BenQ Digital Signages

ST7502 75" 4K Smart Signage

ST7502 75" 4K Smart Signage


All-in-one smart signage with ultra-thin bezels

  • View vivid images on a 4K UHD anti-glare display
  • Ready-to-use with its built-in Android™ OS
  • Utilize your display in more ways with an OPS slot-in PC
  • Easily create content using custom X-Sign templates
  • Remotely manage your display with DMS


All Specifications Panel

Screen Size 75"
Contrast Ratio (Typical) 1200:1
Display Orientation Landscape
Usage (Hour/Day) 18 hours/7 days
Active area (W × H) 1649.7 X 927.9 mm
Resolution 3840 × 2160 pixels
Brightness (Typical) 450 nits
Viewing angle (H × V) 178°/178°
Light Life (typical) 30000 hrs
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Backlight Direct LED

Platform Solution:

OS Android 8.0
System Memory (GB) 3 GB
Storage (GB) 16 GB


Internal Speaker 2 x 12 W
SPDIF-out 1
3.5 mm line-out 1


Video input 2 × HDMI (2.0)
DisplayPort (1.2)
Video output HDMI (1.3)
RJ45 1
USB 2 × Type-A (2.0) / 1 x Type-A (3.0) for OPS
RS232 1
OPS Slot 1


Weight (prod./ship.) 29.3 kg/41.7 kg
Dimension (W×H×D) (mm) 1672.2 x 954.9 x 75.3 mm
Bezel Width (top/bottom/left/right) (mm) 9.0/13.2/9.0/9.0 mm
VESA mount 400 x 200


Operation Temperature 0°C to 40°C
Storage Temperature -10°C to 60°C
User's Manual Electronic File x1
OSD languages 27
DMS Cloud + Local
X-Sign Yes


Remote Control Yes
Power Cord (By Region) Yes
VGA Cable Yes
HDMI Cable Yes
Quick Start Guide Yes
User’s Manual Online
RS232 cable 1
DP Cable 1


Power Consumption (typical/standby ) 300 W/0.5 W
Switch 1
Power AC 100V-240V, 50/60Hz
Switch 1
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