Comark’s New Display Passes Shock Testing

Posted by staff
Thursday, November 07, 2013
Photo: Comark

Comark, a designer and manufacturer of rugged computer and display solutions for the marine and military markets, has completed full environmental testing of its new 15” Military HMI, including MIL-901D Grade A lightweight shock testing.

The 15” HMI is a sealed and fanless computer display unit developed for DDG 51 Machinery Control Applications. As with all Comark products, this new 15” HMI is designed with the latest technology, including current Core i5 processors, an LED backlit display, a rugged IR touchscreen, and integrated speaker. Manufactured in the United States, the 15” HMI uses long lifespan components to ensure multi-year availability for sustainability in all Navy applications.

Comark’ s Business Development Manager Keith Vreeland added, “The addition of this fully qualified 15” HMI is the launching pad for a new line of sealed, rugged computer displays designed for the harshest of environments, including 901 Grade-A Shock. This HMI line will further enhance our suite of military products while expanding our Navy presence.”

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