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TRU-Vu Introduces Sunlight Readable LCD Monitor

August 12, 2011  | 

TRU-Vu Monitors, Inc. has released the new SRM-10.4 Series 10.4-inch sunlight-readable LCD monitors.

The SRM-10.4 Series monitors are designed to produce clear, sharp images even with direct, bright sunlight on the face of the screen. This is achieved by incorporating "high-bright" LED backlights that produce 1,000 nits of brilliant white light without the excess heat of older CCFL backlights. The LED backlights also increase the monitor's ruggedness and durability, according to the company.

The SRM-10.4 Series sunlight-readable (a.k.a. "high bright") displays increase view-ability, leading to greater operator accuracy, productivity and efficiency, according to the company.

The SRM-10.4 Series monitors are available with VGA, S-Video, Composite video inputs and BNC loop-thru output. Backlight control is available to ensure optimal viewing, day or night. The SRM-10.4 Series monitors are also available with optional touch screen.

View a TRU-Vu video showing a side-by-side comparison of a standard LCD monitor, sunlight readable monitor and an optically bonded monitor in direct bright sunlight. Also, the company has produced an article about how to select the best sunlight-readable LCD display.

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