Everyone is familiar with commercial monitors, but industrial monitors are less well-known. In fact, the main differences between industrial monitors and commercial monitors lie in stability, anti-interference, image clarity, color reproduction, device ports, I/O interfaces, and heat dissipation architecture. So how do we judge the quality of an industrial monitor? There are actually many indicators to measure the quality of an industrial monitor. Due to the special nature of its usage, we generally consider photometric performance, protection level, and service life. As for other technical indicators, due to limited space, we will analyze them in subsequent articles, hoping to provide assistance to everyone.
Today, we will analyze how to choose a high-quality industrial display monitors focusing on contrast ratio, color saturation, brightness, viewing angle, protection level, and service life.
Industrial-grade monitors may be used in environments with relatively dim lighting. The higher the contrast ratio, the more suitable it is for work. 10.4-inch monitors and other mainstream sizes are very common in various industrial environments, and it is generally recommended for customers to choose monitors with a contrast ratio of 450:1.
In the process of industrial use, color saturation is an important consideration for monitors. To meet the demand, many people choose monitors with full color saturation.
Generally speaking, the brightness of industrial display monitors needs to be about twice as high as that of office monitors, reaching at least 200cd/m2 to meet the requirements of industrial environments.
Industrial operations are not like sitting in front of a computer staring at the screen. They require monitors with a wide viewing angle to cope with complex work environments.
Industrial monitors must have functions such as waterproofing and dustproofing to ensure stable operation. Currently, mainstream industrial monitors on the market can achieve IP65-level protection for the front panel. The IP65-level protection standard prevents the entry of any dust and foreign objects and can withstand continuous immersion in low-pressure water spray for 3 minutes. Dehao industrial monitors are also produced in accordance with this standard.
Industrial monitor is not replaced as frequently as home monitors. A service life of 3 to 5 years or even 10 years is normal. There is one point to note here: the service life of an industrial monitor is determined by many factors. Brands produced by reputable manufacturers like Dehao, the quality of materials, and rigorous quality inspection ensure the product's service life is higher than that of many small workshops. In terms of after-sales service and product quality assurance, Dehao provides more guarantee.