Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Bridge
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 6 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows 98SE, Windows ME, Windows NT4, Windows 2000, Windows XP, Windows 2003
Latest Version / Release Date: 1.0.0 / 02 Sep 2005

Windows device driver information for BRIDGE BM10A

The BRIDGE BM10A is a 10 inch CRT (cathode ray tube) monitor display device with a 0.26 mm dot pitch and Medium Shot Persistence Phosphor 22. It has a Video RGB (red, green, blue) analog input signal (0.7Vp-p/ 75 Ohms positive) and a Separate Sync, Positive/Negative TTL Level. Its maximum display resolution is 1024 X 768 at 60 hertz (Hz), with a 50 to 90 hertz of vertical frequency and 30 to 50 hertz of horizontal frequency. It makes use of a 15 pin mini D-sub connector and consumes approximately 80 watts of power. The BRIDGE BM10A CRT monitor display device employs various user controls which includes H/V- size, H/V- position, Pincushion, Contrast, Brightness, Recall, Adjust – and +, Select – and +, and digital power control OFF and ON. This CRT monitor display has a display area of 180 X 132 millimeters. It is also in full compliance with the power management standards DPMS, VESA and Energy Star, and supports Plug and Play capabilities. This monitor display also complies with the MPRII, TUV/GS, CE, DHHS, CUL, UL, and FCC regulations.

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The CRT technology utilized by the BRIDGE BM10A monitor display device makes use of electrons for producing color on a fluorescent display screen. Both monitor displays and TVs can be manufactured using CRT, but are usually referred to as tubes for differentiating among plasma, LCD and CRT technologies. The main components of a CRT display are the electron guns and the fluorescent screen. The electron guns are tasked to shoot electrons at the screen to produce shades for drawing images. Images will then be drawn on the screen one portion at a time. To every line, there are multiple portions and every line will be drawn starting at the screen’s top portion. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and BRIDGE BM10A errors before installing any driver updates.