version of its ePaper signage range, the Philips Tableaux 5150I. The new 32” Philips Tableaux 5150I signals a larger form factor full-color ePaper displays, with PPDS in a market forecast to be worth almost $43.2 billion by 2030*.
Here’s a video we shot of the ePaper lineup at InfoComm:
Philips claims Tableaux captured the attention of event attendees, partners and customers worldwide, thanks to its unique capabilities providing vivid 24/7 content while unplugged and entirely power-free. Responding to market feedback and working closely with long-term Philips Professional Displays R&D partner, E Ink, Philips says the new 32” Philips Tableaux 5150I brings the benefits of the 25” Philips Tableaux together with additional features.
The company says the 32” Philips Tableaux 5150I becomes the first signage display confirmed to run on E Ink’s E Ink Spectra 6 color platform. The E Ink Spectra 6’S 31.5” platform delivers true print quality replacement for any paper sign on the 2560 x 1440, 16:9 digital display, according to Philips.
Integrating an Android SoC, the company says the 32” Philips Tableaux 5150I Series can be managed manually or remotely using third-party or PPDS’ in house software. This includes PPDS Wave – the company’s secure cloud platform, providing remote device management capabilities for Android SoC Philips Professional Display fleets of any size and in any location.
As on the 25” Philips Tableaux Series, Philips says the new 32” 5150I model can display static imagery without drawing on any energy source, only requiring low power input when content is being updated. For fixed installations, and in environments where regular image changes are required, the Philips Tableaux 5150I features Power over Ethernet (PoE), ensuring both power and connectivity for remote management. With 16GB of internal memory and 2GB RAM, content can be updated via the USB, micro USB, Micro SD, LAN and WiFi 5 by plugging the Philips Tableaux 5150I into a nearby power source.