Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Manufacturer: Acer, LG Electronics, Clinton Electronics
Caution Level: Intermediate
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Operating System: Windows 98, 2000, XP
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77G is a monitor produced by at least three different companies; Acer, LG electronics and Clinton Electronics. This 77G description is in line with the Clinton Electronics RM-77G monitor which belongs to their Tru-Vu monitor line. This 77G monitor has two LCD Panels which are high definition. The resolution is 800H x RGB x 480V which translates to 1.2 Megapixels. The pixel pitch is 0.191mm x 0.191 mm and the image size is 152.44 mm x 91.4 mm. Some of its features include a contrast ratio of 400.1, settings memory and several video inputs such as Analog RGB, Composite, VGA, S-Video and Component. It also has tally lights and a tilt of 180 degrees. This Clinton electronics monitor also has a viewing angle of 140 degrees (Horizontal) and 110 degrees (Vertical). The response time for this monitor is 16 msec.
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The RM- 77G LCD monitor from Clinton Electronics has an aspect ratio of 16:9 native and 4:3 switchable. Its sampling rate is 10 bit with 100 percent digital processing. Its power requirement is 12VDC and when operational, it consumes only 23 Watts. Other features include compliance to FCC as well as CE. This monitor is a leading product in and is representative of LCD as well as TFT imaging. Its TFT resolutions are quite high while the 1.2 megapixel ensures image clarity; that the images are clear and sharp. This product offers the best solution for SD or HD broadcast cameras. It is suitable for A/V, distance learning, industrial and corporate applications. At 6.4 lbs, it is very light in weight and it comes with a standard accessory in the form of power supply 90- 240VAC. Invest in this product and you are highly unlikely to be disappointed. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and 77G errors before installing any driver updates.