Touch Screen Viewable in Direct Sunlight

4 to 5 times brighter than standard monitors

Arlington Heights, Illinois (June 25, 2013) - Seeing images on any type of screen (video monitor, cell phone, laptop) can be very difficult, or impossible, in daylight or direct sunlight. Their screens are simply not bright enough. The newest member of the rugged TRU-Tuff Series monitors, the SRMTR-10.4V Sunlight Readable touch screen from TRU-Vu Monitors, features a 1,000 nits brightness screen. This is 4 to 5 times brighter than standard monitors, and enables you to see clear, sharp, vivid color images, even with bright sunlight falling directly onto the screen.


The SRMTR-10.4 offers a 5-wire resistive touch screen, 800 x 600 resolution and VGA input in a rugged, powder-coated steel enclosure. It also features exclusive TRU-Tuff treatment for maximum shock and vibration resistance. It can be powered by 12 VDC or 90-240 VAC, and is backed by a full 3-Year Warranty.

TRU-Tuff Series monitors have been successfully deployed in a wide range of industrial, A/V, broadcast, digital signage, commercial and military applications including live broadcasts, advertising, digital menu boards, storefront signs, control panels and systems, and more.

About the Company:
TRU-Vu Monitors, Inc., a leading supplier of LCD displays, provides a wide range of customizable, industrial-grade LCD monitors. This includes sunlight-readable, optically-bonded, touch screen, medical-grade displays, open frame, rack mount, panel mount, waterproof, and standard monitors in sizes from 3.5" to 52". All are backed by a 3-Year Warranty. All monitors can be customized/modified to meet specific application requirements. TRU-Vu monitors can also be private-labeled with your company's name, logo and unique model number.

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