Highly reliable 24/7 professional signage display. Offering high operability ideal for rental & staging, digital signage, education and corporate environments.
- 49", 450 cd/m2, 9.5 mm(T/R/L), 15.6mm(B) bezel width
- High reliability enables continuous 24/7 operation with highly durable panel
- System expandability - DVI daisy chain, built-in simple media player
- Durable failover and failback function with simplified workflow solution
|Response Time||12 ms (G to G)|
|Effective Display Area (W x H)||1073 x 604 mm (42.2" x 23.7")|
|Number of Pixels (H x V)||1920 x 1080 pixels|
|Panel Type||LCD IPS Panel/E-LED|
|Viewing Angle (Horizontal/Vertical)||178°/178° (CR≧10)|
|Weight||14.7 kg(32.4 lbs.)|
|Power Requirements||110-127/220-240 V AC,50/60 Hz|
|Operating environment||Temperature : 0℃ to 40℃(32℉ to 104℉)/Humidity: 20-80% (non-condensation)|
|Power Off Condition||Approx.0.3W|
|Bezel Width||T/R/L: 9.5 mm (0.38") B: 15.5 mm (0.61")|
|Dimensions (W x H x D)||1098 x 634 x 46 mm (43.2" x 24.9" x 1.8")|
|Wall-hanging pitch||VESA Compliant 400 x 400 mm(15.8" x 15.8")|
|Screen size||49-inch (1232 mm)|
|Panel Surface Treatment||Anti-Glare|
There is very little change in color when the screen is viewed at right or left angles, which is ideal for providing correct information to places with a lot of people present.
Image Optimization Modes
The SF2 Series comes with an extensive display menu to let you select the most suitable mode for the content to be displayed and the viewing environment.
HDMI CEC Device Linking Supported
HDMI-CEC enables the basic operations (such as power ON/OFF), of the compatible devices to be controlled by the display's remote control
The SF2 Series can automatically start showing pictures when a USB memory containing data is inserted. The display unit can be used as digital signage without a set-top box or PC.
Failover and Failback Safeguards
If the main video and audio signals are interrupted, the system immediately switches to alternative signals. This makes it ideal for mission critical control rooms and surveillance centers.