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Complete and detailed overview of all navigation- and work activities with a single large display,
customized to show all your wanted information.
Scaleable display size, typical 4 x 55" display, working as one single big screen
Virtually the only display you need on the front console*
Huge display area, many times larger than traditional multi-screen solutions
Customizable setup for personal preferences
Pre-configured setup for navigation, fishfinding, Skipper 1, Skipper 2 or other requirements
Remote control by trackball and wireless touchpanel**
Display video from all network signal
Easy installation for new buildings and retrofitting
* IMO required monitors in the sideconsol may be mandatory
** Only equipment with standard USB network interface
The VideoWall can display all videosignals and furthermore, the system support operations of all sensors
and equipment that can be managed by standard USB connection - which is the vast majority of modern maritime equipment.
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Combined Display size
The VideoWall is made up of any number of monitors. A setup of 4 x 55 inches, as seen in the image above,
is a typical setup that provides the operator with an unparralled overview. The display, composed by
multiple individual displays, works as one big screen. This means that for example a radar-image can be
extended to fill the entire display.
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Setup & Operations
The setup of the VideoWall is made from the Captain’s Operator workstation. A PC that can be placed at any suitabel
position on board. A number of different compositions can be arranged, i.e. personal, specific setups for navigation,
fishing or whatever the need might be.
Everyday operations of the applications on the VideoWall is done with a trackball and from a small touch panel
of owners choice.These controls can be placed on a suitable place, usually within reach of the navigator chair.
From here the operator can easily choose among the predesigned personal setups.
The use of each of the applications in the setup (like plottting targets on the Radar, changing rangescale on
the Sonar etc.) can be done from a simple trackball placed on the armwrist or another comfortable position.
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Placement of the VideoWall
The VideoWall can be flushmounted as a integrated part of the bridge design or placed in brackets on the deck.
These brackets are made in a rugged design to ensure that the VideoWall can handle the demanding conditions at sea.
If the VideoWall is installed as a replacement of a traditional multi-monitor solution, a large amount of deckspace
can be saved, in spite the much larger display size.
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Connection Diagram
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pdf button FURUNO VideoWall Brochure