New 27-Inch Optically Bonded HD CAT 1 IMO Radar and ECDIS Display

Published Jun 15, 2016
Simrad M5027
M5027 with Radar (illustration: Simrad)

The new Simrad® M5027 optically bonded HD monitor for the commercial marine market. The 27-inch Simrad M5027 marine monitor is designed to meet the color calibration requirements of ECDIS systems and the size requirements of 320mm CAT1 radar systems.

The Simrad M5027 monitor is built for long term, reliable operation with an optical bonded LCD as standard. Optical bonded displays eliminate the “air gap” issues of condensation, overheating and contamination common in lesser quality displays. Reliable touch menu controls and IPX6 rated water resistant flush mounting also contribute to long life design.

Jose Herrero, MD of Simrad Commercial marine Division says, “TheSimrad M5027 monitor really does add to the appearance and elegance of a Navico styled CAT 1 GLASS-Bridge.” adding, “It has set the industry standards of monitors with its improved readability of the UI due to enlarged crystal-clear text and graphic information.”

When flush mounted, the Simrad M5027 monitor has an elegant low profile (8mm) all-glass design, and complies with IP66 water resistant regulations. HDMI and DVI inputs are standard, as well as auxiliary analogue video inputs. Bracket mounting or table top mounting options are planned to be available.

Presenting a viewing area that is 597 mm x 336 mm, this extra-large widescreen features 20% more viewing area than a traditional 23-inch display. Crisp HD resolution of 1920 x 1080 pixels and MVA technology provide optimal viewing from anywhere on the bridge or pilothouse. Mariners benefit with larger informational workstations, less cluttered on-screen menus and improved, clarity of data presentation.

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