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EIZO Launches 12, 15 and 19-Inch DuraVision Montiors for Industrial Sector

Eizo Technologies GmbH today introduced six monitors in 12, 15, and 19-inch sizes to its DuraVision series for the industrial market. Each of the three screen sizes is available with either a touch screen interface or with CVBS (composite) and S-Video inputs. All models are backed by a two-year warranty that covers 24-hour usage.

Eizo Technologies GmbH today introduced six monitors in 12, 15, and 19-inch sizes to its DuraVision series for the industrial market

All models have a panel mount construction that allows for integration in control cabinets or control panels. The standard color of the front bezel is anthracite (RAL 7016) with a matte fine-structured surface. The color, surface, and bezel dimensions can be customized upon request. All models are IP65-rated in front meaning they can withstand dust ingress and are protected against low-pressure water jets. This durability ensures all models are ideal for deployment in factories. Models with video inputs are also suitable for additional uses such as video surveillance.

DuraVision monitors with a touch screen feature analog resistive technology and accept touch input from both a bare and gloved hand. They come with one DVI and one VGA input for connecting to a PC, and a choice of USB or RS232 inputs for the touch screen interface. Power can be supplied via 12 VDC, 24 VDC, and AC power sources. A DC version without AC power supply is also available.

DuraVision monitors with CVBS and S-Video inputs support NTSC, SECAM, and PAL. They are also equipped with one DVI and one VGA input. They include a picture-in-picture function so PC and video inputs can be seen simultaneously. The size and position of the sub-screen are user adjustable. Power can be supplied via 12 VDC and AC power sources. A DC version without AC power supply is also available.

The DuraVision DV1208-001 (video inputs) and DuraVision DV1208-002 (touch screen interface) have a 12-inch screen, 800 × 600 native resolution, and 370 cd/m2 brightness.

The DuraVision DV1508-001 (video inputs) and DuraVision DV1508-002 (touch screen interface) have a 15-inch screen, 1024 × 768 native resolution, and 250 cd/m2 brightness.

The DuraVision DV1908-001 (video inputs) and DuraVision DV1908-002 (touch screen interface) have a 19-inch screen, 1280 × 1024 native resolution, and 300 cd/m2 brightness.

All monitors can be adjusted via a clearly designed graphic user interface OSD (on-screen display) with control keys on the rear. They also support sync-on-green to ensure compatibility with systems using older graphics cards that output a sync-on-green signal.

Source: http://www.atcdisplays.com/

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