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Arthur Holm presents Dynamic 3 at InfoComm

Andrew Brister 29 May 2012
Arthur Holm presents Dynamic 3 at InfoComm

If you are over in Las Vegas for InfoComm 2012, visit booth C9727 to experience Arthur Holm’s wide range of furniture-integrated moving screens, including the Dynamic 3 monitors. Arthur Holm provides a wide range of pop-up screens designed for furniture integration, with sizes ranging from 12 inches to 22 inches.  Dynamic 3 is a versatile system, available in 17-inch and 19-inch versions, which minimize the depth of the mechanism and which can be very easily integrated into tables in board, meeting and conference rooms and also into information counters. The screen can be rotated 180 degrees to ease sharing of the information and it can be folded into the desk with the screen either upwards or downwards. In the latter case, the back of the monitor housing can be covered with leather, wood or any other type of material to obtain a uniform desk finish. Dynamic 3 is available in both manual and motorized versions.  The Dynamic 3 range allows the keyboard and mouse to appear from the interior of the work surface by pressing a button. The screen can work both in vertical and in horizontal mode, and Arthur Holm claims that this is the only system on the market that allows a rotation of 180 degrees in addition to the folding movement. The system is closable in two positions; with the screen either facing up or facing down. The unit will automatically detect the screen position and display the image accordingly. When the screen is moving up, a tray is automatically raised to the desk level for use as a working surface.   All Dynamic products are available with the option of the ERT interface and AH net communication protocol; these have been developed to control, configure and diagnose Arthur Holm monitors. This system converts between RS-422 protocol and IP through a twisted pair CAT 5 Ethernet able. InfoComm 2012 is at the Las Vegas Convention Center from 13-15 June.

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