Comark Corp. Pilothouse Computer

Tuesday, June 01, 2010
Image courtesy Comark Corporation

Comark Corporation expanded its portfolio of display products by announcing the Comark Pilothouse Computer. The Pilothouse Computer is an integration of the Comark Pilothouse Display with a powerful general-purpose computer. It is designed for marine environments where space is limited. Enclosed in an aluminum chassis, the system includes a heavy-duty base that can be hard mounted to the wheelhouse console or hung from the ceiling, if required. With the all in one design, installation can be as easy as securing the unit to the console, connecting power and GPS. The Pilothouse Computer utilizes a 19-inch LCD, with a 0 to 100% brightness control feature, allowing the operator to dim the brightness for very low level light conditions, greatly improving night vision operations. The computer features Core 2 Duo Processing options, PCI expansion, and optional touchscreen. All electronics are conformal-coated to protect against corrosion.

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