Flat Panel Monitors Get Their Sea Legs

Oct. 8, 2008
For deployment in harsh marine environments, the SeaBrite family of flat panel monitors offers a range of nine screen sizes and exhibit reliable resistance to shock and vibration. Reportedly, they are clearly visible in high ambient light. Other

For deployment in harsh marine environments, the SeaBrite family of flat panel monitors offers a range of nine screen sizes and exhibit reliable resistance to shock and vibration. Reportedly, they are clearly visible in high ambient light. Other sea-worthy characteristics include a wide operating temperature range and a rugged, anti-corrosion mechanical design. Screen sizes range from 8.4" through 23.1". Typical applications include radar/ARPA systems, navigation/ECDIS systems, automatic identification systems, monitoring/surveillance systems, plus yacht/ship automation. The monitors employ sealing to IP-65 standards on the front surface and meet IEC 60945 fourth edition (2002) Maritime Navigation and Radio-communication Equipment and Systems requirements and IACS-E10 for international standards. GE FANUC INTELLIGENT PLATFORMS, Charlottesville, VA. (434) 978-5000.

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