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

More News
12 hours ago
Five tips for a January financial health check
Taking timely action to review your spending and think about how you manage your money can help you start the year with your finances on track, according to a Coventry University expert.
12 hours ago
Siemens provides top tips for a greener, more sustainable 2022
Decarbonisation is a journey, and, like all journeys, it starts with making the first step and then the next. The critical thing is to start the journey and to start now. This is according to Carl Ennis, CEO of Siemens UK. Siemens globally has reduced its carbon footprint by more than 50 per cent in its manufacturing emissions over the past 6 years on its journey to carbon zero by 2030.
1 day ago
BT seals data centre deal with BAI Communications for London Underground
BT has announced the signing of a multi-million-pound contract with BAI Communications (BAI), to deliver a core part of the company’s data centre requirements as it works with Transport for London (TfL) to enable high-speed mobile and Wi-Fi coverage on the London Underground.
1 day ago
Hybrid working model best for mental health
Employees who can split their working time between home and a formal workplace are 40 per cent less likely to experience mental health difficulties, new research has shown.
2 days ago
MPS Monitor integrates PaperCut data
MPS Monitor has announced the integration of PaperCut MF and Papercut NG print management data into its Analytics BI platform. The goal of this integration is to provide a feature-rich Business Intelligence and reporting environment to imaging dealers and Managed Print Services end customers who use the PaperCut MF and Papercut NG platforms for print management, job accounting, and secure printing.
4 days ago
Enterprises looking to hybrid multi-cloud
Nutanix has announced the UK-specific findings of its fourth global Enterprise Cloud Index (ECI) survey and research report, which measures enterprise progress with cloud adoption.
1 week ago
Cyberattack surge causing havoc for UK professional services organisations
Professional services companies in the UK have experienced 62 cyberattacks in the last 12 months, one every six days, according to new research by Keeper Security. The company's 2021 Cybersecurity Census Report has also revealed that almost half (48%) of IT decision-makers working at professional services companies have kept a cybersecurity attack on their organisation to themselves, raising questions about how badly affected businesses really are by these attacks. 
1 week ago
HP introduces devices for blended learning environments
HP Inc has introduced HP Fortis laptops, a new portfolio of PCs built to withstand the rigours of education environments.
1 week ago
Multicloud is here to stay, but complexity and challenges remain
Nutanix, experts in hybrid multi-cloud computing, has announced the findings of its fourth global Enterprise Cloud Index (ECI) survey and research report, which measures enterprise progress with cloud adoption.
1 week ago
Dynabook Satellite Pro C50D-B to include AMD Ryzen processors
Dynabook Europe has expanded its Satellite Pro C50 range to include AMD Ryzen 5 and 7 series processors with Radeon Graphics, broadening its range of budget-conscious, business laptops.

Login / Sign up