Rackmount Bi-Fold LCD Systems Enlist For Military Duty

Chassis Plans’ new BFX displays rugged, military grade, high performance, 2U rackmount LCD panel displays offer two 24-inch TFT LCD displays with per panel resolution of 1920x1200. 1000:1 contrast ratio, and 4ms response time. The 37-pound BFX1-24 is ideal for deployable transit case integration where both image quality and display toughness are required. Both displays in the BFX are offered with bonded cover glass with anti-reflection and EMI surface treatments for MIL-STD-461G certification. 1The BFX1-241 model is optimized for reliable operation in extreme outdoor and challenging environments and can operate in widely varied temperatures (0°C to 50°C / -25°C to 60°C). 

 

The BFX displays support a wide range of video resolutions – from 640x480 all the way up to 1920x1200; video inputs include VGA, DVI Dual Link, HDMI, DVI-D and NTSC/PAL/SECAM video as well as Composite Video and S-Video. Other functions and options include up to 10 bits per color, 16.7 million colors, On Screen Display (OSD) menu, Image Scaling: Up scaling to fit input to panel resolution. Image Control features include Auto configuration, Brightness, Contrast, Clock, Phase, Color temperature, Image position, Saturation, Hue, Gamma.

 

Additional features:

             System Information

             OSD position

             scaling to fill screen and fill to aspect ratio

             OSD timeout

             factory reset

             OSD menu transparency

             Horizontal & Vertical image inversion

             Picture in Picture

             Picture by Picture variable positions

             RS-232 or Ethernet command and control

             Two integrated, water resistant speakers.

 

Chassis Plans’ BFX displays can operate on a range of power sources - including universal input 85 to 245 VAC MIL-STD-1275/704 28 VDC, with options for 12VDC and 400Hz AC input as well. For more details, a BFX family data sheet is available.

 

Chassis Plans

San Diego, CA

800-787-4913

[email protected]  

http://www.chassis-plans.com

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