New Murphy Multi-Function Display
Murphy has announced the newest addition to its PowerView product line, the model PV780 multi-function display. The PV780 display joins the existing PowerView display portfolio all designed to offer OEMs a range of capabilities that perform in rugged, outdoor environments.
The PV780 display adds features to the current multi-function display that integrates engine, transmission, and equipment information and control into an easy-to-read operator interface, Murphy said.
The additional features and benefits of the PV780 include: a brighter, 1000 nit LCD that is operational from -40o to 185o F (-40°to +85°C) and maintains the fog-proof and high vibration capability with the bonded LCD; added I/O – 5 digital inputs for integrating external switches that add control via the CANbus; real-time clock with battery back-up; 3 NTSC/PAL video inputs – a video switcher is no longer needed for multiple cameras; wider operating voltage range that operates through engine crank; and service reminders for tracking scheduled maintenance.
Murphy said the PV780 supports both mechanical and electronic engines including Tier 4 final and Euro Stage 4 engines; 10 languages --additional languages such as Hindi can be added; and data logging capabilities for faults, GPS tracking, and other information.
The PV780 display is configurable with PowerVision Configuration Studio v2.6, which allows users to edit CAN parameters, add OEM branding, and create custom equipment screens for a unique and sophisticated user interface.