Samsung 32" Public Display PM32F
Premium TIZEN-powered displays built to handle any business need in a slim, captivating design.
- All-in-one display solution with embedded MagicInfo Player S4 powered by TIZEN™
- IP5x certification and non-glare panel to withstand a range of environmental conditions
- Sleek design with slim depth (29.9mm) and narrow bezels (6.9mm)
The all-new embedded media player powered by TIZEN™
The new 2016 SMART Signage that supports SSSP 4.0 allows for a stronger, faster and more stable performance than its previous models. Transcending past hardware performance, the new SSSP 4.0 enables CMS partners to develop and deploy advanced web applications which can help to effectively manage content and SMART Signage for their customers.
Offering robust options for content creation, scheduling and deployment tools
A key aspect of the enhanced TIZEN-based SSSP 4.0 platform, Samsung’s MagicInfo Player S4 enables users to fully leverage the power of their display network from any location through a centralized server. More useable than ever, MagicInfo Player S4 merges a dedicated Backup Player with DataLink content streaming capabilities to reduce the effort needed to share vital information.
Unlock easier and more flexible control due to a centralized infrared receiver
The standalone displays’ integrated centralized infrared receiver (IR) ensures easier and more flexible user control. All models can receive the IR signal on individual panels via Central IR. Through tailored installation or mounting, users can navigate the IR functionality from various locations, further augmenting uninterrupted performance.
Bring an end to unwanted glare and always be assured of high visibility and readability
Equipped with a non-glare frontal panel, the PHF and PMF Series displays reduce natural and ambient light interference to ensure continuous readability in any location. Image visibility and information readability are deemed to be very high, because it is less reflective under light or sunlight, which poses no issues when used with QSR menu boards, or airport flight schedule boards with ample natural light.