A ‘Strategic Commitment’ To Broadcasters From Densitron


A creator of display technology and visual control and embedded computing solutions founded in the early 1970s will be at the 2019 NAB Show in Las Vegas to demonstrate what it calls its “strategic commitment” to the broadcast industry.

Densitron will be showcasing its optical products and highlight a selection of new displays with high resolution, contrast and brightness, including advanced touchscreen technology.

The company’s continuing technical alliance with IPE Technologies, a designer and provider of software solutions, will also be noted.

The portfolio of new products launching in Las Vegas from Densitron includes new UReady USB rack-mounted solutions in 1U and 2U configuration. The units offer plug-and-play connectivity, Windows and Linux OS support and a 1440×240 (1U) 2880 x 240 (2U) resolution.

There are NAB debuts for two new 1080p resolution IPS displays. Optical bonded with Projective Capacitive Touch, and with HDMI and USBC interface options, the displays are available in 7” and 10.1” versions.

For control systems, picture editing and signal monitoring the 2U All Screen Design Display is a new touchscreen with 1920 x 285 resolution, an all-round viewing angle and 24-bit color depth. DVI, DP and VGA inputs are available.

Another NAB show launch is a 21.5” 2K Display. This touchscreen features a wide viewing angle for integration with audio and video mixing consoles.

Features such as mechanical touch buttons – integrated with PCT touch technology – will be demonstrated at the show. The mechanical touch buttons give users the ability to design dynamic button interfaces for any display modules.

Also showcased at NAB are a comprehensive range of Panoramic Displays. These space saving, lightweight, plug and play displays marry sleek industrial designs with high resolution specification. Available in 15.1”, 16.4”, 19.1” and brand new 28.5” sizes.

“A new era of how professional broadcast personnel interact with workflows has begun,” said Densitron Director of Product Development Martyn Gates. “This collaborative journey begins with our range of new products, including: applications in control, mobile production, editing and signal monitoring, with innovations from mechanical and haptic touch button technology to smartphone-quality optics to ensure our solutions meet the latest demands of the sector.”