NEC Display Solutions Expands Affordable, Commercial-Grade MultiSync® 15 Series with Full High-Definition 46-Inch Display

nec-multisync-lcd4615NEC Display Solutions of America, a leading stand-alone provider of commercial LCD displays and projectors, announced a new addition to the successful MultiSync® 15 Series, the 46-inch LCD4615, which allows businesses on a modest budget to maximize its messaging with a cost-conscious solution for digital signage applications.

The MultiSync LCD4615 can be seen at the 2009 Digital Signage Expo (NEC Display Solutions Booth No. 1613) February 25-26, 2009 at the Las Vegas Convention Center in Las Vegas, Nev.

The full high-definition (HD) 1080p resolution (1920 x 1080) display offers an impressive 3000:1 contrast ratio and 450 cd/m² brightness. It includes DVI with HDCP, advanced multi-level thermal control with high temperature protection and up to 4×4 TileMatrix™ capabilities. The MultiSync LCD4615 is built for long-term reliability and is touch- and protective-panel-ready.

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The MultiSync LCD4615 has a high-performance public-display-grade panel and an abundance of advanced technologies that promote extended use for demanding environments with continuous operation. Its commercial-grade design addresses the needs of multiple markets implementing dynamic digital signage, such as retail environments, restaurants, indoor venues, training facilities, lobbies and corporate boardrooms.

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“The addition of the MultiSync LCD4615 to the 15 Series provides flexibility to organizations that require commercial-grade design and features in an affordable solution,” said Jean McLaughlin, Sr. Product Line Manager at NEC Display Solutions. “The capabilities of this high-definition 46-inch display include all the technologies needed to engage an audience in a powerful digital signage application while remaining cost-effective.”

The MultiSync 4615 display includes the following features:

* Public-display-grade panel, which offers additional protection against image retention
* Advanced thermal fan-based technology, which provides added security with overheating protection
* Comprehensive input panel including DVI with HDCP, 15-pin D-sub, component video, composite video and S-video
* Abundant and easy-to-use digital signage features
* Monitor control through RS-232 serial control
* Scheduler with round-the-clock feature, which allows for 7-day scheduling of content and powering of the display
* Screen saver feature
* Up to 4×4 TileMatrix capability with TileComp™, which compensates for the bezel width and creates a more seamless video wall
* NaviSet™, which offers easy adjustment of display settings (Administrator version offers remote advanced control and diagnostics capabilities)
* Landscape and portrait orientation

The MultiSync 4615 comes with a three-year limited parts and labor warranty and will be available for April 2009 shipment at an estimated street price of $2299.
Source: Press Release

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