From its inception in 1973, General Digital has provided diverse products and services for high-end commercial, industrial and military applications. Additionally, they have worked diligently to deliver scores of standard and custom flat-panel products, optical enhancements and software solutions to the naval community.
The company’s extensive selection of LCD monitor products and peripherals are used on various programs supporting navigation, global positioning, communications, fire control, targeting, and man-machine interfaces. General Digital provides products for both C4I (command, control, communication and computer intelligence) and C4ISRT (command, control, communication and computer intelligence surveillance reconnaissance telemetry) applications.
From rack-mounted flip-up LCD monitor / keyboards to standalone enclosures to open frame monitor kits to dual display units to customized LCDs, General Digital has a long list of rugged display products that have satisfied customers in the US and foreign naval arenas.
For environments requiring twice the average display area, General Digital offers the TwoView. Amazingly, this rack-mount unit measures only 2U (3.5 inches) high when stowed, yet accommodates two large flip-up displays (15 inches to 19 inches) and an integral mil-spec keyboard with trackball.
The rugged TwoView features a lightweight enclosure made from a combination of steel and aluminum, and a spring coil latch to keep the displays secure when stowed. It’s ready to take on the most demanding industrial or military task.
As with most of General Digital’s LCD monitors, the TwoView comes with a full-featured video controller, offering support for NTSC, SECAM, PAL, RS-170, composite, sync-on-green,S-video, and numerous other video signals. For applications not requiring a keyboard and trackball, General Digital offers the TwoView Micro, which features dual flip-down displays, and can be rack mounted as well as wall or ceiling mounted.
The SlimLine 1U and SlimLine Lite II series cleverly combine a flip-up LCD monitor, keyboard and pointing device in one unit and are the perfect complement to General Digital’s other innovative, rack-mount products. Optimized for its ultra-low profile (1.75 inches high), the SlimLine 1U is designed to save valuable rack space and expense by providing a reliable and user-friendly operator interface. It is also designed to meet industrial and MIL-STD-810E and TEMPEST Level 2 requirements.
The SlimLine Lite II measures a mere 2U (3.5 inches) high, yet is rugged enough to meet MIL-STD-810F requirements. Additionally, it can be configured with a smart card reader, which serves to streamline workflow and can be utilized as a common access card (CAC) reader. Numerous keyboard options are available with which to configure your SlimLine Series units. Choose from commercial, industrial and military grades. Many are NEMA4 / NEMA12 sealed and meet MIL-STD-810F, MIL-STD-901D and MIL-STD-167B shock and vibration requirements. The pointing device for most keyboards is a 1-3/8 inch, durable, sealed trackball. Available keyboard-trackball interfaces are PS/2, PC and Sun USB, and Sun Type 5 (8-pin Mini DIN).
The SlimLine Series’ compact designs and industrial durability, combined with General Digital’s legendary configuration control and long product lifecycles, make them the ideal rack mount solution for network administration, telecommunications, mobile applications, and more.
Designed to meet the stringent requirements of most military and COTS (commercial off the shelf) applications, General Digital’s Saber 901D Series is compliant with MIL-STD-901D, Grade A and Class II lightweight shock requirements. Additionally, they are designed with the intent to meet several other military standards, including: MIL-STD-108E, MIL-STD-167-1, MIL-STD-461E, MIL-STD-740-1, MIL-STD-740-2, MIL-STD-810F.
Outfitted with military-grade I/O connectors, the stylish and robust unit features a modular subassembly, which has numerous benefits. Additionally, this sunlight readable unit is compatible with Night Vision Imaging System (NVIS) goggles and utilizes an all-LED backlight that is MIL-STD-3009 compliant. Video support is wide ranging, including NTSC, SECAM, PAL, RS-170, Composite, S-video, Sync-on-Green, and more.
General Digital Corporation
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United States of America
Tel: +1 860 282 2900