Built-in Light ID Transmission Function Sends and Receives Information
An originally developed, high-speed backlight control technology has achieved Light ID transmission from displays by modulating (blinking) light at high speed.
The ID signals transmitted from the display are read by a smartphone to relay a variety of information, such as traffic guidance or news about shops or products. The displayed content can also be provided in the smartphone owner's native language.
Various Types of Signage Operation Are Possible
The SF2H 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.
DIGITAL LINK Function Enables Simple Installation and Low System Costs
Using DIGITAL LINK makes it possible to transmit video, audio and control signals over a long distance, up to 150 m (492 ft), with a single LAN cable. Easy cabling also reduces labor during setup. This provides transmission of high-quality images and sounds, as well as remote control.
Brilliant, High-Quality 700 cd/m2 Images for Bright Lobbies
The SF2H Series provides highly visible signage even in open spaces with natural lighting with 700 cd/m2. Blending into surrounding spaces, it has an eye-catching effect even when people are moving.
Efficiency and Reliability for Continuous 24-hour Operation
The use of highly durable panel materials and quality electronic components ensures dependable 24-hour operation seven days a week. This makes the SF1H Series ideal for installation in public places, surveillance centers, and other applications where absolute reliability is critical.
Choose the Installation to Match Your Application
You can install it vertically or horizontally to match the space, and tilt it 20 degrees forward or back. For installation in high places, tilt the unit for better visibility. You can also use a bracket that complies with VESA standards to suspend it from the ceiling or mount it to a wall for freely flexible installation.
HDMI CEC Device Linking Supported
HDMI-CEC compatible devices can be connected to the display by an HDMI cable, enabling the basic operations (such as power ON/OFF), of the compatible devices to be controlled by the display's remote control.
Cloning Function Saves Labor When Setting Up Multiple Devices
You can easily copy the setting data of a master display to other displays using USB memory. This saves labor when making screen settings during the installation of multiple devices.