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The RuggedLight15FHD-T-HB is specifically designed for high demands in research and development in vehicles. This is with 1920x1080 pixels a high resolution computer display with a robust aluminum housing and very high luminosity eg for the mobile measurement technology, visualization and control device parameterization. In the RuggedLight15FHD-T-HB is a PCAP touchscreen integrated, whihch is multi-touch capable with modern operating systems. In addition it has a own particular "high-brightness (HB)" backlight integrated, providing the very high brightness of 1000 cd/m² and Full-HD resolution at the 15.6" (396mm) active display area.
Because of the "premium high resolution" graphics processor in the special electronics from our own development and production, special features such as Picture-in-Picture and Picture-by-Picture funktionality are possible for two adjacent image signals simultaneously. With the inputs for DisplayPort & DVI-I / VGA & HDMI signals, there is a variety of connectivity options.
The non-reflecting surface, the wide viewing angle and high brightness TFT panel in a compact, black anodized aluminum housing and a supply range of 9..36VDC with galvanic isolation guarantee the best results in test vehicles.
Particular features
  • Brightness up to 1000cd/m²
  • Full-HD 1920x1080 resolution @ 15,6"
  • Picture-In-Picture & Picture-By-Picture for video display from two PC's at once
  • DisplayPort DP 1.2, DVI-I/VGA, HDMI 1.4
  • PCAP touchscreen for comfortable and ergonomic interaction
  • Mounting options for VESA 50, VESA 75, ball joint and pyramid
  • Lean & circumferentially rounded edges for minimized risk of injury
  • Large side buttons for ergonomic and safe operation
  • TV broadcast
  • Visualizing by monitoring of geo and environment data via plane
  • mobile measuring equipment or control device parameterization in test vehicles
  • Process visualization and monitoring functions
Order Data: 1EMRL15FHD-T-HB

Documentation: Data Sheet
Quick Installation Guide