28 Nov


Enjoying a sunny day on the water is ideal, until it interferes with being able to properly view a marine display.  VEI’s 15″ Super Sunlight Marine Display is essential for locations that receive direct sunlight such as boat decks, aft decks, fly bridges or short hard tops.

Featuring patented anti-glare glass, this display can be wiped down with any solvent, unlike others which require a special cleaning agent.  This glass also can’t be damaged by any chemical, even rubbing salt water into the display’s glass during cleaning won’t cause damage.

With 1,800 Nit brightness, this display has a maximum resolution of 1280 x 1024 for clear viewing.  It has nine inputs, including four composite, four VGA and one DVI.  The marine display is controlled by a helm-mounted remote.  The remote can control up to six displays.  Touchscreen is optional.  Measuring 16″W x 12″H x 3″D, it weighs 13 lbs.  The 15″ Super Sunlight Display requires a 12 or 24V DC power source.

VEI’s sealed monitors are manufactured from a block of marine-grade aluminum and include stainless steel hardware.  They’re built to resist shock, vibration, water and corrosion.  Black, white or gray finishes are available to match any interior, as well as an all-glass, no bezel at no additional cost option.

The 15″ Super-Sunlight Display has a price of $7,995.  It comes with a 2-year limited warranty.

            Contact VEI Technologies, 1181 South Rogers Circle, Boca Raton, FL  33487.  954-727-5139;
Fax: 954-302-2476.

1 Comment

Posted by on November 28, 2011 in Uncategorized


One response to “Products

  1. Mark stevents

    December 2, 2011 at 6:00 am

    Thanks a heap for this post, glad to see there are still some excellent writers around the web!


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