Overview● 19” Fanless Panel PC with 4th Generation Intel®Core™ i5 Dual-core Processor● -15°C ~ +55°C Wide Temperature and IP66 Protection with Flat-bezel Projected Capacitive Touchscreen● Excellent Visual Performance- Three independent displays- Full OSD function configuration- 0% ~ 100% full range dimming- 178°/178° wide viewing angles- Optical bonding improves visibility under bright light (optional)● Isolation Protection- RS-232/422/485 isolated serial ports- Isolated 18V ~ 36V DC input- 2 x Isolated CAN-bus 2.0B● iRIS Remote Management Module
IEI Marine Computer Series
The maritime field faces critical environmental challenges, making reliable and rugged systems essential. IEI provides maritime professionals and marine-grade panel PCs and monitors and embedded box that use leading technologies and reliable designs which are perfect for applications on the dock, on the open deck, or in the control room or bridge.
Dynamic Position System (DPS)
Dynamic Positioning System (DPS) is a closed-loop control system. It is driven by the control system of the ship to counteract the environmental forces to the ship, such as wind, waves and ocean currents. This mechanism could make ship remain in the position on the sea. DPS precisely calculates the propellant force by continuously monitoring the ship position deviation and analyzing the natural forces which could affect ship’s navigation direction. This process could make the ship remain in the correct position and maintain the right direction. DPS is commonly used at various marine applications, such as subsea engineering work, underwater salvage, marine resources survey, marine engineering lifting, marine engineering umbilical laying, deep diving support, underwater engineering operations and marine engineering comprehensive test. DPS consists of measurement systems, control systems, power systems and propulsion systems, and other components. DPS possesses many functions which include maintaining the specified location, targeting, automatic searching for the best bow position, turning point tracking, ROV automatic tracking, changing the center of rotation, automatic navigation, parallel movement and other functions.
Electronic Chart Display and Information System (ECDIS)
The bridge system usually needs to collect and analyze many observation data, including anemometer stations, speed logs, weather stations and GPS signal. In order to precisely observe the changing walruses, the sensors are usually located at the top of ship or in the open deck. Therefore, with the long distance communication, these signals and communication paths should all follow specific regulation such as NEMA 0813. There are large amounts of data received at bridge, and they should be carefully processed and precisely analyzed. A powerful and reliable embedded box or panel PC is necessary for this task. IEI marine embedded box, the SBOX series, equips up to six COM ports which can be used to synchronously handle a large amount of data. The system of ship bridge consists of many sub-systems, which includes navigation system, path control system, radar system, etc. Most of them usually have dual system in order to prevent the failure of primary system. Additionally, dual system could also appear the identical information such as sea chart to the captain and pilot simultaneously. In practical application, dual or more LAN ports are necessary for connecting and controlling multiple monitors. The SBOX series and the S24A/ S19A series contain six ports and two LAN ports to fulfill the requirements mentioned above.
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Spec Item Description Display Backlight MTBF(hrs) 50000 Brightness(cd/m2) 300 Contrast Ratio 2000 : 1 LCD Size 19" Max Resolution 1280(W) x 1024(H) Environment Humidity 10% to 95% (non-condensing) Operating Temperature -15°C~55°C Storage Temperature -20°C~60°C I/O Interface I/O Ports and Switches DVI-D Signal Input: 2 x DVI (24-pin, female)
VGA Signal Output: 1 x D-sub (15-pin, female) - Clone of VGA IN*
Composite Video Input: 1 x BNC connector (female)
RAM 4GB 1600MHz DDR3 SDRAM (2GB*2)
Two 204-pin 1600/1333 MHz dual-channel DDR3 SDRAM support up to 16GB
LCD LCD Color 16.7M Pixel Pitch (mm) 0.294mm x 0.294mm Viewing Angle (H-V) 178° / 178° Physical Characteristics Cutout Dimensions 576 mm x 358 mm Dimensions (LxWxH) (mm) 592 mm x 374 mm x 113 mm System Chipset Intel® QM87 CPU Intel® 22nm 4th generation Mobile Core™ i5-4400E 2.7GHz processor HDD 1 x 2.5" SATA HDD bay SSD CF Type II Touch Touch Controller 6H Touch Screen EXC7920 (10-point) Weight Weight 13.03Kg I/O Interface I/O Interface 2 x LAN(RJ-45 for Gbe) 1 x Line in 1 x Line out 1 x Mic 1 x PS/2 1 x Power Switch 1 x RS-232((non-isolated)) 4 x RS-422/485((2.5 kv isolation protection)) 2 x USB2.0 2 x USB3.0 1 x HDMI 1 x DVI-D 1 x Power In(Isolated 18-36V DC terminal block) 2 x CAN-bus(terminal block) 2 x Antenna SMA((reserved)) 1 x VGA
Item No. Description S19A-QM87i-i5/PC/4G-R10 19" 300cd/m² SXGA marine panel PC with Intel® Mobile Core™ i5-4400E 2.7GHz CPU, 2*2GB DDR3 RAM, projected capacitive touch screen, isolated 18-36V DC, iRIS-2400 supported, R10
1 x Power Adpater
1 x Screw Kit
1 x Touch Pen
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