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18.02.2015

Embedded World: i-sft offers thermal optimization for displays from every manufacturer

Gundersheim, 18 February 2015. German company i-sft converts displays from every manufacturer so they will deliver the same luminance and light distribution while the heat output is significantly reduced, in best cases by half. With this service, the experience of i-sft’s experts in displays and technologies is exclusively offered to industrial distributors, value added resellers, system integrators, and other companies involved in B2B distribution. Using i-sft as their extended workbench, they can market the thermally optimized units as an addition to their own portfolios. At Embedded World 2015, Ruediger Simon from i-sft will already meet with the first users of this service. He can be contacted by phone at +49 (0)177 8011280 for arranging appointments at the trade fair.

Excessive heat development is one of the biggest problems in embedded design. Technology by i-sft makes it possible to reduce the heat output of a display unit from 50 watts to 25 watts, for example, while the luminance remains unchanged. This equates to a 100 per cent increase in efficiency.  

A service provider with more than 20 years’ experience in the development and repair of display installations, i-sft knows many of the errors caused by excessive thermal load from their own analysis and has developed suitable solutions. In order to thermally optimize display specifically for the embedded market, i-sft now offers these solutions to all companies involved in distribution for this market.

The solutions developed by i-sft harness elemental physical processes. Therefore, they are not limited to specific designs by any particular manufacturer. After the conversion, i-sft puts the optimized display units back into their original housings. Past experience has shown that the vast majority of displays designed for projects in the capital goods sector are suitable for such modification.

Typical embedded applications that can benefit from displays with reduced heat development include PIDs (public information displays), devices for medical diagnosis such as ultrasonic systems, service and charge columns (kiosks), industrial PCs, human-machine interfaces, and many more.

The work of i-sft in the field of displays and technologies is guided by the motto ‘coaching – solving – products.’ On its video channels, the company presents information about the services that are respectively summed up by the terms ‘coaching’ (http://youtu.be/AnJfIrwac00), ‘solving’ (http://youtu.be/bDn5Z5jp1ug), and ‘products’ (http://youtu.be/TfYKMYx-L-A).

Embedded World, Nuremberg, 24 to 26 February 2015

About i-sft:
i-sft GmbH is a leading “global player” for tailor-made display solutions in the capital goods sector and offers  highly specialized technology services in this area, such as trouble-shooting, failure analysis, consulting,  and display-specific measurements. Started in 1993 as a research department within the Siemens group, i-sft was established as an independent company within the Wammes Group in 2003. The company, based in Gundersheim/Germany, develops and manufactures customer-specific display solutions that are used in the most demanding applications of international customers. On the interactive website www.i-sft.com, interested parties can configure their individual displays and request quotations.

more information:
i-sft GmbH                        
Ruediger Simon,  An der Weidenmuehle 2,  67598 Gundersheim,  Germany    
Tel.: +49 (0) 6 244  91 97-300, Fax: +49 (0) 6 244  91 97-111
Mobile +49 177  8011280            
E-Mail: ruediger.simon@i-sft.de, Internet: www.i-sft.de

PR contact:
Konzept PR GmbH, Agentur für Public Relations
Gerald Fiebig, Leonhardsberg 3, 86150 Augsburg, Germany
Tel.:+49 (0) 8 21 343 00-19, Fax: +49 (0)8 21  343 00-77    
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