Designed specifically for towers, these monitors offer excellent readability of text and images in both bright and dark ambient lighting conditions. They are available in both panel mount and VESA mount versions and come with DVI-I, VGA, compositive video, and S-Video inputs.
See how EIZO's visual display solutions for ATC can be used in airport towers and control centers.
EIZO's selection of primary control monitors consists of both a conventional 2K x 2K and an industry-first 4K x 2K primary control monitor. The Raptor SQ2804 is a 2K x 2K monitor which features EIZO eBlue LED backlight technology for excellent image quality, low energy consumption of just 120 watts at the maximum brightness of 350 cd/m2, and a long backlight lifetime of more than 100,000 hours.
The DuraVision FDH3601 4K x 2K monitor presents control centers with a new type of primary control monitor. It can display one 4K x 2K image across its 36.4-inch screen or both 2K x 2K and auxiliary information simultaneously. It comes with an environmentally-friendly white LED backlight that reduces energy consumption and is mercury free.
EIZO's FlexScan series of LCD monitors offers an extensive range of products for auxiliary use in towers, control centers, and training centers. They come in both square (5:4 and 4:3 aspect ratios) and widescreen (16:10 and 16:9 aspect ratios) formats in a variety of screen sizes. Touch panel models are also available for environments where a touchscreen interface is required.
These graphics boards were developed to meet the specific imaging needs of ATC. The Raptor 4000 series supports legacy UNIX and Linux platforms and applications that require the use of overlays. The Raptor 5000 supports Linux (x86) and Windows platforms where cost is a driving factor. All models have a passive heatsink cooling systems and long-term availability of 5 years or more.
Re/Vue are video recording products that fulfills the specific capture, compression, and data archive requirements found in ATC, training and simulation, and command and control environments. They consist of video and audio recording hardware, supporting driver and control software. They deliver lossless recording at resolutions up to 2K x 2K at 60 frames/second with compression ratios of between 8,000:1 and 20,000:1.