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Murphy PV1200

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For rugged applications that need a wide view, the PowerView 1200 is the perfect fit. With a 12.3-inch ultra-wide LCD screen, operators can get the full view of their equipment on a single all-weather display.

Perfect as a gauge replacement, the PV1200 is easily viewed in full sunlight and contains a bonded LCD inside its IP67-rated case to keep it safe in all weather environments.

Equipped with a high-speed processor and 8 GB of storage, the PV1200 delivers seamless graphics, animations and video playback for a rich user experience. The PV1200 is available in glove-friendly touchscreen and non-touchscreen models to suit the needs of your application.

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Did you know… Cross Company is an ESOP (Employee Stock Ownership Plan). Our ESOP started in 1979 and as of 2006, we are 100% employee-owned! Learn more about our ESOP and how that benefits both team members and our customers.
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Did you know… Cross Company has grown significantly since our start in 1954. Over the years we've acquired 26 companies! Today, our five groups have expertise in everything from industrial automation to precision measurement, and industry knowledge going all the way back to 1939.