It offers the same resolution and aspect ratio as a 21" monitor on a slightly smaller image area. Priced starting at $1,220, it is available with touchscreen or protective window in either stainless or black powder coated steel and has all the industrial features you have come to expect from Hope Industrial, including UL certification for use in Type 4/4X/12 environments.
- 20" display
- 1600 x 1200 resolution (4:3 aspect ratio)
- Bright (300 nits), high contrast display
- Protective window (tempered safety glass or acrylic) or resistive touchscreen
- Small footprint - it has the same bezel dimensions and cutout size as our 19" monitor!
- UL certified for Type 4/4X/12 environments
- UL 508A Listed
- Temperature rated to 50°C
- High shock and vibration ratings
- 3-year warranty
- Available for immediate shipment
So why has HIS introduced a 20" monitor when you already have a 19" and 21"?
The answer is simple: the 21" monitor is going away; nobody is making 21" panels any longer. In fact, we made a last time buy of 21" panels from our suppliers over a year ago.
The 21" monitor had a 4:3 aspect ratio (height:width) but a 19" monitor is 5:4. This means for some customers, displays created for the 21" might not render accurately on the 19" (circles might look oblong).
So, we are introducing the 20" models for those customers who want:
1. a large display in the same size range as a 21" (11% difference in image area)
2. 1600 x 1200 resolution
3. 4:3 aspect ratio
Also, for those customers who have been using our 21" we are introducing an adapter that allows you to install the 20" monitor into the same cutout. With this adapter, the 20" is a drop-in replacement for our 21" unit.
How are the HIS 19" and 20" monitors different from each other (besides the 1")?
First, here's what is exactly the same:
- Bezel dimensions
- Cutout size
- Touchscreen technology
- Video and touchscreen connectors
The main differences:
- Display resolution (1280 x 1024 vs. 1600 x 1200)
- Aspect ratio (5:4 vs. 4:3)
- Image size (10% difference)
Other than the display resolution, the 19" and 20" monitors are drop-in replacements for each other.
How can I find out more?
Visit our web site, where you can find pictures and prices for all of our products, mechanical drawings, detailed product specifications and data sheets, user manuals, and much more.
For more information about our company or our products, contact Hope Industrial Systems at:
Web site: HopeIndustrial.com