The BLU Series 23" LED CCTV Monitor from Orion Images supports up to 1920 x 1080 video resolution at 60 Hz for displaying high-definition surveillance footage. It features BLU (Back Light Unit) technology, which uses eco-friendly material for producing a wide range of colors, including real-world colors. Additionally, auto color balance automatically corrects displayed colors and provides white balance, producing natural-looking images. With a less than 5 ms response time the monitor is able to display clear action scenes by reducing blur on fast-moving objects.
The display has DVI-D, VGA, and audio inputs for connecting a wide range of devices, and there are built-in dual 1W speakers for sound accompaniment. The screen has a viewing angle of 170°/160° which enables users to view images at extreme angles. Furthermore, the monitor can tilt 5° forward or backward for additional viewing options. A 100 x 100mm VESA mounting pattern on the rear of the monitor allows for standard mounting, and the device can be paired with WB-5, WB-10, WB-30, WB-31, and CMK-01 wall and ceiling mounts for easy installation.
LED BLU (Back Light Unit) uses eco-friendly material for vivid pictures with real world colors
Delivers high-quality images in 16.7 million colors at a resolution of up to 1920 x 1080 at 60 Hz
Wide viewing angles of 170°/160° (H/V) allow you to view the display clearly from extreme angles
Response time of less than 5 ms displays clear active images by reducing blur on fast-moving objects
Auto Color Balance automatically corrects colors and white balance, producing natural-looking images
Multi-language support offers an intuitive interface for easy operation
Built-in 2W speakers provide sound accompaniment
Display can be tilted 5° in front or towards the back
Can be wall or ceiling-mounted with WB-5, WB-10, WB-30, WB-31, or CMK-01 brackets (available separately)
100 x 100mm VESA compatibility for standard mounting
VGA, DVI, and audio inputs allow you to connect a wide range of devices
Easy access to control buttons for navigating the system settings