Bosch Rexroth has expanded the Bodas ecosystem for mobile electronics with the new DI5 display range. The touchscreen unit which is now available in three sizes can be integrated flexibly into cabins, cabs or outdoor areas and is the ideal basis for simple and intuitive operation of mobile machines. Functions and visualizations can be freely designed in various development environments. The free toolbox contains among other things practical service functions for connected RC40 control units and new functions are being added all the time.

Simple and intuitive operation of mobile machines is becoming increasingly important. At the same time, off-highway manufacturers want design freedom when it comes to the functioning and visualization of display units and operating interfaces while benefiting from the cost advantages afforded by complete packages for mobile electronics – in other words a one-stop shop. 

With three sizes (5 inch, 7 inch and 10.1 inch) and a wide range of functions, the new Bodas DI5 display range caters for virtually all applications – from comparatively simple tasks such as displaying certain parameters to elaborately designed dashboard replicas and the so-called bird or area view. Whether in portrait or landscape format, in the dashboard or as a stand-alone unit, in the cabin or on the outside of the machine – the Bosch Rexroth Bodas DI5 can be optimally integrated into any type of construction machine, forklift or agricultural machine and even municipal vehicles.

With 800 MHz dual and solo iMX6 processors, 4 GB flash memory and up to 1 GB RAM, the display range offers sufficient performance for demanding applications. The robust IP66-rated device design ensures reliable operation even in harsh environments and a wide temperature range from -30˚C to +75˚C. A high resolution of up to 1280 x 800 pixels and sensor-assisted brightness control ensure optimal readability even in direct sunlight.


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