Flat panel monitors for marine conditions

Computer Dynamics, a GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms company, has announced the SeaBrite family of flat panel monitors. Resistant to shock and vibration, they fulfill the requirements of the marine industry with a wide operating temperature range and durable anti-corrosion mechanical design. The monitors are available in a range of nine screen sizes from 8.
By Control Engineering Staff April 1, 2008

Computer Dynamics, a GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms company, has announced the SeaBrite family of flat panel monitors. Resistant to shock and vibration, they fulfill the requirements of the marine industry with a wide operating temperature range and durable anti-corrosion mechanical design. The monitors are available in a range of nine screen sizes from 8.4-in. through 23.1-in. Applications include radar/ARPA systems, navigation/ECDIS systems, automatic identification systems, monitoring/surveillance systems, and yacht/ship automation. They offer a wide voltage range for power input and can accept RGB, composite video, s-video, and DVI signals, as well as deliver PIP. Custom designs can be created. Optimum viewability of the transflective display in a wide range of ambient lighting conditions is enhanced through an anti-reflective protective glass and backlight dimming control. Monitors are sealed to IP65 standards on the front surface. www.gefanuc.com GE Fanuc Intelligent Platforms, Computer Dynamics