CAN display

  • 30-Apr-2009 11:39 EDT
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The PowerView Model from FW Murphy is a fully modular CAN-based display that can be completely customized around an equipment manufacturer’s needs. The PowerView 750 integrates electronic engine, transmission, and machine information into a VGA LCD flat screen with full-color graphics. Designed to isolate primary components, it was structured to make the hardware, software, and mechanicals flexible and can be customized to include up to 16 buttons, a varied number of I/O inputs, and different bezel shapes and colors. Configuration software allows control over screen design, including logos, menus, instrument layout, and machine graphics. The display includes an operating system and three CAN inputs, as well as one video input to support a rearview camera and a USB port for firmware updates and diagnostic data.

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