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Interfaces & Displays

Informative & Intuitive

Intuitive Design, Flexible Systems, Lasting Quality

One of our most demanding displays was built for external use on a fire engine. It required testing that would allow 1.5 inches of ice to build on the surface, and then be broken off with a pickaxe without compromising the display. While your application’s challenge might be interactivity, size, or other environmental conditions – our custom interfaces and displays bring the design, flexibility and quality to overcome any obstacle.


Morey meets customers at the technology platform of their choice, and integrates the necessary components into a complete system to accommodate wireless capabilities; expandable memory and processing power for additional features; and ruggedized design to accommodate extreme environmental, climate and mechanical conditions.



From simple LCDs and LEDs to fully integrated Touch Screen Assemblies

  • Human Machine Interfaces (HMI)
    • HMI touchscreen
  • Membrane Keypads
  • Displays
    • LED, LCD, 7-Segment, EC, TN, STN, FSTN & TF
    • Meet/exceed requirements of SAE J1455/MIL-STD-810/MIL-STD-461/ISO 13485/IP65-69k
    • LED, 7-Segment, EC, TN, STN, FSTN & TFT



  • Cab-mounted operator displays
  • Cabinet-mounted HMI displays
  • Discreet display modules
  • Control pads for industrial equipment

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Morey Markets

Dynamic & Demanding Industries

Our pedigree is built upon nearly a century of producing electronics components and systems that cannot fail. Early success building radio test sets for the US Military during WWII set the course for Morey embracing programs with a mission-critical nature, and the tools, resources and technology necessary to bring them online.

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