000-11262-001

Simrad MO19-T 19" Widescreen High Bright, Multi-Touch Monitor

Simrad MO19-T 19" Widescreen High Bright, Multi-Touch Monitor
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19" Widescreen High Bright, Multi-Touch Monitor

Features:
  • Low Profile Glass Bridge Design
  • More Screen, Less Border
  • Widescreen Displays, HD Resolutions
  • Touch/Non-Touch Option
  • High Bright Backlight Option
  • Picture in Picture
  • On-Glass Menu Keys
  • VESA bracket Mounting Option
  • IP66 in Dash Mounting
  • Suitable for any monitor application (not limited to Simrad)


High Definition Widescreen Displays
  • Higher Definition LCD panels enable more information to be presented on the display
  • For a defined chart zoom level, user can see a larger area of chart in full detail
  • For an echo sounder panel, more vertical pixels means more vertical resolution and target detail in the water column
  • Wide LCD format makes more effective use of boat dashboard space
  • Widescreen aspect ratios give more usable panel shapes in split modes


Specifications:
  • EnclosureABS Plastic Rear Case, Glass Front
  • Operating Temperature: -15°C to +55°C
    Non-Operating Temperature: -20°C to +60°C
  • Water Ingress:IPx6 (When dash mounted), IPx2 from back
  • Weight: 4.60Kg
  • Dimensions (WxHxD)mm: 478 x 305 x 74
  • Display Brightness: 1000nit
  • Display Resolution: 1366 x 768
  • Display Viewable Area (WxH)mm: 410 x 230
  • Display Colour Depth: 16.7 Million Colours
  • Display Viewing Angle H/V deg: 60/60/60/60
  • Contrast Ratio: 1000:1
  • Capacitance Multi Touch: Yes
  • Operating voltage: 12 - 31.2 V DC
  • Power consumption (nominal): 25W
  • Low power standby mode: Yes
  • Protection: reverse polarity and temporary over-voltage to 36V
  • Conformity: CE, C-Tick, HDMI
  • Power and Setup Keys: Capacitive Touch - Power Key, Up, Enter, Down, Home
  • NMEA 2000: 1 port on rear (Micro-C male)
  • Composite Video inputs: 2 ports on rear (BNC female. NTCS or PAL format)
  • Digital Video Inputs: 2 ports on rear (1 x DVI-D, 1 x HDMI)
  • Supported Video Resolutions: 640x480(VGA 4:3), 800x600 (SVGA 4:3), 1024x768 (XGA 4:3), 1280x720 (HD 16:9), 1280x800 (16:10), 1280x1024 (SXGA 5:4),1366x768 (WXGA), 1920x1080 (Full HD 16:9), 1920x1200(WUXGA 16:10)
  • USB: USB Type-B Plug on rear for alternate touch screen connection
  • Serial: 4 way serial plug on rear for touch screen connection via RS422 to NSO evo2
  • Picture in Picture: Yes, Variable size and position
  • Thermal Protection: Automatic - Backlight reduced to 10%
  • Menu Languages: English, French, German, Spanish, Italian, Portuguese
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Simrad MO19-T 19" Widescreen High Bright, Multi-Touch Monitor 000-11262-001 SIMRAD M019-T 19" WIDESCREEN HIGH BRIGHT MULTI-TOUCH
$6199.00
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