“It wasn’t too long ago that you could only choose from bulky tube designs,” say Caltron President Jim Wang. “Thanks to LED technology, they can get better specs in a more flexible thin design – and they’re more environmentally friendly.”
The LBT-1042O LED monitors provide users with maximum functionality thanks to numerous inputs (DVI, composite video, S-Video, BNC), along with serial/USB touch interfaces. In addition to the standard LED monitors, Caltron also offers LBT-1042O in two touch-screen models, LBT-1042OTEAR (5-wire resistive touch screen) and LBT-1042OTEASU (surface acoustic wave touch screen). Best of all, Clatron’s LED monitors come at extremely competitive prices.
Today’s flat-panel LED technology gives solution providers and integrators a wider range of choices while offering cost- and energy-efficiency. Caltron’s LED monitors consume less power than traditional CCFL panels and contain no mercury; in terms of manufacturing, LBT-1042O monitors are much more environmentally friendly.
“LED panels are becoming more mainstream because of price, but they’re much more than a prettier picture,” says Wang. “LED’s lower thermal output and thin frame give users maximum flexibility for industrial or commercial settings.”
Regarding performance, Caltron’s FBT-1042 offers 74% greater brightness while using only 27% more power – a much better output-to-consumption ratio, including research-proven longer panel life spans (often double or triple traditional CCFL panels). Caltron’s FBT-1042 monitors also have a larger operational temperature range
compared to traditional operating temperature ranges: -30 to +85 °C [-20 to 185 °F] versus 0 to 50°C [32~122°F].
The LBT-1042O LED monitors are available immediately for standalone or OEM usage. For more information or exact product specifications, visit www.caltronind.com, email [email protected], or call 510-440-1800.
About Caltron Industries
Based in Fremont, California, Caltron Industries is a leading provider of digital signage, open-frame monitors, and touch-screen monitors. Founded in 1997, Caltron’s products offer the cutting-edge of technology and can easily be integrated into OEM opportunities.