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American Industrial Systems has released Power-over-Ethernet (PoE) interactive wall mount displays for digital signage and control system applications.
PoE technology transfers power and data to remote devices over standard twisted-pair Ethernet cabling. No modification of existing Ethernet cabling infrastructure required.
In addition to built-in PoE technology, the AIS displays come equipped with Intel's Atom processor. Institutions can deploy the 7- and 10.1-inch wall mount touch screen terminals into remote locations without the need for power cables.
Additional features of the 7-inch PoE panel PC include:
Features of the 10.1-inch PoE panel PC include:
For more information on AIS's PoE-powered touch screen displays, visit AIS's Web site.
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