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PN-L802B

Features

  • 80" Class (80" diagonal) Interactive Display System
  • Brilliant High Definition (1920 x 1080) LED Display
  • Display, Annotate, Store and Share Information
  • Built-In Templates, Calendar and To-Do Lists
  • Direct Sharp MFP Connectivity to Import/Export Data
  • 3-Year Onsite Limited Warranty; 24/7 Certified
  • Available as Bundle with PC and Stand: PN-L802B-PKG3
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Overview

The spectacular Sharp PN-L802B 80" Class AQUOS BOARD LED interactive display system with full 1920 x 1080 HD resolution offers a high quality, high impact alternative to interactive projectors in many corporate, government and educational settings. Use it as a digital whiteboard – as a multipurpose business tool with the included Sharp Pen Software™; use it as a data display for presentations, command and control and data viewing; use it as a remote collaboration tool to conduct webinars and video conferences; use it as an interactive signage monitor for wayfinding and other interactive applications. For versatility, performance and value, there’s never been a better time to think BIG – and think Sharp.

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Manuals

Software

Description File
Aquos Board Touch Driver v1.2.2.4 for MAC OS 10.9 (Mavericks) Download File
PenSoftware 2.x to 2.8 Updater (Compatible with Windows 8 and earlier) Download File
Windows Touch Panel Driver (Compatible with Windows 8 and earlier) Download File
AQUOS Board Touch Panel Driver for Macintosh v1.1.2.5 Download File
Display Management Tool v.1.0.2.8 - Remote management software to control PN series professional monitors Download File
L Series Display Installation Tool v1.0.2.3 – L Series installation software

Applicable models: PN-L602B/PN-L702B/PN-L802B

Download File
PN-ZC01 Touch Application Pad Software Utility Download File

Contracts

NJPA

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Collaborate Your Way

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New Interactive Digital Display Boards at Caldwell College

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From the Classroom to the Board Room