What rugged mounting options are available for your Military arm LCD monitors?

This is our FDBASE-ML. It is the mounting base for the Military arm.

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This is screwed directly into the wall/location where the arm and display are to be mounted. You’ll notice the 4 holes on the front of the raised section. This is where the Military arm screws into the base itself.

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In this picture you can see how those come together. They are not just locked into each other, but firmly screwed together with 4 screws, so they are very secure.

How do I change the resolution on the FDCVGA-2?

The default resolution for the FDCVGA-2 is 1024×768. Using serial commands, you can change the resolution to 800×600 or higher than 1024×768.

If you need to go to a lower resolution (such as 640×480), you must send it to Flight Display Systems or request it to be pre-configured before purchase. There is no additional charge for this.

During flight with an IR camera, the customer receives a blank screen for a few minutes and then video display returns to normal. What is the cause for this?

During flight with an IR camera, the customer receives a blank screen for a few minutes and then video display returns to normal. What is the cause for this?

Certain types of Infrared cameras typically reset themselves every 10-15 minutes for calibration purposes.

During that time, you may experience a black image on the monitor from Flight Display Systems. This is normal. The monitor is going to a default video mode because while the camera resets itself, there is no video output.

Simply wait a few seconds for your camera to begin transmitting a video signal. The video display will automatically resume on your Flight Display Systems monitor.