Sharp debuts 70-inch entry-level PN-Q LED digital signage

posted on Monday, 5th June 2017 by Steve May

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Sharp is now shipping its ‘affordable’ 70-inch PN-Q digital signage display. Accompanying 60-, 80- and 90- models will follow in June. The range employs Sharp’s unique UV2A technology and advanced anti-glare coating, along with remote controllability via RS-232 or LAN.

Kevin English, Visual Solutions Product Manager, Sharp Business Systems UK, said: “The PN-Q range (pictured below) offers a compelling mix of large sizes, professional features and affordability. It has all of the flexibility and functions that end users will need and makes sure that we have a powerful presence in more categories than ever before. This is central to our commitment to becoming an attractive, mainstream vendor.”

PN-Q701_front _horizontal _with _stand

Seven displays from Sharp’s step-up PN-R and PN-Y ranges, first seen at ISE, are now also available. 

The 700cd PN-R displays are intended for constant use in busy locations and have fire-proof metal cabinets, making them suitable for airport installations. Aailable in 42-, 49-, and 55-inch screen sizes, they offer (together with the PN-Y range) a unique variety of installation options, including tilted forward (face-down) or backward (face-up) by up to 90 degrees as well as landscape and portrait modes.

All PN-R displays also feature a Mini OPS extension slot for easier integration into a wider range of applications. The three Mini OPS modules introduced by Sharp include a PC module using Intel’s low temperature CPU for cable-free integrated computing power, a Wireless module for quick and easy BYOD screen sharing, and a HDBaseT module which provides a simple solution to long distance signal cabling between the display and HDMI devices.

The updated PN-Y series includes an embedded USB media player with Sharp’s Content Distributor software for an easy-to-use ‘plug and play’ signage solution. The automatic default to USB also means the screen will never go blank, even if the signal to one of the video inputs is interrupted. The PN-Y series comes in 32-, 43-, 49- and 55-inch screen sizes.

For more information on Sharp Visual Solutions visit its official site here.

Steve May

Inside CI Editor Steve May is a freelance technology journalist, who also writes for T3, TechRadar, Home Cinema Choice and ERT (amongst others).

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