Fremont, California (EastBayDaily) — Designed for in-vehicle computers, NEXCOM VMD 2000 vehicle mount display series offers users increased functionality and improved visual assistance within a variety of in-vehicle applications. The VMD 2000 series features an 8-inch touch screen, auto brightness adjustment, single wire connection and robust exterior. With other numerous features such as front camera, speaker, USB port and SD/MMC memory card slot, this rugged vehicle mount display is ideal for in-vehicle applications in sectors such as logistics, emergency services and public transportation.
The VMD 2000 series features an 8-inch touch screen LCD panel with SVGA resolution, brightness of up to 1000 nit, light sensors and anti-glare function. This series displays detailed images, automatically adjusting the screen brightness based on ambient light to give drivers a clear and comfortable view in varying lighting conditions.
More than an information display, the VMD 2000 series with USB port and card reader has several practical uses. For example, carriers can scan tracking labels with a USB scanner and save the data to the SD/MMC memory card. The USB port also comes in handy for maintenance and upgrade of in-vehicle computers. Configured with an optional front camera, the VMD 2000 series can even help physicians guide ambulance attendants through teleconference meeting or help control center monitor in-vehicle activities in cash-in-transit vans.
Optimized for vehicular environments, the VMD 2000 series has passed shock and vibration test based on the MIL-STD-810F standard. In addition, the front panel is compliant with the IP-54 rating to resist water and dust ingress. The extended power input range of 9~36V and operating temperature range of -20~60°C are also important attributes in increasing the reliability and durability of the VMD 2000 series.
The VMD 2000 series consists of three models – the VMD 2000 with LVDS connector, which simplifies cabling and works exclusively with NEXCOM in-vehicle computer VTC series; and the VMD 2001 and VMD 2002 with VGA connectors, which support a wider spectrum of vehicle terminals.