IEE 25.5” WUXGA Large Format Display Now Fully Qualified for Airborne Operations

IEE, the enhanced display experts, has completed all environmental qualifications necessary for airborne operations for their 25.5” rugged WUXGA display (1920 x 1200 resolution) with wide viewing angles. Production has begun in their Van Nuys manufacturing facility.

IEE developed this avionic monitor in conjunction with BAE Systems for a U.S. Air Force Airborne Platform. The large display supports multiple windows of information or full resolution display of HD Sensor data. With optional touch screen technology, these displays make for an immersive operator experience.

“Higher resolutions mean the ability to fit more data on the screen, but still be able to hone in on key information by simple touch gestures,” said Tom Whinfrey, CEO of IEE. “We are constantly advancing display technologies to help increase operator effectiveness.”

The 25.5” WUXGA rugged display is now qualified to MIL-STD 810G and joins IEE’s wide range of enhanced flat panel displays that meet these rugged Military standards. The 810 environmental standards are in addition to MIL-STD-167, MIL-STD 461D and MIL-STD 901. Other rugged displays range in size from a 7” display all the way up to 25.5” and beyond.

Technical Features:

  • Native luminance of 350 cd/m²
  • Contrast ratio of 1500:1
  • Digitally-controlled dimming system with a 250:1 ratio
  • Operating temperature of -20°C to +70°C
  • Typical power consumption of 45W
  • MTBF of more than 40,000 hours
  • Dual, switchable DVI digital video interface, implemented via a military-grade circular connector


  • High-bright 600 cd/m² to 800 cd/m² for daylight readability and NVIS goggle compatible bezel and display backlighting
  • Touch screen technologies including surface capacitive (SCAP), projected capacitive (PCAP), infrared (IR) and resistive
  • Photopic Feedback System for automatic dimming capabilities