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Digital Signage

On-Board Temperature Sensors

11 June 2017

One of the functions supported by the LAN and RS-232 telemetry and control suite on some of the Digital View LCD controllers is the ability to poll for temperature. The following Digital View LCD controllers … [more]

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Large Screen Controller & Telemetry Chassis

1 June 2017

This chassis is an easy to install all-in-one large panel display connectivity solution that incorporates the display controller with HDMI and DisplayPort inputs.  It features connections for temperature sensors, fans and GPIO, as well as … [more]

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Digital Signage

LCD Controllers For Digital Signage

25 February 2017

Digital View has been providing solutions for the digital signage market for nearly 20 years, a market that is continuing to see strong growth. This experience has inevitably lead to us having a portfolio of digital … [more]

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Digital Signage

Specifics: Sensors & Digital Signage Displays

24 January 2017

I have mentioned support for sensors a few times in previous blogs, this time it is to look at some specifics of the support provided for sensors on various Digital View LCD controllers and the add-on … [more]

Digital View IP-60v2
Digital Signage

IP-60v2 Commands, Control, Monitoring

1 November 2016

The IP-50 Ethernet add-on for Digital View LCD controllers was first introduced in 2007 to provide an Ethernet interface for basic telemetry and the extensive set of controller commands. Since that time it has been enhanced … [more]

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Digital Signage

Latency – Time to Display

16 October 2016

I did an initial post on the topic of latency back in June, shown below is a more complete list of latency measurements for various Digital View LCD controllers. For many applications the latency caused … [more]

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Digital Signage

IP-60v2 Coming In January 2015

21 November 2014

The IP-60v2 provides a network interface for Digital View LCD controller boards and is the latest version following the earlier IP-60 and IP-50 models. As a quick overview of features: An interface board to communicate a serial, … [more]

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Daniel Sierra video on Digital View displays

8 May 2014

Here is a brief video showing ‘Oscillate’ by Daniel Sierra on a number of different Digital View displays in our Morgan Hill, California showroom. Looks great… Part of Digital View’s Artist of the Month Exhibition. … [more]

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Digital Signage

All the touch you can reach…

22 March 2014

Further to the earlier post about bonded glass video-wall displays for touch integration the news is that our touch options will extend from standard single display options, through 2×2 video-walls and beyond. The size limit … [more]

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Digital Signage

Video-wall Display Modules With Bonded Glass

17 February 2014

Video-walls with touch interactivity is on its way. As a first step in this process now supplies its 46″, 47″ and 55″ ultra-narrow bezel video-wall display modules with the all important protective glass front. The … [more]

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Digital Signage

ISE-2014 Amsterdam

5 February 2014

For ISE 2014 in Amsterdam this year Digital View / DV Signage hosted a booth with its European distribution partner Arrow. On the booth we showed: 6 x SignBox Synchronised 46” Displays 2 x PopStyles … [more]

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Selling Digital Art

28 October 2013

We have had an interest in digital art for some time but recently taken this a step further with the setup of our showroom in Morgan Hill, California, showcasing both video art and digital display … [more]

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Tintup – Instagram – Square Display

26 September 2013

Recently we have been testing the tintup.com social media feed system with our square displays to show Instagram photos. The system work really well and is a great way to create a feed for images … [more]

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Digital Signage

The Cube

11 September 2013

The cube is a 3D arrangement of 23″ LCD panels around a rigid aluminum chassis – each panel uses a low latency Digital View LCD controller. That is the technical explanation. From a visual perspective … [more]

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