Designed and tested to meet all environmental requirements onboard naval surface ships, this integrated 6”-diagonal display and single board computer features a 20-key backlit keypad and a compact housing (9.36”W x 5.06”H x 2.25”D), with captive hardware in a bulkhead mounting configuration.
Exceptional performance in extended temperature ranges
Operable from -40° C without heaters to +71° C without any degradation in performance, Orbit electroluminescent displays are ideal for environments that require optimum operation within an extended temperature range. They are also designed and tested to perform reliably in such extreme environments as low pressure, shock, vibration, salt, sand and dust, and explosive atmospheres.
These high-performance 12” diagonal displays feature an integrated IR (infrared) touch control and a robust electronics package that allows data/graphics to be displayed and control functions to be executed in extreme shipboard or airborne environmental conditions (-40° C to +71° C). Their lightw8, high-strength housings include captive mounting hardware and input connectors with integrated filters for EMI suppression. Enclosures measure 8.30”W x 12.30”H x 2.25”D.
This panel is a form-fit-function replacement for legacy manual switch control panels in UYA-4 Shipboard Tactical System Operator Consoles. It can provide operators with complete shipboard communications capability. Proven to perform in the most extreme shipboard environments, its features include an integrated 6.3” diagonal EL display with single-board computer, touch controls and system-interfacing electronics. The hardware/software package includes controls for 15 dedicated audio channels and 5 sound power nets with secure/non-secure communication modes.
Proven to perform in the most extreme shipboard environments, this panel is a key element in Shipboard Tactical Display System Operator Consoles, and interfaces with the ON-201 System. Features include an Integrated 6.3” diagonal EL display with single-board computer, touch controls and system-interfacing electronics. The hardware/software package includes controls for dedicated audio channels and sound power nets that have both secure/non-secure communication modes. It provides 100 dB isolation between modes.
This avionics display package provides VGA 640 x 480 resolution and features a custom bezel with 32 backlit pushbutton keys. The backlit keys are NVIS compatible and utilize either RS-232 or RS-422 I/O. The display accepts VGA analog input signals and provides 250 cd/m2 luminance. The housing is configured for aircraft cockpit mounting.
This mobile display terminal provides VGA 640 x 480 resolution and features a custom bezel with 34 pushbutton switches. The display accepts VGA analog input signals and provides 306 cd/m2 luminance controlled by a light sensor. Input power is 12 VDC @ 10 Watts. The housing is constructed from injection molded high-performance thermoplastic and meets rugged transportation industry requirements. Housing includes a unique ball-joint mount that enables the unit to be adjusted for each driver/operator.