ICP Electronics Australia Presents iEi’s S24M 24” IP66 Projected Capacitive Touchscreen Marine Monitor

ICP Australia is proud to introduce iEi’s S24M 24” Projected Capacitive Touchscreen Marine Monitor with AC and DC Redundant Power, IP66 Compliant Front Panel, and IP22 Compliant Rear Cover.

The S24M marine-grade monitor is equipped with an IP66 compliant front panel and IP22 compliant rear cover. The sophisticated LCD monitor is designed with two VGA, two DVI, and one BNC inputs. S24M provides multiple ways to connect with computers. Also, one VGA and one BNC outputs allow simultaneous displays on other monitors for increased functionality.

The Flat Bezel Marine Monitor has a wide operating temperature range of -15° ~ 55°, ensuring the IP66 rated monitor will be suitable for most marine environments including bridge, open deck, machinery spaces, and control rooms.

Isolated redundant power is implemented so there are separate power inputs available, including AC source and DC source. When the AC source is terminated, the DC source will continue to supply power to the device.

It is essential to show the same displays to captains and pilots through the monitors which are usually cascaded at the ship bridge. The marine monitor equips both VGA input and VGA output. By connecting the VGA-out of the first monitor to the VGA-in of the second monitor, the marine monitors feature group display with a maximum of 16 screens in the group.


  • IP66 Front / IP22 Rear
  • -15° ~ +55° Wide Temperature and Flat-Bezel Projected Capacitive Touchscreen
  • Excellent Visual Performance
    • Full OSD Function Configuration
    • 0%~100% Full Range Dimming
    • 178°/178° Wide Viewing Angles
  • Multiple Video Input
    • Two VGA, Two DVI, and One BNC
  • Multiple Video Output
    • One VGA and One BNC
  • Dual Isolated AC/DC Input with Redundant Power Protection
  • Remote OSD Settings Through LAN, RS-232, RS-422, and RS-485


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