The new addition, the TH-65EF1, is integrated into its range of standard displays that stand out as being lightweight, robust and incorporate a USB media player that lets you view synchronized content on multiple panels.

Panasonic has expanded its range of digital signage solutions network with the launch of the screen 65-inch TH-65EF1. A team that joins the series of standard professional formats comprising screens ranging from 32 to 84 inches manufacturer. Each includes a USB media player, eliminating the need for a decoder or a connected PC.

"It is an addition to the range of standard screens Panasonic, which stand out as being lightweight, robust and offer excellent connectivity options option," said Enrique Robledo, Panasonic marketing director for Europe.

The LAN connection allows changes of content and programming by Panasonic Multi Control Monitoring software. These screens also offer the ability to view synchronized content on multiple panels via the USB media player, when connected via a LAN or hub.

These displays support a total of 59 types of signal PC and panels provide connectivity through HDMI, DVI-D, USB, PC / component video, plus input terminals and LAN output, RS-232C and IR ports.

Also, the panels incorporate a thin frame of 13.9 mm at the lower edge and 14.9 mm in the rest, plus automatic detection system and signal exchange, which guarantees the projection of the last signal, either digital or analog.

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By • 24 Jan, 2017
• Section: Digital signage, Display

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