Sharp NEC Display Solutions, a global leader in the projector and display market, announced its upgraded E Series standalone large format displays. Designed with corporate, education and indoor digital signage applications in mind, the improved E Series delivers 4K UHD resolution with a slim bezel design, giving users the opportunity to quickly and effectively share content, whether in small information installations or built-in solutions.
The E Series is the perfect introduction to the world of professional digital signage.
Designed for straightforward, standalone operation, the E Series features LAN connectivity to give users the ability to control, Monitor and manage the display remotely through Sharp/NEC’s NaViSet Administrator 2. The E Series also features two USB connections – a USB media player for audio, video or image files to be displayed for signage purposes and a USB-C external power supply. Available in 32, 43, 49, 55 and 65-inch displays, the E Series features an integrated ATSC/NTSC tuner and dual 10W speakers for the larger displays. The 32” E328 features FHD resolution, along with integrated 5W speakers.
Featuring industry standard digital and analogue signal inputs, the E Series allows for flexible integration into AV infrastructures. Its slim, lightweight design and integrated speakers enable simple, low-cost installation, while its energy-efficient backlit LED display, backed by Energy Star 8.0 certification, ensures lower carbon footprint, low power consumption and longer backlight lifetime.
The sleek new design of the displays with a flat rear cover make for easy mounting, and new simple controls for on-screen configuration through the addition of a new joystick. The 55 and 65-inch options also include handles for easy transportation and installation. The E Series comes outfitted with a temperature sensor and ambient light sensor, 24-hour on/off scheduling feature and sleep timer to ensure efficient use. For your security, the E Series supports infrared lock to disable the infrared remote control to block unauthorized persons from accessing the display.
“The updated E Series displays give users a flexible, intuitive solution to get digital signage up and running quickly,” said Horacio Alzate, product manager for Sharp/NEC. “Offering an 8000:1 contrast ratio, 72% color gamut for crystal clear content, more vibrant colors and a clearer image, the E Series gives organizations the opportunity to grab and retain the attention of their audiences from corporate breakrooms to school hallways and beyond.”