Data monitoring display

  • 26-Aug-2010 09:14 EDT
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The MicroDisplay from Grayhill is a 3D series display for monitoring data on CAN bus-connected off-highway vehicles. The intuitive display device allows for versatile screen creation with custom graphics, text, and gauges that automatically adjust based on J1939 values. The display is controlled via J1939 commands, so native coding is not required. Screens are created with an included software tool, and commands are received from the vehicle's engine control unit. The MicroDisplay is suitable for presenting gauge data, alert messages, diagnostics, clocks/hour meter, maintenance information, machine setups, and instructions. It was designed for off-highway conditions and is packaged in a rugged, compact unit that is said to be easy to integrate, install, and operate.

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