HMI: 24-in. rugged LCD; expansion
A new 24-in. industrial grade, panel mount LCD touchscreen monitor is all-steel enclosed to withstand demanding effects of harsh environments. The high-precision widescreen display can....
Toronto, Canada – Stealth Computer , a division of Stealth.Com Inc., has released Model: SV-2400 Industrial Grade, Panel Mount LCD monitor . The 24-in. all-steel enclosed touchscreen LCD monitor is built to withstand demanding effects of harsh environments encountered in industrial plant floor and human-machine interface (HMI) applications. NEMA 4/IP56 LCD front-panel withstands water, dust, and dirt intrusion and performs beyond ordinary commercially available monitors. The high-precision 24-in. widescreen display can run resolutions up to its native mode WUXGA of 1,920 x 1,200 pixels with analog and digital input sources. SV-2400 features a 16:10 aspect ratio, low power consumption, excellent image quality with 250 nits of brightness, 160-degree viewing angles, and a contrast ratio of 1000:1.
The monitors are available with an anti-reflective, tempered glass, protective overlay or an optional capacitive touchscreen sensor. All Stealth monitors are plug & play-capable, requiring no video drivers or special interface cards. Applications include HMI, factory automation, process control, kiosks, outdoor digital signs, or any demanding applications where vital information must be displayed.
The company also announced an expansion of facilities with the acquisition of a neighboring building. Stealth's current headquarters operates from within a 15,000 sq ft facility, including production, sales, corporate, and administrative offices. The new adjoining building comprises an additional 11,000 sq ft to expand the total facility to just over 27,000 sq ft. With the additional space Stealth will expand the production floor with a clean room facility, secured inventory, and extended configuration and burn-in capability for its PC product lines.
"The prospect of expanding our facility by acquiring the adjoining building was an opportunity we couldn't pass up. It is absolutely critical that we invest and plan for our current and future growth,” said Ed Boutilier, Stealth's president and CEO.
– Control Engineering News Desk
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