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Industrial touch monitors speed integration into applications

Advantech has announced the introduction of the XDF-31 FLEX range of open frame low power HD LED touchscreen monitors.

Offering all popular screen sizes from 10.1 to 32 inch, the series has been designed with ease of integration into the customer’s housing as a top priority. Side mounting brackets, and an application-specific gasket significantly simplifies the task of safely mounting the monitor into the customer’s application, ensuring a completely flush mounting with the surrounding surface.

The flat, ultra-thin FLEX series monitors feature a 10-point projected capacitive (PCAP) touch controller that provides an immersive and interactive user experience, including gesture support, and is accessed via a USB interface. Multiple input options include VGA, DisplayPort, and HDMI interfaces, giving kiosk and system designers plenty of options when developing new self-service terminals or swapping out monitors in existing equipment. Ease of integration is further simplified by the low power monitors requiring a single 12 VDC external power adapter, while the 32 inch monitor has an internal AC/DC power supply.

The Advantech XDF-31 FLEX series of industrial-grade high-resolution LED touchscreen monitors are intended for use in a wide variety of retail, gaming and transportation applications such as point of sales terminals, customer ticket kiosks, information systems, and infotainment applications.

Neil Tyler

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