Control unit for optimum situation display
Robust and mission-proven
Harsh environments and tough terrain place high demands on displays in military vehicles when it comes to robustness, reliability and durability. ATM’s MDU display is a monitor specifically designed for wheeled and tracked armoured vehicles – regardless of whether it is mounted in the command vehicle, command post or weapons carrier. The MDU display has proven itself in the Bundeswehr.
Designed for adverse light conditions
Soldiers operate the MDU using its resistive touch surface. ATM considers it very important for the display to be easy to read in darkness, mixed light situations and in bright sunshine. The MDU is designed to ensure low reflection and high-contrast legibility at all times.
- Resolution up to full HD
- Wide range of interfaces on the display
- Durable touchscreen thanks to GFG technology
- Multi-level and automatic brightness adjustment
- Operation with night vision goggles
- Long service life thanks to the use of high-quality materials
Important standards and product characteristics
Downloads and documents
The MDU display is the central display of the battle management system and the connected cameras in the armoured vehicles of the Bundeswehr.
- Screen diagonal
- Monitor mode
- Console mode
MDU displays share the same housing size, but have two different screen diagonals. Both are compatible with one another in terms of dimensions and fastenings.
Monitor mode allows the MDU to be connected to three different computers simultaneously. All connected USB devices (and the touchscreen) are provided to the relevant computer via USB host interface.
Console mode means that peripheral devices and external USB devices for the CENTURION computer are connected directly to the MDU. The interfaces are connected to the MDU by a control cable.
15" and 17" display size
Full HD resolution
Brightness 600 cd/m²
Multi-level dimming up to masking
Resistive GFG Touch
|Interfaces||Remote control output|
|Digital video interface|
|Analogue video interface|
|Image processing interfaces|
|Connection for mouse and keyboard|