The Delvcam HDMI/VGA LCD Monitor (7") provides high-quality images with a resolution of 800 x 480 (VGA), contrast ratio of 500:1, and brightness of 300cd/m². With the automatic display adjustment, you can adjust the settings like brightness, contrast ratio, resolution, and color quality. Useful in GPS systems for cars, ships and other mobile applications, the monitor can also be used in OB trucks and production studios for in-line monitoring of HDMI, VGA, and composite video signals.
The monitor comes with a built-in speaker and LED-illuminated backlight that has a minimum lifetime of 20,000 hours. Four adjustable backlight levels are available for daytime or night-time use. The VESA 75 x 75 mount makes for easy mounting on a filler panel or swivel arm and the 1/4-20 bottom mount offers flexible mounting when used with Delvcam LCD mounts.
With the multilingual OSD menu, the monitor offers display settings in multiple languages and has low power consumption (0.8W).
- 7" diagonal TFT-LCD with built-in speaker
- Compact form factor in a rugged chassis
- Supports high resolution - up to 1920 x 1440 (H x V) formatted
- Resolution - 800 (H) x (RGB) x 480 (V)=1,152,000(dots)
- HDMI & VGA inputs, as well as dual composite video and audio inputs
- HD and VGA displays in ENG / EFP applications, OB trucks and mobile operations
- Automatic display adjustment for settings like brightness, contrast ratio, resolution, and color quality
- LED illuminated backlight with minimum life time of 20,000 hours
- 4 adjustable backlight levels for daytime or night-time use
- Mount - VESA 75 x 75 for easy mounting on a filler panel or swivel arm
- 1/4-20 bottom mount allows quick mounting anywhere when coupled with Delvcam's vast array of LCD mounts
- Multilingual OSD menu
- Full-function IR remote control
- Works on a 12VDC and comes with a 110/220 power adaptor
- Low power consumption (0.8W)
- Suitable for VGA,VCD, DVD and GPS systems for cars, ships and other mobile applications
- Can be used in production studios and broadcasting facilities for in-line monitoring of HDMI, VGA, and composite video signals