VMD 1000

7" WVGA Vehicle Mount Display with Touch Screen and LVDS Interface
  • Main Feature
  • 7" WVGA TFT LCD monitor
  • Automatic/ manual brightness control
  • Remote system power control
  • On screen control buttons
  • Support USB 2.0 and card reader
  • Camera sensor on front panel (Optional)
  • Optional sunlight readable touch support
  • Front panel compliant with IP54
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Datasheet(PDF)
General Enclosure: Plastic PC + ABS Mounting: Support VESA 75, panel and wall mounting Power Input: 12VDC Power Consumption: 12W Ingress Protection: Front panel IP54 Dimension: 182mm (W) x 138mm (H) x 36.3mm (D)
(7.17" x 5.43" x 1.43")
Weight (Net): 0.45Kg, 0.99Lb
LCD Panel 7-inch TFT LCD panel with LED backlight 800 x 480 pixels (WVGA) Brightness: 500 cd/m² (typical) Contrast ratio: 600:1 (typical)
Touch Screen Sensor 4-wire resistant touch Anti-glare coating surface Transmission rate: 82 ± 3%
I/O Interface-Front 5 x Control buttons
Power on/off
Volume control (+/-)
Brightness control (+/-)
Light sensor 2 x LED indicators 2 x Built-in speakers (1W)
I/O Interface-Lateral 1 x SD/ MMC/ MS Card Reader 1 x USB type A for Storage 1 x Line-out
(switch to external speaker by auto detection)
1 x Mic-in (from external microphone)
I/O Interface-Bottom Remote System Power On/ Off Button 1 x Mic-out 1 x Line-in 1 x LVDS Connector
(integrating LVDS, USB x 1 and 12Vdc x 1)
Optional Features 2.0M pixels CCD camera on front panel Sunlight-readable touch screen
(4 wires resistive w/ anti-glare coating)
Support VESA mount kit
Environment Operating temperature: -20°C to 70°C Storage temperature: -30°C to 80°C Vibration (random): 5g@5~500 Hz Vibration
Operating: MIL-STD-810F, Method 514.5, Category 20, Ground Vehicle – Highway Truck
Storage: MIL-STD-810F, Method 514.5, Category 24, Integrity Test
Shock
Operating: MIL-STD-810F, Method 516.5, Procedure I, Trucks andsemi-trailers= 20g
Crash hazard: MIL-STD-810F, Method 516.5, Procedure V, Ground equipment= 75g
Standards/ Certifications CE approval FCC Class B
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