Rugged military-grade rack monitors are built to meet the standards set by the MIL-STD protocols, which tests for durability and performance in harsh environments. These monitors are constructed with a heavy-duty steel frame that provides shock and vibration resistance, and are sealed to protect against dust and moisture. They can be customized with various input and output options, touchscreens, and other advanced features. Acnodes' rugged military rack LCD monitors are commonly used in military applications, as well as in industries such as aerospace, industrial automation, and transportation. They are a reliable and durable solution for applications that require high-performance displays in harsh environments.
Rugged Rack LCD Monitors - MIL-STD-810G/461E
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 Standard (MIL-STD) Overview The military standard, which is often referred to as MIL-STD, is a series of guidelines and requirements established by the United States Department of Defense (DoD) for military equipment and systems. The purpose of these standards is to ensure that the equipment meets certain specifications and performance requirements, and that it is compatible with other military equipment and systems. They cover a wide range of areas, including design, performance, testing, and maintenance. Each rating is assigned a number and a letter code, which indicates the specific area of focus. MIL-STD ratings are important for ensuring that military equipment is reliable, durable, and interoperable. They provide a standard framework for testing and evaluating equipment, which helps to ensure that it meets the needs of the military and can be deployed in a variety of environments and situations.
Electromagnetic Interface (EMI) Overview EMI stands for Electromagnetic Interference. EMI is a common problem that can affect electronic devices, including monitors, by causing interference and disturbances in their normal functioning. EMI can be caused by a variety of sources, and there are two types of EMI: conducted EMI and radiated EMI. To protect electronic devices against the effects of EMI, measures such as shielding, filtering, grounding, proper cable management, compliance with industry standards, and the use of compliant components can be implemented. By taking these measures, electronic devices can operate reliably and consistently in environments where there is a high risk of EMI.