Having made their entry in the digital signage market in 2009, projector specialists Optoma have now launced a 22″ LCD screen for use in digital signage applications. The display is available in two versions – a touchscreen variant (OP1022WTDS) with capacitive technology from 3M – and a nontouch model (OP1022WDS).
Both models have panels that are approximately 65mm deep and feature Optoma’s SignShow D5000 HD media player. Display specifications include resolution of 1680 x 1050 (16:10), brightness of 300cd/m², a response time of 20ms and viewing angles of 178°C.
Seamless hardware and software integration provides operational reliability for both models and enables an engineer to install them quickly with fewer cables. Both models have inputs for USB 2.0, RS232 and an auxiliary source device (TV tuner) and come included with Optoma’s SignShow InfoSAP Creator (LAN) and InfoSAP Admin (WAN) software for Windows so that users can remotely design, preview, publish and manage the scheduling of digital signage content and messaging.
Users can customise the screen layout and scheduled delivery, allowing users to show a combination of video, graphics, time, message tickers and live database feeds or RSS feeds at the same time. The “Touch Version” also comes with InfoSAP Touch as standard.