Network Switches, Video Hubs & Man-Machine Controllers

WorkForce

WorkForce

WorkForce

Today’s harsh industrial environments require a monitor capable of supporting digital inputs no matter the severity of use. Utilizing a high definition LCD, the WorkForce Displays have the flexibility to support two DVI (analog or digital) signals. The high-bright LED WF Display Series delivers a hardened solution with ease of connectivity in mind. With 5 USB ports, operators can quickly view thumb drives, locally interface a computer network with mouse or keyboard, or simply power handheld devices. Optional features include a resistive touch screen, integrated heaters for low temperature operation and EMI-461 compliance, making the WorkForce a solid solution for industrial applications.

LCD Size Specifications Resolution Nits Viewing Angle Contrast Ratio Max. Power Consumption
9.0″ TFT AM LCD WXGA (1280×768) 800 nits 170° (H) x 170° (V) 1000:1 30 Watts
12.1″ TFT AM LCD WXGA (1280×800) 700 nits 160° (H) x 140° (V) 700:1 35 Watts
14.1” TFT AM LCD WXGA (1280×800) 800 nits 160° (H) x 140° (V) 700:1 35 Watts
17.5” TFT AM LCD WXGA (1280×768) 700 nits 160° (H) x 140° (V) 700:1 40 Watts
Technical Specifications
Display 8-bit color, 16,777,216 colors
Dimming Ratio 3000:1
Video Inputs DVI-I (x2) (DVI-D and/or DVI-A)
System I/O (5) USB Type A Ports for External Devices; (1) USB Port Type B for PC Link
Housing Milled AL, Black Hard Anodized
Mounting RAM Mount and VESA 75mm Mount compatible
Wide Range DC Power Input 10-36 VDC (12,24,28 VDC nominal)
Power Conditioning Protected against Internal Short Circuit, Load Dump, Over Voltage and Reverse Polarity
Environmental Specifications
IP Rating IP67 (NEMA 6 Submersible)
Operating Temperature -20°C to 71°C (-4°F to 160°F) -40°C with heater option
Storage Temperature -51°C to 71°C (-60°F to 160°F)
Humidity 0-100%
Altitude 45,000 ft.
Military Specifications
MIL-STD-461 (Optional) EMI (Optional)
MIL-STD-810 Method 501.4 II-Op; High Temperature
MIL-STD-810 Method 502.4 II-Op; Low Temperature
MIL-STD-810 Method 514.5; Procedure I, General Vibration
MIL-STD-810 Method 516.5; Procedure I, Functional Shock
MIL-STD-1275D Vehicle Power Requirements
MIL-PRF-22885 Sunlight Readability for Push Buttons
MIL-A-8625 Type III (Class 1 & 2) Standard Finish

* Please note cables not included.
† The power range specified covers momentary environmental fluctuations generally found in a mobile environment while display is operating. For power initialization and continual operation, nominal voltages are required.

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