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Engineered for harsh environments, shock and vibration, our robust product solutions have been designed into many military applications.
|Picture||Size||Part Number||Panel Size||Active Area||Resolution||Color||Dot Size||Dot Pitch||Thickness||Bonding||IC||Interface||Connection Method||Datasheet|
|USMP-P005-064032WBI-A0||14.5 x 11.6||11.18 x 5.58||W||0.155 x 0.155||0.175 x 0.175||1.02||COG||I2C||Hot Bar|
|2.7"||USMP-P027-128064NBI-A0||64.61 x 37||61.41 x 30.69||128 x 64||Y||0.45 x 0.45||0.48 x 0.48||1.82||SPD0301||Parallel, SPI, I2C||Connector|
|Diagonal Size||Resolution||Brand||Part Number||Outline||Interface||Active Area||Viewing Angle||Contrast Ratio||Brightness||Operating Temp.||Storage Temp.||Touch Panel||Datasheet|
|4.3"||480 x 272||USMP||USMP-TT043WS-01F||105.5 x 67.2x2.6||Digital 24-bits RGB||96.7 x 55.3||60 / 60 / 60 / 60||600||460||-20~70C||10-90C||No|
|12.3"||1920 x 720||USMP||T123-19200720C-82A0||330.0×150.75×17.93||LVDS||292.032×109.512||85 / 85 / 85 / 85||1000||700||-30 ~ 85°C||-40 ~ 95°C||No|
|12.3"||1920 x 720||USMP||USMP-T1230-19200720N-82A0||310×128×7.7||LVDS||292.032×109.512 (H)||85 / 85 / 85 / 85||1000||1000||-30 ~ 85°C||-40 ~ 95°C||CTP|
|12.3"||1920 x 720||USMP||USMP-T123-19200720C-82A1||330.0×150.75×18.13||LVDS||292.032×109.512||85 / 85 / 85 / 85||1000||1000||-30 ~ 80°C||-40 ~ 90°C||CTP|
Open Frame Monitor Products
|Panel Size||Part Number||Resolution||Active Size||Brightness||Display Colors||Operating Temp.||Pixel Pitch||Viewing Angle||Datasheet|
|19"||USMP-OFIA185-W-01B||1366 x 768||409.8 x 230.4||250||16.7M||0°~50°||0.3 x 0.3||170 / 160|
A few have been listed below. We have designed solutions ranging from very economical COTS products to very high MIL spec products.
|High image quality (high resolution and high contrast)||High color gamut|
|High brightness for outdoor readability||Low cost options available|
|Ruggedized design||Wide view angles|
|High reliability test requirement||Quick response time, quick refresh rate to prevent lag|
|Certification required||Privacy film|
|Wide temperature range||High Brightness, outdoor readable (depends on application)|
|Long display lifetime|
|Long product support (over 5 years)|
|Wide temperature range|
|Long display lifetime|
|Long product support|
|Testing for brightness available|
We also build highly customized trackballs for military applications. Here are some of examples of USMP’s products for the military:
US Navy Tac 4 Trackballs
Our industrial/military 50 mm trackball was used in this application. It had to meet a number of stringent military specifications for shock, vibration and environmental requirements. It also had to withstand 150 pounds of pressure on the unit – the equivalent of someone standing on the trackball. This unit included a heavy metal fascia plate and four buttons for mouse input functions. Due to the stainless steel components and rugged design of the unit, the trackballs have held up in the field very well.
Air Force One Trackball
Our durable 3-button fascia mounted trackball is currently being used on Air Force One. The small footprint of this unit made it a perfect choice for this application where real estate is at a premium. The sealed unit helps prevent unwanted ball movement due to aircraft vibrations.
Army CHS2 Trackball
Our rugged 38 mm sealed trackball was used in another military application during Desert Storm. The robust seal on this unit has held up very well against the harsh sands of the desert.
Military Helicopter Trackball
Our highly engineered Trackball is customized to meet mil specs for Naval helicopters. The trackball is designed to work perfectly in the high vibration, tough environmental conditions of this application.
Our Display Engineers will analyze your requirements and design the best solution for your specific application. Once we design a solution, we will manufacture, do quality control and deliver a high quality display at the best value. To find out more about our Engineered Display Solutions Process, visit our Custom Displays page.
For more questions about our custom trackballs, visit the Trackballs page.