OPS or OPS-C? Which PC you should buy for your interactive flat panel display?
There is one big advantage for an interactive flat panel display you would never forget, which is there is an Open Pluggable Specification computer you can update in the future. Just buy a new most updated OPS to replace the old computer in the most cost-saving way, no need to buy a whole new interactive display!
However, some users may purchase a wrong OPS for their interactive flat panel display because there is 2 size of OPS potentially in the market. In 2010, Intel launched the Open Pluggable Specification (OPS) to standardize the system architecture between displays and media players. Since its launch OPS has quickly become a standard for creating integrated display solutions. In 2015 Intel particularly develop a new standard bigger OPS to meet the market demand. They are both 80 pins but the OPS-C(abbreviation for OPS-China) is little in a bigger size.
OPS measuring 180 x 30 x 119 mm (width, height, depth)
OPS-C measuring 204 x 195x 42 mm (width, height, depth)
Some of the interactive flat panel display only support their own OPS standard, so it happens some customer found out the new OPS would not fit into their interactive display. This problem would happen in our IN-Display interactive display, as our own interactive display are flexible in both size OPS. OPS or OPS-C can both fit into our interactive flat panel display. There are middle adjustable screws in our ThinkPanel display to fit different sizes. Both OPS or OPS-C can fit into our interactive display pro series and elite series.