Open frame monitors for LCD touch screens
American Industrial Systems' open frame monitors with industrial TFT-LCD touch screen are designed to help simplify all aspects of machine-to-machine interface applications.
American Industrial Systems Inc's. (AIS) has supplied open frame monitors with industrial TFT-LCD touch screen for industrial OEMs and manufacturers as well as automation control and process systems designed to help simplify all aspects of machine-to-machine interface applications.
AIS open frame LCD monitors are fully-integrated, commercially off-the-shelf units that combine high-performance resistive touch screen and projected capacitive touch multi touch screen technologies, long-life lamp/LED unit and easy lamp/LED unit in industrial-grade LCD flat panels, with sleek and flush mount open frame front surface industrial design. The rugged all steel frames and highly-durable glass front surface provide the durability needed for demanding industrial environments. AIS full-range resistive touch open frame monitors are available in screen sizes from 8.4" to 21.5", while projected capacitive multi touch screen open frame monitors are in screen sizes 15" to 21.5".
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