LCD monitors: Industrial units have TFT flat panels, heavy-duty housings

Atlas line of industrial grade LCD color monitors are the latest addition to AutomationDirect’s list of products.


Atlas line of industrial grade LCD color monitors from AutomationDirect are available in 15-, 17-, and 19-in. sizes.

Atlas line of industrial grade LCD color monitors are the latest addition to AutomationDirect’s list of products. Available in 15-, 17-, and 19-in. sizes, the heavy duty TFT flat panel units are said to offer superb quality and competitive prices. Line offers non-touch and analog resistive touchscreen models and very thin panel mounted depth (less than 2.75 in.) to make them suitable for factory automation applications.

Housed in heavy-duty steel chassis and powder-coated machined aluminum bezels, all models are equipped with 100-240 V ac input power supplies and NEMA 4/4X/12 panel-mountable front bezels. The line is also equipped with analog video (VGA) connections. “T” models provide USB and RS-232 connections for a five-wire analog resistive touchscreen. All are UL and cUL listed, European CE and RoHS compliant, and include a two-year warranty.

ATM1500/1500T monitors start at $995. They are designed for harsh industrial environments, including Class I and II, Div. 2 hazardous locations. The 15-in. monitors display all VESA video modes up to 1024 x 768 with 16 million colors.

ATM1700/1700T monitors start at $1,395 and ATM1900/1900T units start at $1,695. They are also Class I and II, Div. 2 rated, and they accept standard analog VGA and digital DVI video input. These monitors display all VESA video modes up to 1280 x 1024 with 16 million colors.

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