Hansol 510P

Category: Monitor and Video Card
Manufacturer: Hansol
Caution Level: Safe
Download File Size: 117.9 KB
Operating System: Windows 95, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 2.15 / 8/21/02

Windows device driver information for Hansol 510P

The Hansol 510P 15 inch CRT monitor display is an analog display that is capable of generating images via illuminating phosphors with the use of electron beams. The tube of this CRT monitor display looks like a bottle that has been placed on its side with a wide face and thin neck. Inside the tube’s thinner end, three ‘guns’ that fires off at somewhat different angles are responsible for emitting electrons in a beam that will be illuminating phosphors that coats the inside of the monitor’s tube. The beam will wait from a signal coming from the computer system’s graphics controller and then it will rapidly sweep in a back and forth motion across the tube’s thicker end. The phosphors contained in the Hansol 510P 15 inch CRT monitor display’s tube will then light up once the electrons come in contact with them resulting in the mixing of blue, green and red to produce the colors that users can view on the screen.

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The position where a single set of adjacent blue, green and red phosphors meet makes up a picture element or what is normally called a pixel which is the tiniest visible dot in a display. Since the phosphors that constitute a pixel is only capable of lighting up for a short amount of time, they have to be refreshed constantly. This is why the beam has to quickly and continually sweep the tube’s inside. The resolution of the Hansol 510P 15 inch CRT monitor display is dependent on the number of lines and pixels. With this CRT monitor, the beam illuminates 1600 pixels as it horizontally sweeps from left to right. Once it reaches the screen’s end, it will stop and the move down to the succeeding line. The beam will be carrying out this process until it has swept 1200 lines of pixels. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Hansol 510P errors before installing any driver updates.