240 Hz

240 Hz

The frame rate of some modern flat panel TVs. It is based on the same concepts as 120 Hz, except that there are more frames created in between the actual frames. See 120 Hz.
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Clear Action(TM) 1800 and a blazing fast 240 Hz effective refresh rate achieved with backlight scanning for superior motion clarity and a VM50 Engine for dedicated Ultra HD motion and picture-processing
The TiX Series can also be sub-windowed to 240 Hz frame rate to capture and analyze sudden temperature changes that occur within a second for advanced research and development applications.
Through the analysis of the 3D modal responses, the field data pulsations were found to correspond with the second mode of the choke tube length response near 240 Hz and the nozzle quarter-wave mode near 320 Hz.
The 3D premium in 240 Hz panels for use with shutter glasses has been reduced from over US$50 last year to US$25 this year.
Their LED 7000 series 3-D TV, at 55-inches, had a good picture and decent refresh rate at 240 Hz.
When combined with the company's 240 Hz technology, the display can refresh 480 images per second.
Continued advancements in LCD TV picture quality with LED backlighting and TruMotion 240 Hz technology
VGA/ PAL is generated at up to 240 Hz, double-VGA or PAL at up to 120 Hz, 720p at up to 120Hz (1/4-inch), and 1080p at 30, 60 and 72 Hz.
The Sensorless Vector AC Drive is designed for operation with vector duty rated induction motors rated for 200, 230, 400, 460, or 590 VAC from 0 to 240 Hz.
The digital regulation system uses the fluxgate input signals (up to two signals can be used for stabilization, with individually selectable weighting factors) which are sampled at about 50 kHz and filtered with a simple low-pass filter at about 240 Hz.
The SCF is designed to operate standard polyphase induction motors rated for 200, 230, 400, 460 or 575 VAC from 0 to 240 Hz.
Each analog input channel has a software-enabled comb filter that users can set to reject frequencies above 15, 60, or 240 Hz, the company adds.