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Codis Naval Rugged Displays

Codis FD and RFD-series displays from Esterline offer multi-touch control capability and very high screen brightness for full sunlight readability adapted to all expected ambient lighting conditions typically encountered on board navy ships.

For additional displays engineered for naval shipboard conditions, please see our thin, lightweight (TL) line of rugged displays.

For background information, please consult:

Enhanced situational awareness for naval C4ISR

 

   
Codis FD-240
15.6-inch multi-touch control display
 

FD-240 product specifications

  • WXGA desktop X11 terminal and input device
  • Screen brightness of 500 cd/m² for full sunlight readability
  • Glove-compatible projected-capacitive multi-touch screen
  • Support for up to 4 simultaneous touches and gestures
  • Extremely compact, lightweight design
  • Perfect configuration for mission-critical operations in naval environments
 


Codis FD-361
24-inch multi-touch workstation display

FD-361 product specifications

  • WUXGA main-console display
  • Screen brightness of 440 cd/m² for full sunlight
  • Glove-compatible projected-capacitive multi-touch screen
  • Support for up to 4 simultaneous touches and gestures
  • LCD flicker compensation (LFC) technology
  • Extremely compact, lightweight design
  • Perfect configuration for mission-critical operations in naval environments
 


Codis RFD-361
24-inch multi-touch multi-purpose display

RFD-361 product specifications

  • Ruggedized WUXGA multi-purpose display
  • Drop-in replacement for Codis RFD-357 legacy rugged display
  • Wide dimming range
  • Projected-capacitive multi-touch screen
  • Support for up to 10 simultaneous touches and gestures
  • LCD flicker compensation (LFC) technology
  • Compact, lightweight, and extremely rugged design
  • Perfect configuration for mission-critical operations in naval environments
         
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