Instrument Displays

Marine Displays are sunlight-readable.
Instrument Displays

Marine Displays are sunlight-readable.

Available with or without touch screen, In-Sight(TM) Marine Monitors (KEPM line) and Pilothouse (PILOT line) units offer optimized viewing angles under any outdoor lighting conditions. Displays accept multiple inputs including 3 VGA, 2 DVI, and 3 composite and 1 S-Video, and feature 3-phase PIP comprised of child window, split screen, and wide screen modes. Bonded glass window eliminates air gap...

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Instrument Displays

Avionics Device targets retrofit aircraft market.

Incorporating 6.5 in. PFD and 6.5 in. MFD displays, Model G600 includes Attitude and Heading Reference System with tri-axial magnetometer, worldwide terrain and US obstacle database, and digital air data computer. It is designed to communicate and integrate with panel mount products and provides essential information such as attitude, air data, weather, terrain, and traffic. SafeTaxi feature...

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Instrument Displays

Touch Screen Monitor suits home and office automation.

Wall-mount, wide-screen, 17 in. NEO 17 utilizes force-actuated resistive touch screen that can be touched by gloved hand, long nails, or any stylus. It features 450-nit LCD display and requires only 31 W to operate. With VGA display input, open-frame monitor provides touch screen communications via Serial RS232 or USB interface. Software drivers are available for Windows, Linux, and MAC. Monitor...

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Touch Screen Displays come in 40 and 42 in. models.

Delivering 4096 x 4096 resolution, Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) touch screens feature pure glass optics that deliver 92% light transmission with no color shift. Products, offered in tempered or shatterproof glass, may be worked with fingers or gloves and exhibit no performance impact from touches or cleaning over time. Fully integrated behind existing bezel of LCD monitors, displays provide...

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HD Plasma Display is suited for business applications.

Designed for use in boardrooms or as digital signage, FWD-42PX2 42 in. high-definition (HD) plasma display features respective brightness and contrast ratio measurements of 450 cd/mÂ-² and 10,000:1 (dark room). Dual option accessory and input slots are provided for application-specific customization. Along with DVI-HDCP and RS232 connectivity, product features picture-in-picture and video...

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The Galveston Emergency Operations Center Uses QuadView Processors

The Galveston County, Texas, dramatically improved its decision response time with a new Emergency Operations Center. The new Emergency Operations Center features two QuadView processors, displaying three computer and videos on two front screen projectors. Eight workstations provide DVD, VCR, and computer graphics inputs, each one being managed by a separate agency (County Sheriff, Office of...

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Aircraft Display provides situational awareness.

Available in Standard, Traffic, and Radar/Traffic models, GMX 200 multi-function display includes 640 x 480 pixels display, rotary knob for map scale changes, preloaded world terrain and hydrography data, and Garmin Base Map. Traffic version supports interfaces to Garmin's TIS capable transponders and ADS-B transceivers, and connects to select TCAS I and TAS systems. Radar/Traffic model supports...

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MAXANT Unveils Next-Generation in Medical Image Display at One of the World's Most Important Radiological Conferences

NILES, Ill., Nov. 15 -- MAXANT Technologies, a leader in displaying medical images for more than three decades, introduces its latest innovation in digital medical applications at the Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) 91st Scientific Assembly and Annual Meeting, November 27 - December 2, 2005, McCormick Place, Chicago, Illinois. On display at Booth #2105, MediPort is a unique digital...

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Panasonic Develops the 103-in. 1080p Plasma Display Panel Unveiled at 2006 International CES

LAS VEGAS, Jan. 4 /-- Panasonic, the leading brand for which Matsushita Electric Industrial Co., Ltd. (NYSE:MC) is best known, today announced it has developed a prototype of a 103-inch plasma display panel (PDP) with 1080p (progressive) HDTV resolution. The prototype can deliver more than two million pixels (1,920 x 1,080) of performance. Panasonic will show this super-large-size prototype at...

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