Press Release Summary:
Model MRA 15SA 15 in. TFT LCD monitor includes 8-level light sensor and circuits that adjust brightness to compensate for changing ambient light. NEMA 4 seal is provided between screen and aluminum front bezel. Connectors on rear panel include dc power input, analog VGA, DVI input, S-Video input, and composite video input. Optional analog-resistive touchscreen is available and includes RS-232 connector.
Original Press Release:
Rack-Mount Monitor Adjusts Brightness Up to 1,000 nits
A new 15" CyberResearch(r) monitor includes an 8-level light sensor and circuits that adjust monitor brightness up to 1,000 nits to compensate for changing ambient light. The sun-bright MRA 15SA monitor was designed for areas lit by windows or skylights, where ambient light varies with weather and time of day.
The rugged industrial MRA series of rack-mount monitors from CyberResearch, Inc. is now joined by a new 15" TFT LCD model especially designed for areas that are brightly, but not steadily, illuminated. The 1,000-nit maximum screen brightness makes images easy to see, and the smart 8-level light sensor and controller automatically cuts screen brightness when ambient light levels drop.
MRA 15SA monitors include a NEMA 4 seal between screen and aluminum front bezel. An optional analog-resistive touchscreen makes pointing easy for users who are not trained to be touch typists.
Connectors on the rear panel include DC power input, analog VGA, DVI input, S-Video input, composite video input, and RS-232 (on touchscreen models only). An external power supply is included.
In addition to rack-mount sun-bright monitors - now shipping from stock - CyberResearch, Inc., also offers rugged rack-mount and panel-mount PCs, as well as CPU cards, displays, data acquisition, and motion control. For more product information, call Joe Tetreault at 800-341-2525, or visit www.cyberresearch.com.
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