In tune with its strategy of continuous innovation, Arthur Holm is launching the first professional 24” 4K motorised retractable monitor during the Integrated Systems Europe 2018 exhibition in Amsterdam.


The Full HD spec meaning 1080p (1,920 by 1,080) is quickly being overtaken by Ultra High Definition (UHD) which is commonly called 4K. A UHD or a 4K display is one with at least 8 million active pixels. It is four times the number of pixels on a 1080 p display, and over 23 times the resolution of a Standard Definition monitor.

That makes a significant jump in image clarity, assuming the system has native 4 K source contents to watch in that resolution.

The DB2 won a Red Dot Award because of its amazing design. It has 20° of adjustable inclination, the housing is made from solid aluminium and the operation button is placed on the top of the screen. The monitor provides a 2mm double-sided anti-reflective black edged glass. The retractable screen is configurable by way of a secondary LCD 2.2” display, and by remote control, being able to be configurable and operational without having to remove the monitor from the furniture. When the display is connected to the AH ERT interface, the intuitive addressing system facilitates the address configuration easier due to a single accessible push button.

The unit provides embedded speed and protection pre-sets to restore factory values and an auto-check diagnostic and internal protection functions as well as an auto calibration mode for mechanical speeds and safety parameters .It is firmware upgradeable through a USB port. A safety system detects obstructions (in this eventuality the unit stops). The adjustable mechanical parameters are operational via AHnet or ISD for calibration and mechanical adjustments.

Adjustable parameters of brightness, contrast and backlight are available via RS- 422. An auto calibration mode is available for mechanical speeds and safety parameters.

Arthur Holm Stand 11-F155