The LCD display series supporting the Panasonic multi-screen system offers highly legible, high-quality images and convenient functions. The hidden areas limited to 0.44 mm on the top/bottom and left/right in the "ultra-narrow bezel design" of the VF2H/VF2 are not conspicuous, making them ideal for signage and surveillance use.
Performance with 500 cd/m² of brightness is required for some signage and other professional applications. This allows images to be beautifully displayed even in large, brightly lit spaces, such as train stations, airports, and restaurants
Panasonic's close relationship with end users and the resale industries has enabled development of specialized turnkey video-wall solutions that exceed the demands of professionals by streamlining installation, safeguarding reliability, and enhancing performance around the clock. Serving high-impact images, the LFV8 Series assure high visibility and ease of operation unrivalled by any other brand.
Based on HDBaseT™ technology, the DIGITAL LINK connection onVF2H/VF2 display supports audio, video, and control signal transmission over long distances, and can also be used to daisy-chain multiple displays via a single cable. This eliminates the need for video splitters and other routing devices.
High-resolution IPS (In-Plane Switching) panel technology ensures that pictures displayed on screen remain clearly visible even when observed from oblique angles: vital for signage applications as well as in control rooms where clear visibility is necessary at all times.
Durable panel materials and quality components ensures dependable 24-hour operation seven days a week. This makes the Panasonic LCD Video Wall Series ideal for applications where absolute reliability is critical. Further, these products are designed for either landscape or portrait orientation without affecting color, brightness, or operational life. This flexibility allows you to exploit installation space to fullest potential.
The VF2H/VF2 employs a panel with Advanced Anti-Glare (AAG) processing that uses the concave/convex surface to diffuse light from the sun and lighting equipment. Because it suppresses external reflections to maintain higher legibility, it is ideal for use in monitoring rooms and public facilities.
Colors are pre-calibrated prior to factory shipment, to minimize color differences between displays for multi-screen use. This makes it possible to create single images without any visible differences from display to display
The 4K-resolution (3840 x 2160) CQE1 series supports 4K/60p signal (HDMI) and is capable of operating for 16 hours a day. Equipped with a battery of connection terminals, the CQE1 display provides functions required for business use, including system linkage. It is suitable for use in a variety of places such as discussion booths, large meeting rooms and classrooms.
There is very little change in color, compared with the VA panel, when the screen is viewed at right or left angles, so the images are crisp and clear. This is ideal for providing correct information to places with a lot of people present, such as public spaces and facilities.
Video and still images saved into USB media in advance can simply be inserted into the CQE1 Series for automatic playback.
The CQE1 series has four HDMI terminals and a USB-C input port. Since PC and mobile devices can be easily connected, information contained in various devices brought by different people can be easily displayed.
The CQE1 series is preinstalled with the Android-based HTML5 browser. So, it can serve as signage without an external device, such as a set-top box or PC, or without a connection cable.
The display unit has built-in speakers so that it can playback content with sound without the connection of external speakers. This allows maximum use of a limited space for the installation of a large-screen display.
In addition to being impact resistant, the CQE1 Series is capable of constant, 16/7 operation. It offers reliable use in educational institutions, and offices.
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