Advantech’s Latest Industrial Touch Monitors Meet Flexible, Rugged, Long-life Demands

Aug. 12, 2016
Advantech announces the release of its IDS31 industrial touch monitor series with flexible mechanical design.

Advantech announces the release of its IDS31 industrial touch monitor series with flexible mechanical design. While many products developed for the commercial field do not feature many of the elements needed in the industrial field, namely ruggedness, long life, and extended availability, Advantech’s IDS31 series meet that need. Ranging from 7” to 32” in both 4:3 and 16:9 sizes, the open frame chassis system is designed for rear mounting to existing panels or new designs alike. The IDS31 series is equipped with a clever mechanical design which allows for both touch and non-touch versions as standard, which can even be adapted to alternate touch technologies such as surface capacitive or surface acoustic wave for low minimum order quantities and without the need for additional NRE costs. The design has been developed to minimize bezel frame dimensions and incorporates the standard VESA 75 x 75 or 100 x 100 mounting system. Quick sampling and the biggest product selection make the IDS31 series an ideal cost-effective solution for all industrial, professional, and gaming markets where display differentiation is the key to success.

The IDS31 series design has an optional black powder coated cover to enable the user to specify a closed frame construction allowing surface, pole, arm, or other standard VESA mounting systems. There’s a wide range of configurable options such as touch technologies, high brightness, and HDMI/Displayport™ interface.

The IDS31 series is designed with narrow bezels and the reduced thickness makes for good aesthetics in the end product along with a wide viewing angle and contrast for both portrait and landscape usage. Its narrow bezels and slim design maximize its usable area and minimize the challenges of industrial integration. The IDS31 series is fitted with its own video interface card, DVI/VGA inputs, optional USB for touch screen interfaces.

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