Thursday, May 13th 2021

EIZO Releases 55-Inch 4K UHD Chart Table Monitor with Multitouch Capability

EIZO Corporation today announced the DuraVision MDU5501WT - a 55-inch chart table monitor with 3840 x 2160 (4K UHD) resolution with projected capacitive (PCAP) touch panel technology for modern maritime route planning and navigation. The DuraVision MDU5501WT's 55-inch 4K UHD screen provides ample space for ship operators to view crucial navigational information from one or more applications in a single location. This allows operators to view navigational charts and other applications in detail, reducing the need to switch windows or zoom.

The monitor can be laid horizontally and has a fully flat surface, allowing it to double as a table for laying out traditional paper charts when they are called for. The wide edges provide a place for the crew to conveniently set items or rest their hands without obstructing the view of the screen. The monitor features PCAP multitouch technology, allowing it to detect up to 10 simultaneous finger inputs or up to two styluses. It is also equipped with palm rejection which allows operators to rest their hand or arm directly on the screen without causing any unintended touch input. Furthermore, the monitor detects liquid spillage on the screen which causes it to automatically disable touch functionality temporarily until the spill has been cleaned. Users can easily turn touch detection on or off by pushing the button conveniently located on the monitor's outer rim.
The monitor is equipped with Picture-in-Picture (PinP), which allows operators to display a second video source, such as surveillance camera video, at 1920 x 1080, 1280 x 720, or 960 x 540 resolution in one of the corners of the screen. It also supports Picture-by-Picture (PbyP), which displays data from two different signal sources side by side, such as radar and navigational charts, at 1920 x 2160 resolution. The EIZO Screen Rotator application turns the image on the monitor by 180° at the single touch of a button, allowing users to switch the current view for crew members on the opposite side of the table.

The DuraVision MDU5501WT's backlight brightness, gamma, and RGB color settings are calibrated at the factory for accurate color reproduction that meets the highly specialized requirements of ECDIS systems. The monitor meets IEC 61174, IEC 62288, and IEC 62388 international standards for ECDIS. The ECDIS indicator located on the front of the monitor lights up when the brightness and color settings correctly meet the requirements for ECDIS.

The monitor is designed with the durability to withstand harsh maritime environments, complying with temperature conditions, humidity, and vibration as defined by the IEC 60945 international standard for maritime navigation and radio communication equipment and systems. Furthermore, the monitor accepts both DC and AC connectors separately, or in parallel for redundancy.

Additional Features
  • DisplayPort, HDMI, DVI-D
  • RS-232C, RS-485, USB
  • Touch stylus and holder included
  • Wide dimming range (less than 1 cd/m² to 610 cd/m²)
  • IP65 (front), IP22 (rear)
  • Approval from maritime classifications: LR, DNV (Norway / Germany), ABS, NK
  • 24-hour, 3-year manufacturer's warranty
Availability
The DuraVision MDU5501WT will begin shipping in July 2021.

For more information, visit the product page.
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5 Comments on EIZO Releases 55-Inch 4K UHD Chart Table Monitor with Multitouch Capability

#1
Tardian
If only these would used for good?
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#2
Chomiq
TardianIf only these would used for good?
Since when sea navigation is evil?
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#3
Tardian
Since the beginning of history?
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#4
Easo
TardianSince the beginning of history?
What are you even talking about?
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#5
Synthwave
EasoWhat are you even talking about?
Prolly about the little pills he forgot to take in the morning. )
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