Eyevis LCD monitors for continuous ops

Eyevis is tackling screen burn-in with new LCD display versions, the EYE-LCD-4200-24NB and EYE-LCD-4700-24-NB.

Both displays are designed for continuous operation, have a narrow bezel of 15 mm and a robust aluminium chassis, which makes them suitable for installation in modular video wall arrays.

The monitors have native full HD resolution and are 42” and 47”. They are equipped with various input possibilities for video and data signals. In total the displays provide two Scart, for video three Cinch, one Mini-DIN, for audio four Cinch, for PC 15 pin HD-Sub, serial nine Pin HD-Sub, digital PC/video interface two HDMI (DVI-D), PC Audio input two Cinch, audio output four Cinch.

Video setup is handled by an internal scaler with a matrix function for predefined clusters like 2x2, 3x2, 3x2, 3x3, 3x4, 4x3 and 4x4. The displays can be used in landscape or portrait mode.

Eyevis claims the displays can be operated continuously when observing certain prescriptive limits and when using them within recommended operating conditions. The company has integrated several optimised features, designed to increase the lifetime of the system and for protection.

-Black and White Optimisation:

Optimises the display of very small details. Particularly in dark areas, even the smallest details - not visible on conventional displays - can be displayed generating an extremely brilliant and high-contrast image.

-Intelligent cooling concept:
The intelligent cooling system works in two cycles, an open loop and a closed loop. Depending on the display size and its power consumption, one, two or more air ventilation ducts can be integrated. Furthermore, a special sealing method avoids dust accumulation inside the display. The cooling system is very energy efficient and maintenance-free, reducing the cost of ownership.

-Dynamic control of contrast:
A very complex technique allows incessant correction of both the backlight brightness and contrast of the TFT cells, resulting in a natural, very high-contrast image. Additionally, this results in reduced power consumption.

-Intelligent Dynamic Noise Control:
Intelligent algorithms suppress the "noise" typical for analogue signals, while optimising image performance.

-Dynamic Pixel Refresh:
A special system driving the TFT cells avoids image sticking and increases display lifetime considerably.

-Dynamic Pixel Shift:
Continuous shifting of the entire image in different directions prevents image sticking. At normal viewing distance, this is almost not visible. If required by the application, the shifting area can be adjusted manually.

-Smooth Contrast:
An intelligent scaling mechanism smoothes extreme contrast transitions. This process avoids the so called boundary line image sticking, which occurs at "hard" transitions (e.g. black to white). If required, the degree of "softening" can be adjusted manually.

-True Film Function:
True Film Function uses special algorithms allowing film reproduction (DVDs) in good quality. This applies not only to commercial standard definition DVD material, but also to DVD films in HD 1080i (e.g. Blu-Ray).