The QX-Series multi-screen capable UHD displays are designed for demanding surveillance and digital signage applications. Multi-screen viewing enables simultaneous display of multiple signals with up to 4 split screens. In addition to simplifying hardware setup by enabling the use of one display in place of four 1080p monitors, the QX-Series provides the gain in clarity required for real-time and up-close monitoring in traffi c management centres, casinos, emergency operations centres and other public installations.
Don’t miss a single detail with this powerful 4K display. View smooth 4K video and graphics with a new level of detail and clarity. Off ering 8.3 million pixels, the QX-Series provides suffi cient resolution for even the most demanding surveillance and digital signage applications.
Its built-in RS-232 and Ethernet control capabilities make the QX-Series easy to control and integration a breeze. Whether it is a local serial management connection or a remote network installation, the QX-Series can be managed in multiple scenarios and applications.
Beyond traditional two-input Picture-by-Picture (PIP) feature, the QX-Series’ multi-screen viewer can display up to four full HD screens simultaneously from four different input sources. This advanced feature allows it to replace a typical four monitor setup and delivers four-quadrant viewing at crisp and true Full HD content.
Designed for 24/7 operation, these durable metal-housed displays protected with NeoV™ Optical Glass take advantage of superior components to ensure a long product lifetime. Its integrated HeatControl sensors automatically activate the internal cooling fans, which is crucial when the temperature rises in mission-critical installations.
PID Command & Ctrl is a software that allows users to control AG Neovo displays via LAN or RS232 connections. It provides a simple and intuitive interface for remote management, OSD-related settings, and easy control on deployed displays. It also can be used to create video walls within minutes and assist system integrators with setting up displays.