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IEI Launches the Marine Monitor Series S19M and S24M


Features Optical Bonding Enhance Visibility
ECDIS Adjustable LCD Brightness and Auto-Dimming Available
OSD Control on Front Panel 6H Multiple Projected Capacitive Touchscreen
Picture-in-Picture (PIP) Function & Surveillance Application
Reliable Power System Dual Video Input Support
Daisy Chain OSD Remote Control Versatile Mounting Methods
DNV Compliance
Specifications Dimensions Ordering information Options Packing list

IP66 Front / IP22 Rear
-15°C ~ +55°C Wide Temperature and Flat-bezel Projected Capacitive Touchscreen
Excellent Visual Performance
  • Full OSD function configuration • 0%~100% full range dimming • 178°/178° wide viewing angles
Multiple Video Input - Two VGA, two DVI, and one BNC
Multiple Video Output - One VGA and one BNC
Dual Isolated AC/DC Input with Redundant Power Protection
Remote OSD Settings through LAN, RS-232, RS-422 and RS-485

   Optical Bonding Enhance Visibility (optional)
The lightness is a crucial factor to sailing safety. IEI provides an option for optical bonding between touchscreen and LCD panel. The light transmitting between various medias could produce reflection. Traditionally, there is an air gap between touchscreen and LCD panel, which could reflect light seriously. It could affect the sailing security tremendously. Adding optical bonding material between touchscreen and LCD panel can improve reflection effectively and increase brightness by 10%. Furthermore, it not only increases hardness of touchscreen but also reduces power consumption.

Improving the viewing experience
• Increase contrast ratio by 400% in sunlight
• Increase brightness by 10%
Increasing the display ruggedness
• Increase the falling ball impact resistance by up to 3 times
Reduced power consumption
• By reducing the light loss due to reflection

   ECDIS (optional)
For industrial and commercial applications, color rendering accuracy and consistency are absolutely essential. The human eye is generally likely to be impacted by environment and misled presentation of colors in the brain. The maritime environment is much more ruggedized compared with general industrial environment. The requirements for the degree of light and dark and color of accuracy are more stringent. Color calibration technology ensures that monitor would effectively show the largest accuracy and minimum deviation of artificial color. IEI marine monitors and panel PCs follow the IEC 61174 ECDIS regulation. It is performed by monitoring up to N checkpoints and measuring the color and brightness of the display. After precisely calculating and highly reliable calibrating, the profile matrix will be stored in the firmware of monitor. The monitors (PPCs) compliant with ECDIS specifications will provide a more safe and secure maritime environment.

   Adjustable LCD Brightness and Auto-Dimming Available
The auto-dimming function could slightly modify LCD brightness according to ambient light. To consider the safety of navigation and operators’ eye comfort, both LCD brightness and OSD brightness are designed to be programmable.

   OSD Control on Front Panel
On Screen Display (OSD) offers customers a quick way to modify the LCD brightness. In contrary to traditional tuner, the full flat OSD design not only features beautiful outward appearance but also improves the shortcoming of dust accumulation in physical button.

   6H Multiple Projected Capacitive Touchscreen
The IEI marine products provide capacitive multi-touch up to 10 points (2-point on 24” model). In practical applications, 10-point touch can simulate engine button and pump switch so that there will be less real buttons. This can enhance the reliability of marine infrastructure.

   Picture-in-Picture (PIP) Function & Surveillance Application
Picture-in-Picture function offers high efficiency to surveillance. You can monitor the radar information and observe surveillance video simultaneously. Simply connect BNC camera to BNC input port and link DVR to BNC output port. Therefore, you can monitor and record at the same time, and the record can be saved for further use.
Main Channel
Sub Channel   VGA1 VGA2 DVI1 DVI2 CVBS1
VGA1 X   X X X
VGA2   X X X X
DVI1 X X X   X
DVI2 X X   X X

   Reliable Power System
There are usually two systems - one master for use, and one slave for backup. IEI provides isolated redundant power, which means you will have separate power inputs, including AC source and DC source. When AC source is terminated, the DC source will continue to supply power to the device.

   Dual Video Input Support
The IEI marine products equips with two VGA inputs and two DVI inputs. VGA is designed for the old ships while DVI is designed for the new ones. Additionally, in order to prevent failure of the main system, dual video input design is provided for much more reliability. Hence, operation will not be terminated due to switching between systems
VGA output port features display cascade function, providing a convenient way to duplicate display signal. This function helps customers to connect devices quickly and easily.

   Daisy Chain OSD Remote Control
It is essential to show the same displays to captains and pilots through the monitors which are usually cascaded at the ship bridge. The marine monitor equips both VGA input and VGA output. By connecting the VGA-out of the first monitor to the VGA-in of the second monitor, the IEI marine monitors feature group display with maximum up to 16 screens in the group. To comply with the ECDIS regulation, adjusting the brightness and contrast on all monitors at the same time is necessary, and this can be achieved through the Ethernet or serial COM ports. LAN is used to communicate in long distance in the group; as for short distance, COM port is the best choice. The LAN port can also be used for updating firmware and maintaining service.

   Versatile Mounting Methods (optional)
Versatile mounting methods provide customers a secure way to settle the instrument. We provide three different mounting kits for customers, which include stand, ceiling mount kit and panel mount kit.

   DNV Compliance
The DNV regulation is one of the most stringent standards in the maritime industry. It sets the minimum requirements of devices based on where the device is located. IEI marine series complies with DNV regulations and has passed tests for temperature, humidity, vibration, EMC and water- and dust-proof levels.
■ Operating Temperature
The marine series can run in wide temperature environment from -15°C to 55°C.
Temperature Class A Class B Class C Class D
Location Machinery spaces, control rooms, accommodation, bridge Inside cubicles, desks, etc. with temperature rise of 5° C or more Pump rooms, holds, rooms with no heating Open deck, masts
Minimum equipment specification Ambient temperatures: +5°C to +55°C Ambient temperatures: +5° C to +70°C Ambient temperatures: -25°C to +55°C Ambient temperatures: -25°C to +70°C
■ Humidity
The marine series conforms to DNV class A of humidity.
Temperature Class A Class B
Location Locations where special pre-cautions are
taken to avoid condensation
All other locations
Minimum equipment specification Relative humidity up to 96 % at all
relevant temperatures.
Relative humidity up to 100 % at all
relevant temperatures
■ Vibration
The marine series is subjected to DNV Class A vibration test and can be widely used on bulkheads, beams, deck and bridge.
Temperature Class A Class B Class C
Location On bulkheads, beams,
deck, bridge
On machinery such as internal combustion engines, com-pressors, pumps, including piping on such machinery Masts
Minimum equipment specification Frequency range: 3-13.2 Hz, Amplitude: 1.0 mm (peak value) Frequency range: 13.2-100 Hz, Acceleration amplitude: 0.7 g Frequency range: 3-25 Hz, Amplitude: 1.6 mm (peak value) Frequency range: 25-100 Hz, acceleration amplitude: 4.0 g Frequency range: 3-13.2 Hz,
Amplitude: 3.0 mm (peak value)
Frequency range: 13.2-50 Hz,
Acceleration amplitude: 2.1 g
Being different to CE and FCC standards, DNV regulations especially emphasize the importance of electromagnetic compatibility. IEI marine series is compliant with strict class B level and can provide a safe operating environment of sailing period.
Vibration Class B
Location All locations including bridge and open deck
Minimum equipment specification Immunity
Conducted Low
(Test 3.14.4)
Electrical Fast Transient/Burst
(Test 3.14.5)
Electrical Slow Transient Surge (Test 3.14.6)
AC 50/60 Hz Supply Voltage up to 15th harmonics: 10% of UN 15th to 100th harmonics: decreasing from 10% to 1% of UN 100th to 200th: harmonics 1% of UN DC Supply Voltage Frequency Sweep Range: 50 Hz to 10 kHz Signal Level: 3 V r.m.s. max 2W Amplitude : 2 kV line on power supply port/earth; 1 kV on I/O data control and communication ports(coupling clamp) Amplitude:
0.5 kV, differential mode
1 kV, common mode
Conducted Radio Frequency
(Test 3.14.7 – Table 3.20/3.21)
Radiated Electromagnetic Field (Test 3.14.8) Electrostatic Discharge
(Test 3.14.9)
Frequency range:150 kHz - 80 MHz Voltage level (e.m.f.): 3 V r.m.s. Spot frequencies: 2/3/4/6.2/8.2/12.6/16.5/18.8/22/25 MHz. Voltage level (e.m.f.) :10 V r.m.s. Frequency range: 80 MHz to 2 GHz Electric field strength: 10 V/m Output voltage Air: 8 kV Contact: 6 kV
Radiated (Test 3.14.10 - 11)