ECDIS Marine Panel PCs
Winmate ECDIS Marine Panel PCs are tested in alignment with DNV certifications IEC60945 and IACS-E10 for maritime applications. Colour calibrated for ECDIS compliance – and supplied with features comprising of rapid brightness dimming control, projective capacitive (10 point) touch screen, capacitive touch keys and wide voltage range power input at 9-36 V DC, all go to make Winmate’s range of marine PC competent solutions for most maritime applications.
Certified for Marine Computing Applications
Winmate ECDIS Marine Panel PCs are also tested to comply with standard DNVGL-CG-0339, ensuring they meet the marine industry’s international regulatory requirements. Winmate also performs its own in-house reliability testing to also ensure repeatable performance in all harsh maritime environments.
ECDIS true colour representation
Winmate ECDIS Marine Panel range of Panel PC’s are adjustable for day, dusk or night time use via interactive capacitive touch keys to accommodate for any on board lighting condition. Winmate calibrates colour settings for pre-release at the factory so accurate colour representation is provided in alignment with ECDIS standard, IEC 61174.
Sleek design for modern bridge workstations
With ease of maintenance and cleaning integral to the design, the cover glass lens of Winmates marine panel PC range provide excellent protection from scratching and reduces the opportunity for accumulation of dust and liquid during use. The true-flat TFT display surface provides for ‘slim’ aesthetics so that device goes beyond the conventional look of most standard/industrial-look marine computers, with a sleek, ‘edge-to-edge design’ whilst still retaining a rugged construction and flexible mounting options.
Ultimate Touch Experience
The user experience is enhanced with via pCAP touch overlay that supports multi-point touch (10 point). The touch support system provided with all Winmate Marine Panel PC solutions enables them to meet the most challenging of applications such as bridge navigation and control.
- 1 x Ethernet LAN,
- 2 x USB2.0, 1 x USB3.0
- 1 x HDMI port
- Optional 4-Channel Isolated Digital Input and Output,
- Optional 4 x COM ports RS232/422/485 that meet the NMEA 0183 National Marine Electronics Association physical layer standard -switchable via software.
Winmate ECDIS Marine Panel PC Features
- 10″ 1280 x 800 to 26” 1920 x 1200 resolution with projective capacitive multi-touch screen
- Edge-to-edge narrow bezel design and fanless cooling system
- Colour calibrated for ECDIS compliance (Optional)
- Capacitive touch keys for quick function access and display control
- Support ECDIS DAY, DUSK, and NIGHT mode switching
- Optional 4 x COM port (NMEA 0183 protocol) 422/485 switchable via software
- Meet the requirements of industrial marine standards, including IEC60945 4th Edition, DNVGL-CG-0339, IACS E10
- Support capacitive touch key lock / touchscreen lock function
Winmate W26IH3S-MRA1FP 26″ IP66 i5 PCAP ECDIS Marine Panel PC
Winmate W24IH3S-MRA1FP 24″ IP66 i5 PCAP ECDIS Marine Panel PC
Winmate R19IH3S-MRA1FP 19″ IP66 i5 PCAP ECDIS Marine Panel PC
Winmate R15IH3S-MRA3FP 15″ IP66 i5 PCAP ECDIS Marine Panel PC
Winmate W10IB3S-MRH2 10.1″ IP66 i5 PCAP ECDIS Marine Panel PC
Marine Panel PCs | IEC60945, DNV and ECDIS Certified
Marine Panel PCs are designed for maritime applications to assist with vessel navigation, monitoring & surveillance and ship automation systems.
ECDIS Marine Panel PCs are built and tested according to the DNV Standard Certifications, IEC60945, and IACS-E10. Colour calibrated for ECDIS compliance, other features include dimming brightness, resistive & projective capacitive multi-touch screens, capacitive touch keys and wide voltage range power input 9-36 V DC.
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