Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America (SIICA), a division of Sharp Electronics Corporation (SEC), announces the addition of four new models to its award-winning Sharp 4K Ultra-HD resolution commercial LCD display line.
The new 43″ Class (42 ½” diagonal) PN-UH431, 50″ Class (49 ½” diagonal) PN-UH501, 55″ Class (54 5/8” diagonal) PN-UH551 and 86″ Class (85 5/8″ diagonal) PN-UH861 display join the 70″ Class (69 43/64” diagonal) PN-UH701 and 60″ Class (60 5/64” diagonal) PN-UH601 commercial displays which were launched last year. A recipient of the InfoComm 2018 Best of Show award from Sound and Video Contractor, the displays are ideal for hospitality, business and retail settings looking to excel at reaching their audiences. The true-to-life precision of 4K Ultra-HD resolution enables customers to see subtler textures and finer details in photos and video.
The PN-UH series of displays have a powerful RS-232C command set, which permits flexible remote control capabilities from connected devices. It also comes with lockout capabilities including a public mode function for environments that require more control over the content, such as airports, stores and restaurants. The displays are built with a large screen and slim bezel to ensure a pleasing appearance and minimal protruding parts, while still allowing for enhanced connectivity. Additionally, two HDMI™ inputs allow you to connect multiple HD sources, including digital signage and cable boxes, while a built-in USB port lets you present a variety of digital content. These models come with Sharp’s Limited 3-Year Advance Exchange Commercial Warranty.
“We are very pleased to offer our largest line of commercial 4K Ultra-HD displays to date,” said Gary Bailer, director of Product Management for Pro AV Products at Sharp Imaging and Information Company of America. “The broad range of screen sizes ensures that our customers can now employ uniform technology and imagery in a variety of locations and environments to suit individualized business needs. Their customers will be more informed, entertained and engaged than ever before.”―PR Newswire