Veratron raises the bar with a new addition to the VMH series
On a continuous effort to offer best-in-class instruments for your recreational boats, Veratron releases a brand-new TFT display, the VMH 70. The new 7” display effortlessly manages large amounts of vessel data thanks to a lightning-fast operating system which ensures full control on vital information immediately after power up.
The Veratron VMH 70 is on the cutting edge of marine instrumentation. With an ultra-slim profile and IPX7 aluminum case, the sun-readable IPS TFT display has a mineral glass front lens for an elegant look and feel. The integrated light sensor adjusts the brightness for easy reading without eye strain, no matter how bright or dark the conditions, and two camera inputs allow to control the engine compartment during navigation and keep an eye on the main deck while maneuvering.
Easily configured to display information from up to four engines when connected to NMEA 2000 or two engines via J1939 or analog inputs simultaneously, it has large possible setting. This allows users to group similar items such as single or dual engines, battery performance, tank levels, rudder and trim, navigation, and weather, if desired.
No matter how old the boat is, the VMH 70 - thanks to its large amount of inputs: NMEA, J1939 engine inputs, two frequency inputs for rpm data, six resistive sensor inputs as well as three rated 0-5v and two 4-20mA - can manage all received information without any additional external converter.
With so much information available, the Veratron VMH 70 is surprisingly simple to configure sensor data and set alarms. Intuitive to use, both the startup and GUI screens are easily customized to best serve the needs of the vessel and its crew.