We have 2 MD4 on 2 project, they are hot when running, internal sensor tell 52 degree Celsius minimum most of the time. It is really hot on the finger, our customers are a little worried.
We also have MD3, they are also at more than 50 degree but we don' t feel it on the buttons.
Does all the MD3/4 get hot like this? Is there recomendation to reduce that?
(Example picture above is with RAM mount parts, RAM mount parts not included in delivery)
20077778 fits to IQAN-MD4-7
20077779 fits to IQAN-MD4-5
The kits include black countersunk screws for mounting the bracket to the display.
Hole pattern supports mounting of RAM or Southco tilt swivel mount.
Manufactured in black ED-coated steel.
Does anyone know how the 10" version of the MD4 is coming along. The last information I had was the unit was not released for production yet due to screen fogging issues. I hope that is resolved as I may well have an application for the unit.
Is the unit available for sale?
I have tried - Grayhill - Graf-Syteco and powerkey so far who do have keypads but they do not have a size or shape currently in production that fits nicely alongside the MD4 (7").
Does anyone have any ideas?
Last monday, we did MD4 temperature test. MD4 waited at -33°C for 4 hours in a closed enviroment. After 4 hours, Power on MD4 7" touch panel and We tested digital in, digital out, canbus channel, touch screen. Resault we are fine. We didnt have a problem. My hand just froze when testing :)
Hello Is there a way to use a GS60 speed sensor with the MD4? I have not tried it yet but would really prefer to use a three wire sensor then an encoder.
I have connected a buzzer to my MD4-7 inch display using the DOUT channel.
The signal receives high frequency noise when it is not triggered. Could this be related to the diagnostics tests for internal faults? - If so how can it be switched off via IQAN design.
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