Rackmount Monitors

Rackmount monitors are space-saving compact racks with a built-in LCD monitor that provides users with a rack mount display system in two different styles; directly mountable or in a rack drawer that allows the monitor to be pulled out and lifted up. The rackmount LCD monitor with the flip-up design includes adjustable brackets, a built-in LCD, and full OSD features that provide effective assistance for administrators to control multiple PCs. The directly mountable rackmount monitors have a ruggedized housing (6U to 9U high) that fits into a standard 19” rack cabinet specifically designed for commercial and industrial applications. The monitors support multiple connectors (VGA, DVI-D, HDMI, or BNC) and a wide selection of features including 4K UHD resolution, MIL-STD-810G testing compliance, 1000-nits high brightness sunlight readable displays, and widescreen (16:9 aspect ratios) displays. There are also 1U pull out rackmount monitor drawers and 2U dual or triple display rackmount monitor drawers available for IT server racks and rack cabinet applications. Acnodes offers a full range of ruggedized rackmount monitors with brilliant displays and sturdy metal construction for harsh working environments, which is ideal for industrial automation control and display monitoring applications.

Rackmount Monitors

Rackmount monitors integrating an industrial LCD panel into an EIA metal construction for standard 19" wide rackmount cabinets. The industrial-grade LCD provides a flick free display, widescreen 1080P HD resolution, sun native display resolution, or high brightness sunlight readable monitor.
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17/19/20 inch LCD Monitor
Acnodes offers 17 / 19 / 20" rackmount monitors that are built for harsh working environments and industrial applications. The LCD panels are integrated into a rugged 19" wide rackmount display en...
Widescreen LCD Monitor - 1080P / 4K Resolution
Widescreen rackmount monitors supporting 1920 x 1080 / 1440 x 900 / 3840 x 2160 display resolution and VGA, DVI-D, HDMI, or Display Port video inputs. The sizes of the casing range from 6U to 9U hi...
Military Grade Monitors - MIL-STD-810G
Rackmount monitors designed to satisfy MIL-STD-810F/G environmental and MIL-STD-461E EMC testing standards for industrial and military applications. The rugged military-grade LCD displays come with...
High Brightness Monitors - 1000 Nits
Rackmount monitors integrating an industrial LCD monitor with 1000-nit high brightness displays into a rugged rackmount monitor enclosure designed for both outdoor and indoor industrial display app...
Multi-Display Monitors - Dual & Triple LCD Monitors
Dual or triple display rackmount console drawers designed for command and control (C2) systems and military applications. The rackmount consoles feature built-in solid bearing slide rails and a rug...
1U Low Profile Rackmount Monitor Drawer
1U pull-out monitor drawers designed for industrial applications and data centers with space limitations. Housed in a 1U space-saving drawer with a flip-up monitor design, the consoles provide conv...
1U High Brightness Rackmount Monitor Drawer
High brightness rackmount LCD monitor drawer integrated into a 1U high rackmount drawer designed for outdoor and indoor industrial applications. It features VGA + DVI-D video input, 1000-nit sunlig...
1U Sun Native Rackmount Monitor Drawer
1U rackmount monitor drawers supporting 1152 x 900 SUN Micro resolution for IT server racks and server display terminals. The SUN native display drawers feature VGA + DVI-D video input, front OSD f...

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Rackmount Monitors & Rackmount Monitor Drawers for Industrial Display Applications
Rackmount monitors with brilliant displays and sturdy metal construction installed into a standard 19-inch wide rack cabinet, allowing it to operate under harsh working environments, which is ideal for industrial automation control and display monitoring applications. Rackmount LCD monitors are designed to be space-saving with compacted metal construction which is divided into two different styles; directly flush mount or rack monitor drawer with a built-in slide rail that allows the monitor to be pulled out from the rack and lifted up. Monitors drawer type comes with the flip-up design included low profile one rack U high drawer and adjustable rear mounting brackets. The flush mount type monitor comes with a front metal bezel with M5 mounting holes and a heavy-duty enclosure on the back of units, all the units come with an OSD (on-screen display) membrane switch that lets users adjust the screen display quality. It is a rugged unit specifically designed for commercial and military applications. Directly mountable units, on the other hand, have metal rugged housing and fit into the standard 19-inch rack cabinet. Tempered glass is mounted in front of the LCD panel to protect against impact and dust on the LCD panel, providing more efficiency and durability to the product for a longer life span. Each unit is equipped with an industrial LCD (liquid crystal display) panel which provides a flick-free, lightweight, slim size, and low power consumption display compared to the traditional CRT (cathode ray tube) display. Front panel controls such as the On/Off switch and OSD buttons are located on the front of the LCD monitor for easier access around the unit. These OSD functions allow you to adjust the LCD monitor for the best view and provides an auto-shutoff function, which enables the monitor drawer to go right back to its rest position right at the tip of your fingertips. Options are available for touch screen technology with RS-232 or USB connector, IP-rated front bezels, HDMI / Audio / SDI input, and DC power input.

Types of Touch Screens: Resistive, Capacitive, Projected Capacitive
A touch screen acts as an interface between humans and computers in an automation control unit. Unlike keyboards or mice, touch screens provide convenience and user-friendly access to receive information from one computer to another. Many industries require the use of touch screen computers to complete daily tasks, and often, these touch screens need to be able to withstand harsh and rugged working environments. The three types of touch screens available for the rackmount monitors include Resistive, Capacitive, and Projected Capacitive. A Resistive touch screen, which is the most widely used sensing method in the touch screen panel market, is composed of a glass panel and a film screen each covered with a thin metallic layer separated by a narrow gap. When a user touches the screen, the two metallic layers come into contact, resulting in electrical flow. The point of contact is detected by this change in voltage. The advantages of Resistive touch screens are that it is highly resistant to surface contaminants and liquids and can be activated with virtually any objects ( finger, stylus, gloved hand, pen, etc.). Next is the Capacitive touch screen, which is the second most popular type of touch screen on the market and is often used in relatively large display panels. A Capacitive touch screen monitor consists of a transparent electrode layer placed on top of a glass panel with a protective cover. When an exposed finger touches the monitor, it reacts to the static electrical capacity of the human body; some of the electrical charges transfer from the screen to the user. This decrease in capacitance is detected by sensors located at the four corners of the screen, allowing the controller to determine the touchpoint. Capacitive touch screens can only be activated by the touch of human skin or stylus holding an electrical charge. Lastly is the Projected Capacitive touch screen, which is composed of a sheet of glass with embedded transparent electrode films and an IC chip that creates a three-dimensional electrostatic field. Projected Capacitive touch screens can be activated with bare fingers, surgical gloves, or thin cotton gloves. The advantages of Projected Capacitive touch screens include multi-touch capabilitiesies and excellent image clarity.