Press Release Summary:
GDO 23 in. monitor offers bright 250 nit screen and UXGA resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels. Allowing engineers/scientists to spot physically small but significant variations in processes or experiments, unit displays 16.7 million colors with typical contrast ratios of 500:1. Subtle color variations can be detected over 170Â° horizontal and vertical viewing angles. Unit is available with analog-resistive touchscreen, and has built-in speakers and on-screen display controls.
Original Press Release:
23 Inch Monitor Shows All the Details
Critical details are vital to most industrial and laboratory missions; now, CyberResearch® offers a 23" monitor with a high-bright 250-nit screen and UXGA resolution of 1600 x 1200 pixels so viewers can spot tiny changes instantly.
Engineers and scientists often need a large, bright screen on their desktop or benchtop so that they can spot physically small but technically significant variations in a process or an experiment. New GDO 23 monitors display 16.7 million colors, with typical contrast ratios of 500:1. Even subtle color variations are clearly visible over the unusually wide viewing angles of 170° horizontally and 170° vertically.
The GDO 23 is also available with an analog resistive touchscreen for applications where pointing is more efficient than traditional typing. Other key features include built-in speakers, user-friendly on-screen display controls, and a monitor stand that tilts to the most convenient viewing angle.
Reliable GDO 23 monitors provide an MTBF of 50,000 hours. They draw 70W in normal "on" mode, but only 8W in "sleep" mode. The units run well over a range of 32° - 113°F. Both black and beige versions are available.
In addition to LCD and CRT monitors - now shipping from stock - CyberResearch, Inc., also offers panel-mount, and desktop PCs, as well as data-acquisition and motion-control systems. For more information on any of our products, call Joe Tetreault at 800-341-2525, or visit www.cyberresearch.com.
To request a free copy of the PC Systems Handbook for Scientists and Engineers, call 1-800-341-2525 or e-mail firstname.lastname@example.org. Outside of the U.S. please call 203-483-8815 or fax 203-483-9024.