Panasonic TH-55LF80U LF80 - 55" Class (54.6" viewable) LED display

Mfg.Part: TH-55LF80U | CDW Part: 3854329 | UNSPSC: 43211902
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Product Details
  • 55" Class (54.6" viewable)
  • LF80 LED display
  • digital signage
  • 1080p (Full HD) 1920 x 1080
  • edge-lit
  • black
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Main Features
  • 55" Class (54.6" viewable)
  • LF80 LED display
  • digital signage
  • 1080p (Full HD) 1920 x 1080
  • edge-lit
  • black
This stylish design blends in with surrounding spaces and fills the screen with images. Since the LF80 series blends in with almost any surroundings and the screen is nearly filled with images, this display has a powerful, eye-catching impact. Performance with high level brightness is required for some signage and other professional applications. This allows images to be beautifully displayed even in large, brightly lit spaces, such as train stations and airports. There is very little change in color, compared with the VA panel, when the screen is viewed at right or left angles, so the images are crisp and clear. This is ideal for providing correct information to places with a lot of people present, such as public spaces and facilities. The LF80 series is designed for use in either portrait or horizontal orientation with no effect on panel color and lifespan, further reducing TCO. A tilt installation up to 45 degrees forward or backward is also possible. The angle can be adjusted for easy viewing when installed in a high location. The use of highly durable panel materials and quality electronic components ensures dependable 24-hour operation seven days a week. This makes the LF80 series ideal for installation in public places, surveillance centers, and other applications where absolute reliability is critical.