Green Marine Monitors Launches Multi-Touch Marine Displays

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New multi-touch marine displays added to Green Marine Monitors product line.

Green Marine Monitors, a leading manufacturer of sunlight readable marine displays, announced today the launch of its new 50 Series multi-touch line. Incorporating the latest projected capacitive multi-touch technology these displays are capable of controlling most current marine black box and PC based software systems.

“Our new multi-touch displays solve the conundrum of choosing between a clean glass front display and awkward controllers”, said Keith Grapes, President and Founder of Green Marine Monitors. “Until now customers have had to choose between displays with visible control buttons on the front or displays with a clean glass front that need to be paired with separate three or more button controllers. Our concealed control buttons maintain a clean glass look and only appear when the logo is pressed. After five seconds of inactivity the buttons conceal again. We are delivering a product that gives our customers the best of both worlds.”

Available in 19 inch standard and 24 inch wide formats these displays are built to the same height allowing mixing and matching across a console. Each display has (7) signal inputs and (3) modes of picture-in-picture capability. 1,000 nits brightness combined with optically bonded anti-reflective glass ensure all information is easily viewable even in bright sunlight. Additional product improvements include the use of LED panels with super wide viewing angles and new isolated power supplies.

About Green Marine Monitors
Green Marine Monitors is a leading manufacturer of LED marine displays. Combining environment friendly manufacturing practices with low power requirements, Green Marine’s products are available through a network of marine dealers and distributors.

For more information on the new multi-touch displays visit: http://www.greenmarinemonitors.com

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