MTTX65D 6.5“ TFT LCD Tactical Terminal

MTTX65D 6.5“ TFT LCD Tactical Terminal
MTTX65D 6.5“ TFT LCD Tactical Terminal
MTTX65D 6.5“ TFT LCD Tactical Terminal

MTTX65D is a Military Tactical Terminal with extended range for use in harsh environments. The chassis main body is milled from a single piece of aluminium alloy and guarantee the highest level of stiffness in all directions that gives excellent protection against shock and vibration.

The unit is fully sealed against dust, water, sand, salt, ants and protected against any corrosive conditions. At the same time, the aluminium body itself works as an ideal heat exchanger. The design can stand low radiation doses and has high noise immunity. Designed according to all relevant regulations.

The MTTX65D has 6.5“ full colour sun readable display. The speed of ultra low power 300 MHz PIII is enough to run real time OS or commonly used Windows OS. Users can control the program through the touch screen attached to the basic unit. As option, an MTTX fully IP65 protected keyboard with illumination suitable for night use can be easily added. In case the keyboard is used at a closed location its function has the same level of rugged protection as the display.

The computer is designed for wall-mount use, all cables are located at the bottom of the computer.

The operating and application software is run from rugged Compact Flash Memory with up to 3GB capcity and can be expanded by additional 10GB with PCMCIA located behind an easy accessible protective door. PCMCIA slots allow to add more functionality such as WLAN, SCSI, LAN or SRAM memory. Thanks to the USB boot function, you do not have to open the MTTX to install an operating system or application program.

Adobe Acrobat PDF MTTX65D.Datasheet (English)


Display:6.5“ colored LCD TFT
Resolution:640 x 480
Brightness:1000cd/m² sun readable
Touch screen:Resistive touch screen on unbreakable polycarbonate
Processor:CPU-300MHz Ultra Low Power Intel Celeron (600,700MHz)
Memory:128MB RAM upgradeable up to 512MB
Storage:1GB rugged Compact Flash up to 4GB internally and next 10GB by PCMCIA
Video Controller:SMI721
Expansion:PCMCIA slot behind protective door
I/O interface:3xRS232 serial line
1x USB 2.0
2x FireWire (IEEE 1394), the first behind the door and the second on XP4
1x LPT1 parallel port/printer port
1x PS/2 mouse
1x PS/2 keyboard
1x GPS
1x10/100Mbit LAN - all on Amphenol MIL connectors
1x 12-ch GPS on TNC connector
Power requirements:10-30V DC
Consumption:40 W full brightness
30 W normal bright mode
Operating system:tested with MS DOS, MS W99, MS Windows 2000/XP, Linux 2.4/2.6, Embeded XP
Dimension (W x H x D):285 x 200 x 120 mm
330 x 215 x 145 mm with MTTX65KB keyboard
Weight:8.5 kg
9.5 kg with MTTX65KB keyboard
Color:MIL Green or any customer defined
Operating temp.:-20ºC to 50ºC
optional: -40ºC to 60ºC
Storage temp.:-40ºC to 85ºC
Protection:according IP65
Vibration:Operating: 1g: 50-2000 Hz
Storage: 4g: 50-2000 Hz
Shock:Operating: 15Gs, 11ms, ½ sine wave pulse
Altitude:Operating up to 3000m
Humidity:5% to 90% non-condensing
MTTX65KB:Illuminated keyboard with mouse designed for MTTX65D, Complete mounting kit is included.
MD65X:6.5“ rugged sun readable VGA display, MTTX design concept
Optional: touch screen
MD84X:8.4“ rugged VGA display, MTTX design concept.
Optional: touch screen



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