3.5” Rugged IP67 Sunlight Readable Handheld / Portable Screen LCD.
Developed primarily for applications where operator readability and the robot control is at a premium, the compact, handheld design optimizes operator viewing angles. Designed to comply with military specifications to make it suitable for use areas where shock and vibration are key criteria.
5” Rugged IP67 Sunlight Readable Handheld.
The rugged, metal construction of the monitor is exceptional stability, especially important when operation is necessary. Designed to meet the most stringent demands of shock. Sunlight readability transflective technology, enabling clear readability in direct sunlight.
7" Miltary Mod control/IP67
Designed to comply with military specifications to make it suitable, where shock and vibration are key criteria. The IP67 rated Sunlight Readable LCD monitor module is housed in a rugged, aluminum metal case and include the use of extensive shielding. The 7" is a lightweight, portable unit designed to provide the optimum balance between portability and computing power. Used in the field, the high definition sunlight readable 7" display can show detailed situational maps, control unmanned aerial vehicles, or complex targeting applications.
The 10" lightweight, portable computer that offers the performance of a standalone computer. Its durability, high quality screen and compact design make ideal. Designed to comply with military specifications, where shock and vibration are key criteria. The IP67 rated Sunlight Readable LCD monitor module is housed in a rugged, aluminum metal case.
Remote Control Guide is designed to manage all types of robots. For each robot has its own management software. By using the console you can record video surveillance data, shoot photos, record and listen to audio. High quality video recordings with resolution HD you can watch on LCD monitor. For Quattro set we install an additional device for simultaneous watching of video images from all four sensors.
We have also built many custom game-pad controllers that have analog joysticks for driving the robot and controlling the camera pan and tilt. They also has many function buttons for
controlling things like camera zoom, lights, etc. The serial data is sent to a belt worn transceiver, that relays the data to the robot. The video and audio is received from a belt worn receiver
and sent to the mounted 1.8" to 15" LCD.