LCD Indicator Light Panel: Monitor Locomotive Health

Monitor Locomotive Health with the LCD-1201916 Indicator Light Panel from Dina Consulting & Design

The LCD indicator light panel is a direct replacement for the EMD egg crate style indicator panel.

This device is used to monitor locomotive health and displays faults to the engine or any other control system that are encountering problems, posting informational signals the engineer needs during operation.

LCD Indicator Light Panel

LCD Indicator Light Panel

It can be installed in the high voltage cabinet, control stands, auxiliary cabinets or Head End Power Cabinet. The adjustable liquid crystal display allows for installation in low and high lighting conditions, allowing the engineer to adjust the intensity of the LCD by dragging the finger across the display.

The touch screen interface allows the user to navigate through menu items and program multiple functions.

Features:

  • Adjustable brightness
  • Can be configured to annunciate key caps in different languages
  • Input Voltage

Dimensions:

  • Height 3.50”
  • Width 4.00”
  • Depth 2.00”
  • Weight 1 lb

Dina Consulting & Design – Keeping Your Rolling Stock on Track

Dina Consulting & Design provides specialized solutions for the railroad industry through New Product Design, Locomotive Consulting, and an extensive Parts & Service department. With a constant focus on our customers, DC&D is striving for innovation in our industry, while continually embracing the integrity of our past.

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