Category: Monitor & Video Cards
Caution Level: Intermediate
Operating System: Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 98, Windows Home Server, Windows Me, Windows Server 2008, Windows Vista, Windows XP
Latest Version / Release Date: 5.01.2001 / 06 Jun 2001
The Relisys RE451 is a 15 inch CRT monitor. This CRT monitor makes use of CRT or cathode ray tubes. A CRt tube is a vacuum tube having an electron gun and a fluorescent screen, with an internal or external means to speed up and turn aside the electron beam. This electron beam is used to produce images in the form of light released from the fluorescent screen. The picture may signify electrical waveforms, pictures, radar targets and others. Color CRTs like the Relisys RE451 monitor have three different electron guns that share some electrodes for all of the three beams. It makes use of an abandoned glass envelope which is big, deep, heavy and fragile.
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Relisys manufactured the Relisys RE451 15 inch CRT monitor. For CRT monitors such as this device, the whole front area of the tube is scanned constantly and systematically with a fixed patter termed as the raster. A raster is a rectangular array of intact parallel lines, scanned one at a time from left to right. An image or picture is produced by modulating the intensity of each of the three electron beams, one for every primary color which are red, green and blue with a received video signal. In all of the CRT monitor receivers except some of the old models, the beam is redirected by a magnetic deflection which is a varying magnetic field produced by coils, run by electronic circuits surrounding the neck of the tube. Most CRT monitors use electrostatic deflection, a lot of them depending on the well known 7JP4. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Relisys RE451 errors before installing any driver updates.