Sharp enhances digital signage line-up for professional and education environments

Sharp has launched the PN-HY and PN-HS, two new digital signage display ranges for continuous operation in retail, corporate, transport and education environments. The PN-HY and PN-HS are designed for demanding environments with a 24/7 operating time and max brightness of 500 cd/m² and 700 cd/m² respectively, ensuring exceptional clarity and delivery of information at any time.

The PN-HY 431/501/551 and the PN-HS 431/501/551 are available in three sizes – 43”, 50” and 55”. To give organisations flexible installation options, both models can be mounted in landscape, portrait, face-up, face-down, tilt-forward, and tilt-backwards up to a 90-degree angle.

Both models support USB playback and include integrated 10W + 10W speakers to enhance any multimedia content. The displays are also fitted with three HDMI inputs to readily switch between sources. With an integrated LAN/RS-232C interface, the displays can be adapted to suit any existing control system, ensuring users can easily monitor and control the displays from a central location

Peter Heins, Senior Product Manager at Sharp NEC Display Solutions said, “We are pleased to announce our new range of signage solutions which set an exceptional standard for operating and brightness capabilities. Our latest PN-HS and PN-HY ranges offer businesses the means to communicate important information in a way which captures attention and makes an impact.”

Company Details

SHARP ELECTRONICS UK LTD

4 Furzeground Way
Stockley Park
Uxbridge
UB11 1EX
UNITED KINGDOM

020 8734 2000

www.sharp.eu

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