Comark Introduces 23-in LED Display

Thursday, October 07, 2010
Image courtesy Comark Corp.

Comark Corporation announced the availability of the MDU23, a 23-in UXGA LED backlit display, which can be set at up to 400 NITS at full brightness. The MDU23 has been tested in accordance with IEC 60945, and is ECDIS and ECDIS-N compliant. In addition, it is fully MIL Tested to MIL-STD 901D grade A, MIL-STD 167- class 1, type A; MIL-STD-810F; and MILSTD-461E.

The MDU23 features a machined aluminum bezel, conformal coating on all electronics and is available with an optional touchscreen. The MDU23 is manufactured in the USA using long-life components, to ensure multi-year availability for long-term marine and military applications, and also complies with Federal BAA (Buy American Act) requirements.

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