DisplayPort is a new standard for digital audio/video transmission. With the whopping 10.8Gbps bandwidth, the DisplayPort keeps your contents attractive, distortion-free in longer distances than conventional DVI and HDMI.
This feature allows you to deliver high-quality mirrored contents to different locations, or to build a huge multi-display, single-image video wall through one DVI port on the controller PC without the need for splitters.
Created by Intel, the OPS empowers digital signage displays with expandability, flexibility and upgradeability at lower costs. The interchangeable, future-proof OPS systems also enable scalable applications for individual customers and deployment scenarios.
BenQ SL Series supports remote administration via the built-in RJ45 Ethernet or the RS232 serial interface. Routine tasks such as OSD settings and firmware upgrades can be performed on the control server to the daisy-chained displays.
In commercial environments where images would stay for hours, image retention becomes a problem on consumer displays. PID panels designed for digital signage prevents the burned-in effect even after an extended period of usage.
The SL Series has an amazing average life of 50,000 hours - enough for several years of non-stop service. With the reliable industrial-class performance and sturdy build, the BenQ Digital Signage displays are in fact more economic then consumer models.
The PiP/PbP feature displays contents from two independent video sources simultaneously for more convenience and flexibility. The PiP mode allows the sub picture to be resized or relocated for the best presentation.
The feature enables users to designate up to seven sets of on/off time for SL Series displays down to individual video input sources. This not only eliminates the need to switch displays on/off manually, but also cuts power bills with precise agendas.
Analog Daisy Chaining is the easiest way to build a video wall. You can simply connect up to 9 displays through VGA cables without using splitters; the screens can show a mirrored image, or form a 3x3 configuration for an enlarged viewing area.
The exceptionally narrow bezel of the SL line makes it a viable choice for basic video walls. Comparing to the 40mm bezel of conventional display, the SL line features bezels as thin as 15mm for virtually border-free images.
The panel is capable of displaying 10-bit levels for each primary color, that's 1073.7-million colors in total. This helps producing smooth, rich images with no visible color banding for extremely vivid and effective contents.