Nauticomp Signature II marine LED displays are installed throughout the new Spencer 70 Penta Gone Motor yacht, powered by Volvo Penta’s Inboard Propulsion System (IPS). The innovative Volvo Penta corporate flagship, commissioned to showcase the abilities and efficiencies of IPS power, will be on display at the 2011 Miami International Boat Show, February 17-21 (Sea Isle Marina, Slip 148).
Penta Gone visitors will see eight Nauticomp Signature II LED Displays on board: four 19″ displays at the main helm for the Navnet 3d system, cameras, sat tv, and ISIS vessel management system; two 19″ displays in the cockpit with all of the main helm inputs and underwater cameras; and two displays at the aft helm with all of the main helm and cockpit inputs.
With LED backlight technology, Signature II bonded glass displays feature extra slim casings, specially designed for installation on bridges where space is at a premium. Optical enhancing of the bonded glass provides outstanding clarity and greatly improves the ability to use the displays in direct sunlight. At night, they can be easily dimmed to any level from 0 to 100% and selectable as red on any input. With 6 inputs accepting DVI, VGA, NTSC, PAL and SECAM, Signature II displays can show any choice if information selected separately or combined, with the resolution scalable up to SXGA. AC and DC power options.
For more information about Nauticomp Signature II Displays and other Nauticomp products, visit Nauticomp booth 1676 in the Electronics room at the 2011 Miami International Boat Show, February 17-21 – Sea Isle Marina, Slip 148.