Pulling apart a Digital Signage Stand
Digital Signage stands are now becoming more popular and last week we had the opportunity to open our 42″ LCD Advertise Me stand so I thought I’d blog about it. Firstly, let’s look at the enclosure of the stand. The outer shell of the enclosure is made out of black aluminum and inner shell is made out of iron. There is also a 6mm tampered glass at the front of the enclosure and this makes is look very professional. The only bad thing is the reflection. Here’s a few pictures of the stand showing our Advertise Me desktop image:
There are three components at back of the stand:
1. one is to access the back of the screen which includes the system boards and speakers
2. a small panel to access the network port, CF card and USB port
3. bottom of the panel to access the run the network cable
By removing several screws, and two pins on the power switch you can then remove the LCD screen from the enclosure.
Putting the screen back into the stand was quite straight forward and didn’t take that long. In one of the future posts we’ll show you how easy it is to manage the stand. If you need a digital signage stand or even a quote for your project let us know.
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