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Sanyo launches all-weather monitor


New display can be used in temperatures from -20°C to over 45°C


SANYO HAS revealed a new weatherproof monitor designed for use in high ambient light conditions, both indoors and outside. The CE42SR4 features a 1920 x 1080 full HD resolution and a contrast


brightness of the panel in line with the lighting conditions around it. It is driven by a standard backlight,


“The design of the LCD is such that any light falling onto it is


reflected back towards the viewer, increasing the brightness of the panel in line with the lighting conditions around it.”


ratio of 1000:1 which, according to the vendor, creates detailed and high- contrast pictures.


The design of the LCD panel is such


that any light falling onto it is reflected back towards the viewer, increasing the


which in a dark room would create a screen brightness of 500cd/m. However, in stronger light, the brightness of the LCD panel rises to a maximum of 1500cd/m, without increasing its power consumption. With IP66 protection as standard, the device can withstand high-pressure water jets and dust particles, making it ideal for outdoor use. A four millimetre anti- reflective tempered glass screen offers additional protection and readability, and an anodised aluminium cabinet means the CE42SR4 can be used at temperatures from -20°C to over 45°C. The monitor, which has a 9ms


reaction time, can be mounted in portrait or landscape mode. It features the option to be controlled over a network and can be used as part of a video wall of up to 25 monitors.


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