Ergonomic: 1. (used with a sing. verb) The applied science of equipment design, as for the workplace, intended to maximize productivity by reducing operator fatigue and discomfort.

STRONGARM manufactures a wide variety of Industrial Displays that can be used in conjunction with STRONGARM mounting systems, as stand-alone panel displays or as the front end to headless industrial box computers or thin clients.

Built for harsh applications and rugged environments, STRONGARM Displays were made to handle your most demanding applications while still providing the latest in display technology. With many screen sizes to choose from and multiple touchscreen technologies to leverage, STRONGARM has display options to fit any application.


Industrial Display Features:

  • Available display sizes: 12.1″, 15.1″, 17.1″, 19.1″, 21.5″, as well as 19″, 22″ and 24″ widescreen
  • Multiple touchscreen selections (Resistive, Infrared, Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW), and Projected Capacitive)
  • Precision-milled, heavy-duty bezels ensure longer display life
  • 3/8″ thick-viewing windows are bulletproof and scratch-resistant
  • Long-life backlights ensure trouble-free operation
  • NEMA 4X Polished Stainless Steel Bezels are precision-milled from ¼” plate
  • NEMA 4/12 Powder-coated 3/8″ Thick Aluminum Bezels are extremely durable and maintain appearance
  • HiBrite 17.1″ and 19.1″ displays offer superior viewing characteristics
  • Transflective 17.1″ and 19.1″ displays provide brighter images for outdoor viewing
  • 3 year warranty on displays and electronics, 1 year warranty on touchscreens

Touchscreen Technologies:

STRONGARM Industrial Displays

Resistive – Resistive is the most common type of touch screen technology. It is a low-cost solution found in many touch screens, including hand-held computers, PDAs, consumer electronics, and point-of-sale-applications. The resistive screen is popular because of its relatively low price (at smaller screen sizes), and ability to use a range of input objects (fingers, gloves, hard and soft stylus).
provides lower image clarity.

Capacitive – Capacitive touch screens are all-glass and designed for use in ATMs and similar kiosk-type applications. It has better clarity than resistive technology and is durable making it suitable for industrial applications.

Surface Acoustic Wave (SAW) – SAW technology provides good image clarity because it uses pure glass construction. Compared to resistive and capacitive technologies, SAW provides superior image clarity, resolution and higher light transmission. However, it was originally designed for smaller screens and may not scale easily to screen sizes over 30.”

Infrared – Infrared technology relies on the interruption of an infrared light grid in front of the display screen. The touch frame contains a row of infrared LEDs and photo transistors, each mounted on two opposite sides to create a grid of invisible infrared light. The frame assembly comprises printed wiring boards, on which the electronics are mounted and is concealed behind an infrared-transparent bezel. Infrared touch screens are often used in manufacturing and medical applications because they can be completely sealed and operated using any number of hard or soft materials.

Contact Wonderware North today to discover STRONGARM Industrial Displays and their complete product line.

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