Touch Screen Outdoor Display

By | September 5, 2023
Touch Screen Outdoor

Outdoor Display 2799L 27″

outdoor display

Gas pump kiosk

Elo’s 27-inch touch screen outdoor display monitor, boasting 1500 NITs brightness and IK10 vandal-proof rating, ensures 24/7 performance, even in direct sunlight. Readable with polarized sunglasses, it thrives in extended temperatures. Ideal for payment systems, signage, and charging stations, this brilliant, optically bonded weatherproof monitor features edge-to-edge glass for seamless outdoor enclosure integration.

Built to perform outdoors, Elo’s 2799 weatherproof monitor offers IP66 and NEMA 4X when integrated into an enclosure as well as IK10 impact protection. With extended operating temperatures from -20 to 60 degrees Celsius, the integrated outdoor digital signage display can withstand harsh physical and thermal requirements.

To provide unmitigated performance from day to night, the ambient light sensor automatically adjusts the display’s brightness to optimize power  consumption, extend the life of the display, and enhance the viewing experience.

Elo’s 2799L outdoor monitor enables you to create reliable outdoor kiosks that will capture audiences and differentiate your sunlight-readable outdoor display.

  • Charging Stations
  • Payment & Ticketing
  • Vending Machine
  • Outdoor ATM & Banking
  • Wayfinding & Signage

Transform Elo touchscreens into an affordable, scalable, single-architecture media platform with EloView® and the Android Backpack. With simplified content-delivery and remote-management capabilities, managing isolated outdoor kiosks out-of-the-box is simplified.

Touch Screen Video



Built-in Thermal
Compliant with
UL-60950 & IK-10
& Nema 4x
OEM Life Cycle
Ready for
24/7 Use

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Author: Staff Writer

Craig Keefner -- With over 40 years in the industry and technology, Craig is widely considered to be an expert in the field. Major early career kiosk projects for him include Verizon Bill Pay kiosk and hundreds of others. Craig helped start kioskmarketplace before leaving. Note that the point of view here on kioskindustry is not necessarily the stance of the Kiosk Association or