PUBLIC DISPLAY MODE
From channel selection to energy-saving features, Public Display Mode allows you to control the TV settings in your business area prevent misuse by customers, set volume limits, or restore factory defaults on any TV. You are in control of it all.
The USB Cloning feature allows you to simply copy the TV settings onto all TVs using a USB stick, a process that is fully automated to save time without having to set each TV one by one.
Having a warm greeting message with your business area name and its logo on the TV when they enter the space will let them feel more welcome and cared for.
MHL connects smart phones to the TV instantly, mirroring content in HD quality, just like connecting a PC through an
HD cable. Moreover, it allows you to control the phone’s content on the TV with a remote control.
Via the TV's RS-232C port, you can remotely control multiple TVs' power and volume settings simultaneously.
Multi IR function eliminates the remote control signal interference between TVs in multiple dwelling rooms. This system will work using the same LG TV model.(Optional 124-213-10 required)
IR Out enables customized set‐top boxes to receive IR signals via LG TV Signage. This added convenience requires only simple connections and allows easy management using a single remote control.
EXTERNAL SPEAKER OUT
Enhance the entertainment experience by adding an additional speaker, visitors to listen to and control the TV audio from anywhere in your business area, including restrooms.
You can play images and videos from and record TV programs to external storage devices. Immediate recording and reserved recording options are available.
Energy Guide for 22, 29, 32, and 39LY340C
The estimated annual energy cost determined in accordance with 16 CFR Part 305.5 for models 39LY340C, 32LY340C, 29LY340C, 22LY340C are $6, $5, $4 and $3 respectively.
“Your energy cost depends on your utility rates and use. The estimated cost is based on 11 cents per kWh and 5 hours of use per day. For
more information, visit www.ftc.gov/energy.”*
*FTC Television labeling rule (18 CFR Part 305, as added by 76 Fed. Reg. 1038 (Jan 6, 2011)).