Sunlight-readable display option introduced by Comark for military or commercial marine applications

MEDFIELD, Mass., 17 Sept. 2010. Comark Corp. in Medfield, Mass., is introducing a sunlight-readable option for the Pilot House display that allows additional intensity and contrast settings and is for installations where sunlight may shine directly on the display due to proximity to a window. It also may also be dimmed to low levels for night operation. An optional touchscreen, as well as AC or DC input power, is also available.

Sep 17th, 2010
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MEDFIELD, Mass., 17 Sept. 2010. Comark Corp. in Medfield, Mass., is introducing a sunlight-readable display option for the Pilot House rugged display that allows additional intensity and contrast settings and is for installations where sunlight may shine directly on the display due to proximity to a window. It also may also be dimmed to low levels for night operation. An optional touchscreen, as well as AC or DC input power, is also available.

The Pilot House Display can be dimmed from 0-100 percent using a knob, with extra range in the low bright end to set the display on dark nights. In addition, it includes a heavy-duty base that can be hard mounted to the pilot house console, or overhead if required. All electronics are conformal coated to protect against corrosion.

For more information contact Comark online at www.comarkcorp.com.

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