Boat display ZDIGT112

boat display
boat display
boat display
boat display
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Application domain
for boats
PC, video, multi-function, navigation system
Other characteristics
touch screen
Screen size

12 in


Touch screen LCD DC powered monitor for use with PC and plotter systems The T112 is a 12” 1024 x 768 pixel touch screen LCD display. It’s designed for mounting below deck at the chart table or operating console and supports a VGA and DVI input. By using a resistive touchscreen (Compatible with Windows XP, Vista, 7 and 8) you can operate the display with wet hands, gloves, stylus or fingers. Unlike most 12” displays, it supports a native resolution of 1024 x 768 pixels which is required for optimised e-chart viewing. Brightness is 400cd/nits. It also has a wide viewing angle and is powered directly from the boats DC supply. It also has three momentary switches of the front panel which link to a rear connector. These can be used for remote boot and reset of a PC or as an AIS transponder silence feature. The T112 is therefore an ideal navigation monitor. Optimal mounting is flush into a panel but the monitor also has a standard VESA back for mounting onto a variety of stands or wall brackets. FEATURES Tough and reliable 1024 x 768 pixel resolution, ideal for displaying complex graphics and high definition images. All kinds of touch input devices can be activate the screen, including fingers, fingernails, styluses, gloved hands, and credit cards. Plug and play compatibility Advances OSD (on Screen Display) controls for picture quality adjustment Extra On–Screen buttons to AIS enable easy power control of the CPU, CPU restart and silencing. Offers standard video interfaces for input sources from PC or multimedia system: VGA–in, DVI Panel Mounting, wall mounting and desktop stand options.



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