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- Outdoor AIO or Touch LCD

Outdoor kiosk

Features and Options:

- 18.5" to 55" Outdoor All-weather kiosk
- Intel J1900/i3/i5/i7 6th Gen
- 2GB Nvidia GT730 Dedicated Video
- Touch LCD only (no PC) also available
- 1000-2000 NIT LCD brightness (check size)
- 8GB Wide-temperature RAM
- Wide-temperature SSD
- Optional broadband modem
- Optional 5MP Camera + MIC
- Optional C920 Webcam + MIC
- Optional integrated barcode scanner
- Optional integrated insert card reader
- Optional NFC reader
- Optional heavy-duty wall-mount brackets
- 6mm AR coated Vandal-proof tempered glass
- IP-65 (water) sealed enclosure
- 10 Point PCAP Touch
- Integrated Heater and Forced-air Cooling Fans
- Integrated lightning strike suppression
- 2x 5W speakers

ODK Dimensions  - ODK Spec Sheet - ODK Wall-mount Example
Outdoor Kiosks
The P6 & P5 Outdoor Touch Kiosk Series offers a heavy steel gauge, outdoor powder coat IP-65 touch kiosk available in 18.5", 21.5", and 27" LCD display sizes. These outdoor kiosks feature an integrated heating and cooling system with allows them to function in a wide range of temperatures and climates.  The enclosure is finished with a silver outdoor powder coat applied over galvanized steel, and is gasket-sealed with waterproof compression fittings ........... 

Outdoor Kiosk 

ODK Series Outdoor Kiosk Standard General Specifications
Display Panel Size 18.5" to 55"
Glass 6mm AR Vandal-proof tempered glass
Aspect ratio 16:9
Backlight LED
Display color 16.7M
Resolution Depends on screen size
Brightness 18.5" to 27":1000nits, 32" to 47":1500nits, 55": 2000nits
Viewing Angle 178°
Response time 8ms typical
Backlight lifetime 50000hours
Ambient Light Sensor Automatically adjusts LCD brightness to ambient light
Luminosity Stability 10000 hours brightness attenuation 5~10%
LCD Input (LCD only) HDMI (used for touch LCD only models)
PC Specs CPU INTEL J1900 or i3/i5/i7 6th Gen Processors
Chipset Intel H110GT (6th Gen)
RAM  8GB Wide-temperature RAM (upgradeable to 16GB)
Hard Drive 2.5" Wide-temperature SATA SSD
Chipset Integrated HD4400 Graphics 2GB NVidia for i3/i5/i7
Output VGA+HDMI Single display, dual display
Network 1*RTL8111E,10/100/1000M(RJ45LAN)
WIFI 2*WIFI Module support 802.11b/g/n
Video 2GB Nvidia GT730 Dedicated Video
USB2.0 2*USB 2.0
USB3.0 2*USB 3.0 -- i3/i5/i7 have 4X USB 3.0 only
Capacitive touch Touch points 10 points 
Touch method Capacitive
Performance Outdoor water-proof and anti-glare
Outdoor AR coated glass Substrate Anti-reflective glass/Laminated glass
Substrate thickness 6mm
Light transmittance ≥94%
Reflectivity ≤5.5%
Audio Specifications Outdoor waterproof, high and low temperature resistance
Speaker Size 2.5inch
Power 10-20W
Heating/Cooling system Heater Built-in heater
Cooling System: Forced air Fan cooling
Fans: Long life, low noise ball bearing intelligent forced cooling fan
Enclosure/Environmental Protection grade All-weather outdoor, Entire Enclosure Sealed to IP65
Housing structure Galvanized steel with powder coating
Power supply input  AC110VAC
Mounting Optional heavy duty wall-mount brackets
Working/storage humidity 10%-90%


Outdoor kiosks by definition cost considerably more than indoor kiosks because of the many upgrades and changes needed for a kiosk to operate in wide temperature ranges and weather.

Outdoor kiosks require water-sealed, outdoor powder coated enclosures, internal heating and cooling systems, wide-temperature RAM and wide-temperature solid state drives, high-brightness LCDs with cooling technology to allow exposure to sunlight, and several other outdoor kiosk modifications.

One fundamental question is how is the outdoor kiosk mounted? To a wall, or on a stand? A wall-mount is lower cost and works great if you happen to have a wall in the right place, while a stand can be deployed anywhere but is typically more costly.

Orientation to the sun is also critical to deploying outdoor kiosks. Although these kiosks are hardened against damaging sunlight exposure, prolonged direct sunlight can still damage an outdoor kiosk LCD. A North/South facing direction is recommended to minimize sunlight exposure.

This cost can vary from a low-end J1900 CPU with 4GB RAM and onboard video to an i7 CPU with 32GB RAM and a 4GB video card.

The PC used in the kiosk is no different from a functional perspective than any desktop PC. Like a desktop PC, there are configuration choices including CPU, RAM, graphics, connectivity, and operating system that must be tailored to the software application that will be running on the kiosk.

Also, does the kiosk need to connect to the internet? How? WiFi, wired LAN, or 3G/4G cellular? All of these choices impact the price.

The choices made can vary the cost from no touch, or display only, to interactive touchscreen.

When no touch is used, the outdoor kiosks is more like a digital sign allowing no user interaction.

A touchscreen is by far the most popular choice as it allows the user to interact with the software as though they were using a mouse. Touch works best on a larger screen size when the user is presented with clear touch choices on the kiosk screen, with little or no keyboard input required. If some keyboard input is required, a virtual keyboard can be used for that.

Kiosk peripheral choices can range from none to many including credit card readers, barcode scanners, cameras, and more.

Peripheral choice is tied to the application. For example, a payment kiosk may require a credit card reader or a chip reader while an internet access kiosk or information kiosk usually has no peripheral requirements.


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