Flat Screens, Big Images

The latest in navigation systems, machinery monitoring and control, internal and external shipboard management and communications feature flat screen displays, many of them from- Jakob Hatteland Instrument AS of Nor- way.

Jakob Hatteland Instrument AS (JH1), part of the Hatteland Group, was established in 1987. The company offers a wide range of Industrial and Maritime monitors and displays for most applications.

It uses components from the most reputable manufacturers, a list that includes Hitachi, Sharp, Fujitsu and NEC of Japan. All of the displays are fully tested before delivery and, where required, ruggedized to meet harsh working environments.

JHI offers a range of displays, type approved by the leading classification societies, for use in equipment operating under international regulations. In addition to the commercial marine sector, JHI flat screen technology is also supplied to many of the world's navies.

Among the latest products from Jakob Hatteland Instruments are the JH 20T02 M20, offering a 20.1-in. TFT display and the JH 18T01 M31, providing an 18.1-in TFT screen. Both these units have a full color maximum resolution of 1280 x 1024 pixels and a viewing angle of 160 degrees and 170 degrees, respectively.

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