Panasonic has launched the SF2 range of indoor display panels engineered for digital signage applications.
The full HD SF2 range replaces the LF8 indoor signage series and features new data cloning software, accessed via LAN, which allows for the copying of menu settings and adjusted values from the original display to multiple others. The E-LED LCD display is available in four sizes (43, 49, 55 and 65in), the adaptable screen features wide-view IPS panel technology with 450 cd/sqm, making it ideal for digital signage.
The addition of multi monitoring and control software enables users to monitor and control the displays alongside any projectors within a facility from a single PC. Up to 2,048 devices can be controlled simultaneously, suitable for use within corporate or education environments.
“We have engineered the SF2 series to offer failure-free round the clock operation,” said Enrique Robledo, European marketing manager at Panasonic. “The panel offers particularly impressive colour and brightness levels whilst also boasting incredibly low energy consumption, making it perfect for 24/7, high-profile operation.”
Released this month, the durable panel includes a failover and failback function, adding a layer of redundancy for signage applications as well as making it suitable for use within rental and staging.
The display also features a built-in USB media player and is equipped with synchronised power on/off for simple management of multiscreen installations.