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Lanner has released an interactive platform aimed at the narrowcasting segment of the digital-signage market.

The LEC-7030 platform features both S-Video and RCA Audio inputs.

Additional features include an onboard 1.6GHz Intel Atom with VGA and DVI-D video outputs.

The VGA and DVI-D video outputs can be connected to any digital-signage screen to produce vivid video and audio.

Utilising both outputs can increase the surface area of the message and increase signage effectiveness.

Applications include high-impact advertising screens in locations such as shopping malls and tourist destinations and for mass transport.

By designing the LEC-7030 to have both analogue S-Video and RCA Audio inputs, Lanner has enabled an additional signage functionality.

By setting an external camera connected via the S-Video port, this platform can record data regarding customer viewership, allowing the user to act upon that data to increase his or her signage effectiveness.

The company claims that, unlike IP cameras, the S-Video input can provide high-quality video footage at a low price, without affecting network capabilities.

Hardware specifications for the LEC-7030 include an onboard 1.6GHz Intel Atom (N270) and an Intel 945GSE+ICH7M chipset.

The LEC-7030 can hold up to 2Gb of RAM through a single SODIMM socket.

It supports one 2.5in (6.4cm) SATA HDD, DOM and Compactflash.

As for input/output (I/O) ports, there are two RS-232 COM ports, one Digital I/O, four USB 2.0 ports and one RJ45 GbE port.

There are also RCA outputs for high-quality sound.

With industrial components, the LEC 7030 has been tested for a temperature range between -10C to +55C.

It is compatible with both Linux kernel 2.14.6 and above, along with both Windows XPE and Windows XP 32-bit.

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