HED releases new 10.1in multi-function display for off-highway dashboards


HED is expanding its family of vehicle displays with a new 10.1in color display and operator interface that can show video and graphical gauges simultaneously – saving space on today’s already crowded off-highway dashboards.

The CL-712 display features a dual processor design; an ARM processor to handle the LCD display and a separate microcontroller to handle the real-time I/O control and CAN interface responsibilities. The CL712 also boasts four channel video capabilities for multi camera applications. Programming the CL712 is simple with HED’s Arranger drag-and-drop GUI programming tool.

The CL-712 has an IP67 and IP69K-rated sealed enclosure that’s built to last in the harsh environments faced by many off-highway vehicles. Sharp, colorful graphics enhance the operator experience on the TFT color LCD display, which is optically bonded and provides a 1000 nit brightness level for optimal sunlight readability.

Available in four versions – master and client as well as touchscreen and no-touchscreen – the CL-712 comes with standard features including:

• 800MHz Cortex A8 ARM microprocessor

• 8GB Flash and 512MB RAM for video and graphic intensive applications

• Linux based operating system

• Rubber buttons finished with abrasion- and UV-resistant coating

• IPS ultra-wide viewing angle LCD

• Optional touch screen with 5-wire resistive GFG (glass-film-glass) construction for durability and performance in wet or gloved usage

October 21, 2016

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