At Airborne Displays, we take pride in the reliability of our product and the care with which we negotiate each of our business relationships.
From local and state law enforcement to national and international agencies, Airborne Displays is at the forefront of technology and design applications. With a proven reputation since the beginning of the special missions equipment market, we are confident that our product and service will exceed expectations.
Our special missions equipment is customized to suit your needs, whatever they may be. With your expectations constituting our criteria, each of our monitors are carefully engineered to integrate with your operations. You tell us what you need and we will take it from there. Airborne Displays' cutting edge technology is manufactured to the highest standards and encased in powder coated 6061 T6 Aluminum. We boast advanced designs with exceptional readability in any lighting conditions. Meticulous and thorough care is all we know. As such, our Support Team has your back with a primary focus on keeping your operations running smoothly.
Looking to supplement your panel with an additional display? In addition to our widescreen monitors, we've got 4:3 displays ranging from 8" to 15". Manufactured to the same standards of excellence, with custom requests welcome, we are sure to have a monitor to meet your operation's needs.
Our Quad Display technology is available with any of our widescreen monitors and allows for the simultaneous display of four inputs. Supports screen resolutions up to 3G (1080p @ 60) and is compatible with RS-232 touch screen; both PCAP and resistive. Choose which of two Quad Display options best suits your operations.
Standard Quad offers your standard Picture-By-Picture and Picture-In-Picture display modes. Additionally, you can display four signals in equal 16:9 quadrants or switch to one large 16:9 frame with three smaller 16:9 frames stacked next to it. Display modes switch instantaneously from one to the next and, of course, you can always switch to any of the single signal sources for their full screen display as well.
Super Quad capability boasts the same capabilities as our Standard Quad with the ability to request additional modes customized to the operator's needs. The default additional display mode allows for one large 16:9 frame atop two smaller 16:9 frames. The fourth input constitutes the remainder of the screen; this is a modified portrait frame that is cropped to fit the window, while maintaining center of the video. The Super Quad is ideal for the display of multi-sensor cameras with mission map.
Check out images of each of the Standard and Super Quad display modes.
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