Trident says that the transflective film technology used in the displays enhances visibility in outdoor or bright ambient environments, and as such are suited to maritime applications like radar, navigation displays, automatic identification systems (AIS), and monitoring and surveillance systems.
The marine bridge system LCD uses what the company calls "hyper dimming" technology that can control backlight brightness linearly from close to 0 per cent to 100 per cent by a dimming knob.
The marine panel PCs are designed to offer fanless, low power computing, and include an AMD CS 5536 chipset, transflective panel, IP65 protection, touchscreen and a wide voltage range.
The PCs are available with two USB 2.0 and three COM ports, VGA, LAN, and a compact flash socket for extension. They are available in sizes from 8.4 to 19 inches, with high brightness versions available on the 12.1 and 15 inch models.