Designed and built in the USA, Chassis Plans’ new 1U CLX military grade rackmount display is designed to perform and engineered to last. Meeting military standards such as 901E and 810G for ruggedisation, its 5052-H32 aluminium construction and locking stainless steel hardware make the display inherently rugged and reliable for both military and industrial harsh environment applications.
“If customers have a rugged computer requirement, they will also need a rugged LCD,” says Mike McCormack, CEO of Chassis Plans. “We have mounted these types of products in a wide range of shipboard, land based and aircraft types of applications. These products are generally purchased by defence prime contractors (Lockheed, Northrop, Raytheon) and integrated into their products which ultimately end up in products sold directly to the military. Applications include test and simulation, telemetry, persistent surveillance, UAV ground control, etc.”
The CLX offers two LCD screen sizes: the standard 19” display offering a native 1280 x 1024 resolution or a 17.3” wide screen display offering a 1920 x 1080 native resolution. Both the 19” and 17.3” panels offer high bright options for daylight readability applications. Both panel sizes provide have options for optically bonded EMI shield as well as protective cover glass.
The CLX offers three extended temperature, conformal coated high MTBF video controller options. The C1 controller option offers VGA, DVI-D video input options, the J1 controller offers VGA, DVI-D, S-Video and composite video. Both controllers are recommended for the 19” panel. The H1 controller offers VGA, DVI-D and HDMI inputs and is perfect for the 17.3” panel driving the HD resolutions.
The unit offers two keyboard choices, an 83-key full travel keyboard with integrated USB optical trackball or touchpad or a “splash-proof” 82-key full travel keyboard with red LED backlit keys and optional USB 38mm sealed trackball or Multi-Gesture trackpad.
The CLX has (5) power input options, the standard AC power input, 12VDC, 28VDC (MIL-STD-704/1275), 12VDC to Chassis Plans workstation or 48VDC (MIL-STD-704/1275). All power options come with a locking power cable assembly.