Rackmount monitors designed to satisfy MIL-STD-810F/G environmental testing standards for industrial and military applications. These rugged LCD panels come with an aluminum front bezel and anti-reflective glass to protect the impact on the LCD panel. The units feature a fanless cooling thermal design and shield enclosure to control EMI by preventing transmission of noise signals.
Military Grade - MIL-STD-810G
Military grade rackmount monitors designed to meet MIL-STD-810F/G environmental testing standards. Option for optical bonding, EMI-ITO glass, and touch screen.
REFERENCES Military Grade Rackmount Monitors Acnodes' military-grade rackmount monitors are ideal for aerospace, military defense, industrial applications, and harsh environments. Designed to pass MIL-STD-810 environmental testing standards, the LCD displays come with an aluminum front bezel and anti-reflective glass to protect the LCD panel. The units are encased in a heavy-duty anti-corrosion housing that mounts directly into an industrial standard 19-inch server cabinet. In addition, the monitors may come with an IP65 rated front bezel, AR (anti-resistance) glass, and fanless passive cooling design.
What is MIL-STD Rating? The U.S. Military Standard (MIL-STD) gives a guideline for devices that are said to be “rugged” or “ruggedized”. It was introduced to provide a series of tests to simulate how the material would hold up to environmental stress during an operational lifetime. The MIL-STD standards detail 28 different testing methods that cover everything from temperature to fungal infestation to gunfire. The eight tests used to determine if a computing device is rugged include high temperature, low temperature, rain, humidity, sand and dust, immersion, vibration, and shock.
EMI Shielding for Touch Screen Touch screen interfaces integrated into electronic displays are now common in marine, military, and mobile applications. The high-ambient-light readability and electromagnetic compatibility (EMC) is most efficiently achieved through enhancements to commercial-off-the-self (COTS) components in these demanding environments. However, since the face of a display needs to be transparent, electromagnetic radiations emitted by the device or surrounding environment may damage the electrical components within the unit. To address the issue, touch screens integrated into display assemblies can be configured to provide an electromagnetic interference (EMI) shielding ground plane and contrast-enhancement features to prevent EMI.