Industrial monitor series has six display sizes
A total of 12 industrial-grade monitors from Mitwell, part of the Portwell group, aredesigned for the industrial automation and transportation markets.
The MD series is available in 12 variants with six display sizes, formats and resolutions. The display size starts from the compact 12.1-inch variant with a resolution of 1024 x 786 pixels and scales up to the 21.5-inch variants with 1920 x 1080 pixels (full-HD). Customers can choose between resistive touch and PCAP touch versions for all sizes. PCAP multi-touch displays are particularly convenient in industrial automation as they can be operated with or without gloves.
All monitors in the MD series are enclosed by a robust metal housing, and anti-glare screen. They also offer IP65 protection on the front, again particularly suitable for hard industrial environments. All MD monitors have high shock and vibration tolerance and, depending on the version, can be used at ambient temperatures of -30 to 70 degree C, 0 to +60 degree C or 0 to +50 degree C. According to Mitwell, the robust design ensures high product reliability and minimises service costs.
Brightness which can optionally be extended to up to 1500 nits, with a wide view angle allow for use in a daylight environment. For special conditions anti-fouling/fingerprint, anti-reflective and anti-spy surface options can be added on request.
The MD series monitors offer one VGA and one DVI as standard video-in. Optional changes can be made for video input signal combinations, for example, VGA+HDMI+DP or VGA+HDMI+ RS-232.
Portwell designs and manufactures SBCs, backplane, redundant power supply, rack mount and node chassis, embedded architecture products, DVR system platforms and communications appliances. It also provides R&D and project management services to reduce time to market and reduce project risk and cost for customers. Portwell is also an ISO 13485, ISO 9001 and ISO 14001 certified company that deploys quality assurance through product design, verification and manufacturing cycles.