How do you remotely check whether your displays are working as expected, display a frozen image or no signal at all? Control systems such as PCs, IPCs or converter cards cannot determine whether a display is actually intact via the data and backlight connection itself. With our new IF444 sensor, we will be offering a solution for this from autumn 2021 that enables functional testing without on-site inspection.
The sensor can be integrated into PC or SBC systems or used in conjunction with TFT controllers such as our Prisma cards. The warning in the event of a fault is provided by a digital and visual signal, as well as an acoustic signal if desired.
The IF444 Frozen Screen Sensor can be used under Windows as well as Linux. The sensor is mounted by gluing it in a corner of the active display area. For existing systems you can mount the sensor mechanically yourself or you can order TFT modules already modified by us.
For this purpose, the TFT module is dismantled and a piece is cut out in the frame at the sensor mounting position. The IF444 is then fixed to the TFT surface. Of course, bonding options are also available here.
The cost-efficient addition of our remote diagnostics to existing systems and new designs enables you to react quickly in the event of a failure in locally distributed systems in 24/7 operation.
You can find out exactly how our remote diagnostics work in the accompanying flyer.