Marine-grade panel computer for ship navigation

Moxa's DNV-rated MPC-2240 is a marine-grade 24-in. touchscreen LCD panel computer engineered specifically for ship navigation and has thermal engineering that allows the computer to withstand heat extremes common in industrial marine environments.

05/01/2014


Moxa's DNV-rated MPC-2240 is a marine-grade 24Moxa's DNV-rated MPC-2240 is a marine-grade 24 in. touchscreen LCD panel computer engineered specifically for ship navigation. Powered by the Intel Ivy Bridge Celeron CPU processor 1047UE, the MPC-2240 provides 4 GB of system memory, allowing for fast graphics renders suitable for a wide variety of maritime HMI and navigation solutions. It is certified for use as an ECDIS display station, and may also be ordered with ECDIS IEC 61174 type approved model for use in bridge navigation systems.

The LCD can be configured for full HD 1920 x 1080 pixel resolution and comes with full range dimming from 0 to 100%; optical bonding to present vibrant, accurate colors even under bright sunlight; wide viewing angles with no fading or color washout; and PCT multi-touch features. 

Preventing computer crashes and malfunctions while out at sea requires equipment purpose-engineered for harsh marine environments. Although it does not use any kind of fan, the MPC-2240's thermal engineering protects the machines from heat extremes common in industrial marine environments, and the IP54 rated enclosure provides strong, durable protection against moisture, dust, and other environmental hazards. It is compliant with a variety of marine standards, including IEC 60945, DNV, and IACS E10.

Moxa Americas Inc.

www.moxa.com 

- Edited by CFE Media. See more Control Engineering industrial PC products.



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