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    CRT Monitors - (232 companies)
    CRT monitors use cathode ray tube technology to display output from a computer. CRT monitors are ruggedized for use in control room, factory floor, or process applications. CRT stands for cathode ray tube. A CRT is essentially a sealed glass bottle...
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    Video Displays - (324 companies)
    Video Displays Information. Video monitors display video images from cameras and recorders, often using cathode ray tube (CRT) technology. Industrial units typically have higher resolution that consumer monitors or televisions and can have...
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    Casing Running Tools - (13 companies)
    Casing running tools (CRT) hoist, lower, spin, and create casing connections. They increase the safety, efficiency, and success rate of tubular installation operations. Casing running tools (CRT) connect to the top drive main shaft and hoist, lower...
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    Liquid Crystal Display (LCD) Modules - (571 companies)
    Liquid crystal display (LCD) modules are used at the component level in place of less efficient displays such as cathode ray tubes (CRTs). These modules do not include housing and must be incorporated into a larger instrument or system. Liquid...
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    Display Filters and Films - (68 companies)
    ...are designed to filter, enhance and/or protect monitors or flat panel displays (FPD). They are often used with liquid crystal displays (LCD), cathode ray tubes (CRT), vacuum fluorescence displays (VFD), medical equipment, and scientific instrumentation...
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    Industrial Electronic Repair Services - (523 companies)
    Industrial electronic repair services fix, repair, overhaul, refurbish, and warranty industrial electronic equipment such as power supplies, motor drives, controllers, meters, and oscilloscopes.
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    Touch Screen Displays - (456 companies)
    ...display technology can also measure the Z-axis. Selecting Touch Screen Displays. Touch screen displays can use liquid crystal display (LCD) or cathode ray tube (CRT) technology. Selecting LCDs and CRTs is often a function of the application. Important...
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    Degaussers and Demagnetizers - (43 companies)
    ...or erased. Degaussing (a form of demagnetizing) is used with audio tapes, video tapes, and computer tapes; computer hard disk drives (HDD) cathode ray tubes (CRT) monitors; and closed circuit television (CCTV). Suppliers of degaussers...
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    Projectors - (282 companies)
    ...projector is a digital light processing (DLP) projector, which uses microscopically small mirrors configured on a microchip. A cathode ray tube (CRT) projector is a type of video projector that uses small separate picture tubes to process the video...
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    Computer Terminals - (91 companies)
    Thin clients are network computers that are especially small so that most data processing occurs on the server. Thin clients are powered by centralized servers and do not contain CD-ROM drives, disc drives, and expansion slots.
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The P's & Q's Of Your CRT August 2000 Vol.4 Issue 3 Page(s) 58-63 in print issue Add To My Personal Library The P's & Q's Of Your CRT What Goes On Inside Your Monitor The metal mask through which the electrons pass must expand as little as possible when it comes into contact with hot electrons...

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Ken Compton, director of strategic marketing, Clinton Electronics Corp. Cathode ray tube (CRT) technology has evolved over the years from early television to today's large-screen formats and high-resolution computer displays with photorealism. The CRT continues to address these needs because...

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February 2007 Vol.7 Issue 2 Page(s) 46-47 in print issue Add To My Personal Library A Blend Of CRT, LCD & Plasma It s a good time to be a fan of TV. There are adrenaline-pumping shows Lost, CSI, and 24, to mention a few and adrenaline-pumping displays on which to see them, as TVs have...

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AOC Study Predicts Wave of Corporate CRT-to-LCD Monitor Upgrades Fremont, California, July 30 - Nearly three quarters of IT professionals plan to upgrade some or all of their organizations' CRT monitors to LCDs according to research from AOC Monitors. AOC surveyed 685 business users and solution...

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I'm about to purchase an ATI Radeon 9800 XT for my Dell XPS. Right now I have a 17-inch CRT monitor, but due to a recent foray into video editing with Adobe Premiere Pro, I really want to add an additional monitor. I have some questions, though, and if you can answer them, I'd be forever indebted...

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...and applied to a scanning CRT, a picture was produced. During World War II, video was the term applied to the detected RF pulse received by the radar, as the pulse could be seen on the radar CRT. At that time, oscillographs (oscilloscopes) could not display RF signals. A crystal detector was used to rectify...

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Light emitting displays, including CRT, LED, OLED, LCD, Plasma and other technologies, all suffer from a visibility problem when used under conditions which include high ambient lighting levels. Examples of these conditions abound; they are found in all applications in which the display is exposed...

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A typical casino will have thousands of switched-mode power supplies on-line, twenty-four hours a day, seven days a week, 365 days a year. A typical slot machine will have at least two and likely three or more. There's the SMPS for the monitor (regardless of whether it's a CRT or an LCD), the power...

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In many monitors, the dot pitch is measured as the distance between the holes in the shadow mask. The is a technique used by most CRT monitors to "fire " electron beams through a thin sheet with tiny holes in it. For instance, the Hitachi line of CRT monitors ( ) employ what is called the Invar...

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Current Trends in Active-Matrix Liquid-Crystal Displays marketing director of medical business, Planar Systems With their high resolution, bright and clear colors, and fast video-response times, traditional cathode-ray tube (CRT) monitors have long had a place alongside medical equipment. However...

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