AVM4227Q – 22″ Rugged Quad Display

The AVM4227Q offers full HD resolution in a rugged widescreen display that has minimal footprint and extensive capability.

This sharp, crisp display gives operators a pixel-for-pixel, sensor-to-display option with HD sensors, that is ideal for ISR missions. Additionally, a standard quad processing option allows for simultaneous viewing of up to four inputs at once. Operators may choose between six screen configurations such as, Full Screen, Picture-in-Picture, Side-by-Side, Quad Horizontal, Quad Vertical, and Quad.

A full complement of HD, SD, VGA, and DVI connections allow integration of a variety of moving maps and moving map systems. NVIS capability, along with a wide dimming range, round out the features that make this versatile display ideal for the most critical missions.

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About the AVM4227Q - 22" Rugged Quad Display

The AVM4227Q offers six screen modes:

Full screen mode displays only one input signal.

Picture-in-picture mode displays two input signals simultaneously, one in a large format and one in a smaller window, whose position is configurable.

Picture-by-picture (or side-by-side) mode displays two input signals next to each other as equally-sized images.

Quad mode displays four input signals, in four equal sizes.

Quad horizontal mode displays input signals as one large and three small images along the top or bottom side of the display.

Quad vertical mode displays input signals as one large and three small images along the left or right sides of the display.

AVM4227Q - 22" Rugged Quad Display Specifications

Display Area

21.5

Aspect Ratio

16:9

Height

13.5

Width

20.79

Depth

3.56

Native Resolution

1920 x 1080

Video Inputs

2 DVI, 2 VGA, 4 HD, 6 SD

Video Outputs

1 DVI, 2 HD, 2 SD

Input Voltage

18-28 VDC

Weight

22

Operating Temperature Range

-45° C to 70° C

Storage Temperature Range

-55° C to 85° C

Qualification

DO-160 Qualified

Screen Modes

PbP, PiP, Quad

Touch Screen

Standard PCAP

NVIS

(Option) NVIS-B

Quad Windowing

Standard