CAN-based display

  • 16-Jun-2009 02:47 EDT
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The PowerView 750 CAN-based display from FW Murphy expands the customization options available to the off-highway market. The product features a modular design that can be customized around the equipment manufacturer’s needs. The display integrates electronic engine, transmission, and machine information into a large, full WVGA LCD flat screen with rich full-color graphics. The display can be customized to include up to 16 buttons, to change the number of inputs available on the I/O board, and to change the shape and color of the bezel. Configuration software allows total control over screen design, including items such as logos, menus, instrument layouts, and machine graphics. The display comes equipped with a full operating system (QNX).
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