Panasonic - Front info display for new car navigation style

Panasonic - Front info display for new car navigation style

 

Panasonic is going to release the front information display "CY-DF100D" for Panasonic's car navigation system, Strada CN-R500 and R300 series, in late October.

The front info display "CY-DF100D" works with the car navigation system and it shows to the driver only the most needed information in a simple way, for example, where to turn, an upcoming fork in the road, etc.

Even while fellow passengers are tuning radio channels or playing music with the car navigation system, it won't stop navigating the route.

When it gets very sunny and bright or dark, "CY-DF100D" will detect the environment and adjust the screen's brightness automatically.

- Projection unit
Size: 114 mm × 50 mm × 93.5 mm
Weight: 202 g
Display size: 41 mm × 21 mm × 46 mm, 325,600 pixels

- Combiner unit
Size: 160 mm × 94 mm × 49 mm
Display size: 160 mm × 70 mm
Weight: 107 g

- Multi Expand unit
Size: 160 mm × 30 mm × 108 mm
Weight: 505g
 

 

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