MRS Electronic introduces solution for capturing and displaying sensor data

By Catrin Jones23 August 2023

MRS Electronic, a provider of electronic solutions and systems for the automotive sector, has introduced the MConn Mini.

The MConn Mini is the smallest version of the MConn series (Photo: MRS Electronic)

The MConn Mini is the smallest version of the MConn series and has a 2.4-inch colour display. It can be programmed to suit the preferences of individual customers and can collect and display sensor data.

The display has a light sensor to adjust the background lighting for optimal usability in different lighting environments. It is compatible with CAN and LIN, which the company says makes it a versatile solution for capturing and displaying sensor data.

The product is designed to be versatile and is suited as a display outside the driver’s cab, among other applications, the company noted. Customers can freely assign the desired functions to the four capacitive buttons.

Additionally, the MConn Mini is sturdy and has an alternative version with a waterproof NMEA connector for extra protection against external elements and to achieve an IP6K8 rating. To program applications for the MConn Mini, users can use the C code within the Applics Studio environment. Suitable libraries and functions are provided to create the graphical interfaces.

“The MConn Mini is our answer to cross-industry requirements for efficient and customisable display solutions,” said Günther Dörgeloh, managing director of MRS Electronic. 

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