Open Frame Monitor

The Ultimate Solution for Industrial and Commercial Applications


What is an Open Frame Monitor

An open frame monitor is a type of display designed for integration into other pieces of equipment or enclosures. Unlike traditional monitors that come with a standalone, often stylish casing meant for desktop use, open frame monitors lack an external housing. They are provided as bare-bones screens with a metal frame (hence the term “open frame”) that allows them to be mounted into custom enclosures, kiosks, machines, or other specialized equipment. This design flexibility makes them highly suitable for a wide range of applications in various industries, including but not limited to kiosks, ATMs, arcade games, medical equipment, industrial equipment, and more.

How open Frame monitor is installed

Installing an open frame monitor is a straightforward process that requires precision and careful planning. First, identify the precise location within the equipment or enclosure where the monitor will be integrated, ensuring there is adequate space and the positioning aligns with user interaction needs. Then, prepare the mounting area by measuring and marking the exact dimensions needed to accommodate the monitor. The open frame design, often equipped with a metal frame and possible front panel with a step, allows for easy alignment and secure fastening. Using the appropriate tools and hardware (such as screws and brackets), the monitor is then securely mounted into place, ensuring a flush fit and stable installation. This process ensures that the open frame monitor is seamlessly integrated into the host device, providing a robust and interactive display solution.

Check our standard Open Frame Monitor

Explore our selection of standard open frame monitors by reviewing the table below, or click here for a detailed overview. Our comprehensive range is designed to meet a variety of integration needs, ensuring seamless incorporation into your equipment or enclosure.

Size Part Number Resolution BrightnessInterfaceTouch ScreenWorking Temperature
7"ETT070H7011024*600700VGA+HDMINo touch 0-55 degree
7“ETT070TCOPN00800*480750VGA+DVI+HDMIPCAP touch screen-20 to 70 degree
10.1"ETT101TCOPN001280*800350VGA+DVI+HDMIPCAP touch screen-20 to 70 degree
10.1"ETH101TCOPN011280*8001000VGA+HDMIPCAP touch screen-20 to 70 degree
12.1"ETT121TCOP0021024*768350VGA+DVI+HDMIPCAP touch screen-20 to 70 degree
12.1"ETT121TCOP003-A1024*768500DPPCAP touch screen-20 to 70 degree
12.1"ETT121TCOPB021280*800400VGA+HDMIPCAP touch screen-20 to 70 degree
13.3"ETT133TCOPN001920*1080300VGA+DVI+HDMIPCAP touch screen0-50 degree
15”ETT150TCOPN001024*768350VGA+DVI+HDMIPCAP touch screen-20 to 70 degree
15”ETT150TCOPN021024*768500VGA+HDMIPCAP touch screen-20 to 70 degree
15”ETT150TCOPN031024*768400VGA+HDMIPCAP touch screen-20 to 70 degree
15"ETT150TCOPN041024*768350VGA+HDMIPCAP touch screen-20 to 70 degree
15.6"ETT156TCOPN001920*1080250VGA+DVI+HDMIPCAP touch screen0-50 degree
17"ETT170TCOPN001280*1024250VGA+DVI+HDMIPCAP touch screen-20 to 70 degree
18.5"ETT185TCOPN001366*768250VGA+DVI+HDMIPCAP touch screen-20 to 70 degree
19"ETT190TCOPN001280*1024250VGA+DVI+HDMIPCAP touch screen-20 to 70 degree
21.5"ETT215TCOPN011920*1080500VGA+DVI+HDMIPCAP touch screen0-50 degree
21.5"ETT215TCOPN001920*1080250VGA+DVI+HDMIPCAP touch screen0-50 degree
23.8"ETT238TCOPN001920*1080250VGA+DVI+HDMIPCAP touch screen0-50 degree
27"ETT270TCOPN001920*1080350VGA+DVI+HDMIPCAP touch screen0-50 degree
32"ETT320TCOPN001920*1080400VGA+DVI+HDMIPCAP touch screen0-50 degree
43"ETT430TCOPN001920*1080400VGA+DVI+HDMIPCAP touch screen0-50 degree

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How to work with Us?

Customized your Industrial Open Frame Monitor?: Bringing Your Project Vision to Life!

Your Inquiry

We kickstart your project with a detailed understanding of all essential factors including the usage scenario, environment, size, and precise parameters to ensure the monitor will be a perfect fit for your needs.

Our Evaluation

thoroughly assesses your specified needs, including touchscreen size and hardware platform, to provide solutions with premium materials for easy setup and seamless operation.

Mechanical Design

Upon confirming customization feasibility, we send a detailed quote for your approval. Our engineers then craft a prototype meeting your exact specifications with utmost precision.

From Sampling to Delivery

With your design approval, we create a sample for your confirmation. Successful validation leads to a pilot run, fine-tuning details before ramping up to mass production.

Considerations Before Purchase
an open frame Monitor

Display Size & Resolution

Depending on the application, determine the ideal screen size and resolution. as well as the brightness.

Input/Output Ports:

Make sure the monitor supports all required input and output interfaces.

Touch Technology

If the monitor is with a touchscreen, understand the type of touch technology used (e.g., capacitive, resistive).

Customization Options

Frame Material: Metal or plastic frames based on environmental conditions. Screen Coating: Anti-glare, anti-reflective, or other specialized coatings based on usage.

Quality and Reliability

Durability: Consider ruggedness standards (e.g., IK10) if the monitor will be used in tough environments. Certifications: Look for industry-standard certifications for reliability and safety.


Software: Ensure the monitor is compatible with the software platforms used in your operations. Hardware: Make sure the monitor can integrate seamlessly with existing hardware setups.

Frequently Asked Questions

Understanding Open Frame Monitor

Answer: An Open Frame Monitor refers to a display unit that comes without a fully enclosed casing or bezel, enabling it to be embedded into other hardware or customized setups. Typically, open frame monitors are highly versatile, offering mounting options like VESA, rear mount, or panel mount.

Answer: Open Frame Monitors are frequently used in various industrial applications, kiosks, ATMs, and specialized systems where integration into existing enclosures is necessary. They offer flexibility for designers and engineers to fit displays into custom cases, machinery, or control panels.


  1. Open Frame

    • No external housing; designed for integration.
    • Highly customizable.
    • Usually lacks protective features.
  2. Closed Frame

    • Comes in a fully enclosed case or bezel.
    • Typically more durable and resistant to environmental factors.
    • Less flexibility for customization.

Answer:A zero-frame design monitor features an almost non-existent bezel, maximizing the display area. These monitors are ideal for multi-screen setups and offer a sleek, modern aesthetic.


  1. CRT (Cathode Ray Tube): Older technology, bulky, and consumes more power.
  2. LCD (Liquid Crystal Display): Slimmer design, lower power consumption, and good for various applications.
  3. OLED (Organic Light-Emitting Diodes): Offers deeper blacks and better viewing angles but is generally more expensive.

Answer: A frameless monitor usually offers an edge-to-edge display, resulting in a more immersive visual experience. It is aesthetically pleasing and is ideal for multi-monitor setups due to minimized gaps between screens.


  1. Standard Frame: Traditional design with a noticeable bezel.
  2. Frameless: Minimal or no bezel, offering an edge-to-edge display.
  3. Zero Frame: Virtually no bezel; often mistaken for frameless but can still have a minimal edge.

Answer: In the industry, common payment terms include T/T in advance, and depending on the business agreement and order volume, other payment methods such as L/C might be accepted.

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