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Flat Panel Displays

      9/27/2001

Flat Panel Displays

MARIS announced that their ECDIS900 is the first ECDIS in the world to receive a type approval certificate to IEC 60945 for use onboard ships. The company’s SmartLine of products is based on Flat Panel Computers (FPC) using LCD (Liquid Crystal Display) technology. This technology has many benefits over traditional displays used today. The LCD is flat, no spherical aberrations are present, the reflection of light is minimized for better viewing in sunny conditions, and there are no substantial electromagnetic disturbances that are typically generated by conventional ECDIS displays.

Brightness and intensity are much improved offering better viewing conditions, and other benefits such as less power, less weight, less space are also important when considering replacement of equipment.

MARIS also offers a “PC radar kit ” which can expand their ECDIS900 to show a radar video overlay. In addition, an ARPA2000 software package can supplement the traditional radar/ARPA display (slave and master). Inter-switching of two or more radar/ARPAs is done through software eliminating expensive hardware. MARIS claims to have more than 90% market share for commercial ships (retrofit) in Scandinavia.


 

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