Weldex Color 19" TFT LCD SXGA Monitor

BH #WEWDL1900M • MFR #WDL-1900M
Weldex Color 19" TFT LCD SXGA Monitor
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Weldex Color 19" TFT LCD SXGA Monitor

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Weldex WDL-1900M Overview

The Color 19" TFT LCD SXGA Monitor from Weldex features 1280 x 1024 (SXGA) resolution and 16.7 million colors with 250 cd/m2 brightness. The on-screen display menu provides for feature and video adjustments or changes to contrast, color, language, and video and input selection. With multiple inputs and compatibility with VESA standards, NTSC, PAL, and SECAM, the monitor can be used with almost any security video recorder. It features an upgraded scaler that produces a clear and crisp image.

Resolution at up to 1280 x 1024 (SXGA)
16.7 million colors for true color rendition
Multiple inputs such as composite video, HDMI, and D-sub
Audio (left/right) line inputs and built-in speaker
On-screen menu display for feature and video adjustments
Power supply included

Weldex WDL-1900M Specs

Display TypeActive matrix color TFT LCD
Screen Size19" (483 mm) diagonal
Resolution1280 x 1024 (SXGA)
Contrast Ratio1000:1
Viewable Size14.8 x 11.8" (376.3 x 301.1 mm)
Viewing Angle (H x V)160 x 160°
Pixel Pitch (H x V)0.294 x 0.294 mm
Brightness250 cd/m2
Display Color16.7 million color
Pixel FormatRGB vertical stripe
Video OutputAnalog RGB (0.7 V p-p), composite (0.7 V p-p)
Video SourceComposite, HDMI, VGA
Built-in Speakers2 x 2 W (stereo)
Plug & PlayVESA DDC 1/2B
I/O Connector12 VDC power in, VGA 15-pin D-sub, Audio L/R input & speaker output, 1 x BNC video, HDMI, rear gear signal, BNC loop output
System TypeNTSC/PAL/SECAM/auto
Power Requirement48 W, Saving Mode: 5 W
Response TimeTR3 / TF10 (msec)
Power Supply100 to 240 VAC, 60/50 Hz
12 VDC / 4.58 A
DimensionsNot Specified By Manufacturer
WeightNot Specified By Manufacturer
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