Available in 42, 49 and 55 inches, these display stands equipped with ShadowSense technology, can be installed both in vertical as horizontal, which provides flexibility to create self-service kiosks and point-of-sale displays.

Panasonic AF1-SST

The new range of displays multi-touch AF1-SST's Panasonic they incorporate ShadowSense technology, which makes them to be very precise and detect and switch between different input devices, such as fingers, pens and pointers.

Thanks to a wide range of sensors located in the upper part of the display, configurable through a control panel tool, the ShadowSense technology detects when the shadow of an object is approaching the screen to achieve precise results with a fast response time.

These display stands are ideal for digital signage applications since they have been manufactured with a sturdy structure that incorporates a tempered safety glass of 4 mm thickness, which provides a smooth and anti-glare surface on which easy to draw and write.

They are resistant to dirt and objects that can block the sensor, and are also prepared to work continuously, 24 × 7, allowing early warning software use to alert you if anomalies are detected.

Touch screen technology works even on very lit environments, while 500 cd/m² brightness and wide angle, provided by the IPS panel, facilitate the reading of the screens.

The new family of Panasonic screens are available in three formats: 42 inches (TH-42AF1-SST), 49 (TH-49AF1-SST) and 55 (TH-55AF1-SST), allowing to be installed both in vertical as horizontal orientation, which provides flexibility to create kiosks of self-service and point of sale displays.

All models of the series AF1-SST-powered OpenPort Platform, the operating system patented by Panasonic based on Android with SoC (System on a Chip) integrated, that eliminates the need for an external computer.

Touch navigation also allows to manage content by touching the screen itself, so it is not necessary to use a keyboard or a mouse. OpenPort Platform presents a wide range of features, including a built-in multimedia player, which plays a growing selection of CMS applications of signaling, whereupon these displays are very easy to install and manage.


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By • May 23, 2017
• Section: Digital signage, Display