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OLED TV´s  provide a very beautiful picture and are therefore particularly suitable for advertising purposes. However, the lifetime of OLED technology is still relatively short and the colours age at different speeds. Therefore, there are currently no large OLED panels for industrial applications.
In principle, the following must be kept in mind when using consumer televisions:

Yes you can use our flexyPage Boxed controller to use flexyPage Campaign on your existing monitors in the lobby. You can connect the flexyPage media controller via HDMI cable with your monitor. 
Please adjust the following settings on your monitor for the best user experience.

Configuration HDMI Screens

HDMI screens can have different options/settings which are important. The following list should name all options which we have detected on different screens.

Yes, flexyPage displays can be installed horizontally as well as vertically.

We only use displays matching the industry standard. They have a wide viewing angle (> 160°) in all directions. In addition we offer anti-glare plexiglass and safety glass for protection. This way the displayed content can be viewed well from all sides. 

The displays are communicating with the I/O-modules via CAN-open messages, which are defined in the CAN-open Lift standard. The modules of all manufacturers supporting this standard can be used. On the market, these modules are offered with 8, 16 or 32 I/Os and some of them can also be extended with more I/Os. 

If you like to link more than one display, you only have to connect the CAN-bus and LAN interfaces of the displays. Than you can setup the widgets on the displays in the way you needed for your application. The connected displays act like a single display. 

Yes, you can use the flexyPage displays in all existing elevators also if the elevator dosen't support the CANopen-Lift standard. 

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