R3s – 2.8″ Round Housing Display

Display Features

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The R3s has a 2.8 inch rectangular colour display with an integrated 5 button keypad. The R3s has the same bezel dimensions as standard 3-3/8″ analogue gauges, allowing it to blend into a variety of dash designs seamlessly.

The QVGA colour display can be viewed in full sunlight, and the unit is totally sealed and electronically extremely durable. This display can provide system control functions and alarm functionality. It is equipped to meet the challenge of providing tough, flexible, maintenance free instrumentation in even the very harshest of environments.

  • 1 x CANbus Connection
  • 4 x Relay Outputs
  • Control Capability
  • Drop in Replacement for 3″ Gauges
  • IP67 All Round Protection

Hardware
CPU Processor is Freescale iMX 286, running 454 MHz
FLASH Memory 128 MB NAND
SRAM 128 MB
Electrical
Display TFT LCD 2.8″
Resolution 320 x 240 QVGA
Active Area 43.2mm (H) x 57.6mm (V)
Viewing Angle 70/80 degrees left/right/down/up
Contrast Ratio 300:1
Brightness 750 NIT
Power Requirements 10V to 32V DC
Sounder Internal Buzzer
Connection 1 x 12 pin Deutsch DT04 – 12P Moulded in Recepticle
Environmental
Operating temperature -20°C to +70°C
Storage Temperature -30°C to +80°C
Degree of Protection IP67
Mechanical
Case material ABS
Case colour Black
Dimensions 85mm diameter x 49mm high Bezel 96mm diameter
Part Number
9280 R3s – 2.8″ Round Housing Display

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