Panel mount monitor comes with a 10.1 inch 1280 x 800 350-nit industrial LCD panel, P-Cap multi touch screen, VGA video input, and an IP66 rated anti-corrosion stainless steel housing. Option for a high brightness display, DVI / HDMI video input, optical bonding, and DC power input.
• Anti-corrosion stainless steel housing
• Full IP66 rated rugged enclosure
• 10.1 inch 1280 x 800 350-nit LCD monitor
• Option for 1000-nit high brightness display
• VGA video input, option for DVI / HDMI
• P-cap multi-touch screen with USB
• Option for optical bonding and panel mount
• 12V DC power input
10.1 inch 1280 x 800 LCD panel mount monitor with a fully IP66 rated anti-corrosion stainless steel housing, VGA video input, P-cap multi-touch screen, and DC power input.
What is optical bonding?
Optical bonding is a method in which it provides enhanced visibility and durability to LCD monitors. Between the LCD module and the cover glass or touch panel of a monitor is a tiny gap of air. In optical bonding, a layer of resin is applied to fill the gap, uniting the two together and filling the air gap. The process is laminating the cover glass or touch screens to the LCD cell. With optical bonding, it decreases parallax issues, eliminating the gap that creates the illusion that pixels shift position depending on the line of sight. With optical bonding, it increases the display’s range of viewing angles and delivers more accurate touch alignment in touch-based interactive systems.