22'' Infrared Touchscreen Game LCD Monitor For Fox 340 Pog T340 (Pot O Gold) Wms

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Best supplier of LCD's  To USA gaming!!


open frame lcd touch screen monitor for Pot O Gold (T340)/ WMS gaming machines!!! 

 

Support southern gold,gold touch, pot o gold game etc


 Accessories: power cord, adaptor, VGA cable, RS232 cable and CGA/VGA converter


1) Size: 15'' 17'' 19'' 22''.

2) IR touch sceen, accurate touch, fast response!

3) CGA,VGA resolutions

4) With bezel optional

5) compitable with 3M

6) Seriel/ RS232 port

7) Ideal for use in Amusement, Gaming and Kiosk applications

8) According to customer's requirement, providing the fully customer design service. 

 

 

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