Stand-alone video displays

  • 10-Sep-2011 12:09 EDT

The Alpha series of Curtiss-Wright Controls’ Skyquest displays is suited for air and ground surveillance. Two configurations are offered: the Alpha-3800-01, a 15-in display, and the Alpha-2600-01, a 10.4-in display. Both units feature 1024 x 768 resolution and various I/O options for compatibility with a range of electro-optic turrets, cameras, moving maps, and PCs. The rugged displays support dual-LED backlighting technology that provides high brightness and full color with direct sunlight readability for daylight missions while offering optional night vision goggle filtered backlighting for night flying operations. It has an array of video inputs. The standard high-definition HD-SDI input/output supports the highest quality image from HD sensors. A touch-screen option enables users to easily control moving maps or a PC via a USB interface.

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