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Free Advice & Knowledge Base

We aim to give our customers the best service and care that we can, so we have put together a page full of free Technical Knowledge, Video Tutorials and User Guides.

This will hopefully help you learn more about LCD display solutions and your options so you can make the best decision when it comes to buying your own LCD Display.

Video Tutorials

Sunlight Readability

IP65 & 67

Vandal Proofing

Knowledge Guides

We have also put together some useful ‘Knowledge Guides’!

Replacing an LCD panel

Changing an Inverter

Replacing the AD Board

Mounting Options

All About Power Supplies

Types of Touch Screens

Let us help you make the best display choice. What sector are you in?

Sunlight Readability

Is your application outdoors? If so it may well need a Sunlight Readable LCD Panel to ensure that the content doesn’t get distorted.

Optical Bonding & Anti-Fogging

Will the Rugged LCD monitor be used Outdoors in all types of weather? Then you need to consider “Optical Bonding” to eliminate any chance of condensation.

Vandal proof displays

Vandalism of Outdoor display is a clear and present issue. So when designing the Outdoor LCD monitors consideration should be given to this factor.

Power Requirements

It is very important to consider the power availability before you finalise the location of the Outdoor LCD Monitor. Failing to consider this could be the failure of the project or at least significant cost and expense.

Electrical Compliance and Safety

Consider the location and you mounting of the display very carefully as you do not want to be in contravention of nay Heath and Safety laws, particularly if you our mounting the display in a public place. Take advice from your local planning department.

Mounting & Location

Some of these Outdoor LCD Monitors are very heavy, so carefully planning needs to take place when looking at mounting options. There is an abundance of LCD Monitor brackets out there but double check weight loading etc.

06Jul 18

IEC 945 was originally produced to give test methods and, where appropriate, limit values to the IMO Resolution A.574(14) which was a recommendation on general requirements for electronic navigational aids.…

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16May 18

As we move to our new site, we'll be working tirelessly to bring you advice and updates from this page. Stay tuned!

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