Dynascan Displays Used in Polish Station

Dynascan has supplied high brightness displays through its local integrator, Dysten, for the Częstochowa Stradom railway station in Poland.

Krzysztof Szawerna, Dysten R&D Director said, “We tested a variety of competitive monitors from different manufactures with brightness levels as high as 1500 nits, but the brightness was not sufficient.” Dysten ultimately needed screens capable of producing a 2500 cd/m² image, designed for use in direct sunlight, would avoid the “blackening defect,” were readily available in the region and were cost-effective.

After analyzing the offering of various suppliers, Dysten selected DynaScan’s 47″ 3000 cd/m² high brightness LCD with narrow bezel (model DS471LT4). The screens were not only both bright enough for the application, but met all the parameters they and the customer were looking for. The screens were integrated into custom built free-standing kiosk enclosures that provide weather protection for the monitors, providing easily accessible—and readable—information systems for passengers.