Rugged MIL-SPEC Design
As a powerhouse of rugged design and operational performance, the FHDRM has quickly become one of Digital Systems Engineering’s signature products. It’s rugged MIL-SPEC design paired with powerful optical capabilities and diverse I/Os are a testament to DSE’s 25 years of experience designing and manufacturing innovative solutions for the defense and aerospace industries. Continue reading, or watch our video below to learn more about the FHDRM rugged display.
The FHDRM: Key Product Features
Full High Definition: FHDRM doesn’t compromise on quality; its 1920 x 1080 LCD screen delivers unmatched optical performance.
Diverse Digital and Analog Interfaces: The FHDRM supports the latest digital input technology including HD-SDI, HDMI, DVI and DisplayPort, while also offering legacy analog inputs such as VGA, RS-170 and more.
MIL-STD Adherence: Extreme environments are no match for the FHDRM’s rugged design. With adherence to MIL-STDs 820, 461, 1275, 704, plus IP67 and DO-160, this rugged display meets even the most demanding environmental standards during critical missions.
Programmable Bezel Keys: With 15 programmable bezel keys, FHDRM allows for control of external systems and custom interfaces.
Customization: As a seasoned design-build manufacturer, DSE is experienced in bringing its clients’ visions and needs to production. Customizable FHDRM variants include CANBus, GPIO lines, and fully customizable RS422 command structures.
Field Tested: FHDRM is trusted by allied forces across the globe and has a proven track record of exceptional performance in C4ISR applications, combat helicopters and next generation ground vehicles.
Don’t just take our word for it. The FHDRM’s performance was recently validated in a third-party laboratory before being fielded for an Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) application earlier this year. In an extensive series of procedures, the FHDRM demonstrated its capabilities under extreme conditions. Find the full article on our Knowledge Center here.
If you would like to learn more about the FHDRM, or any of our rugged displays and solutions, contact firstname.lastname@example.org to speak with a member of our team.