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CRT display

A computer monitor or TV set that uses a cathode ray tube (CRT) for its display technology. See CRT.


More Than a Hundred Pounds
Big CRT TVs such as this Sony 35" set weighed well over a hundred pounds and jutted out from the wall two feet.
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An additional benefit that DisplayMate provides is a clear indication of when it's time to replace a CRT display.
The statement in this press release relating to Photon Dynamics' expectations regarding cost reductions to be obtained from its exit from the CRT display inspection, CRT glass inspection and auto glass inspection businesses is a forward-looking statement.
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It also provides faster setup, startup, cycle times, consistent parts reproducibility, and reduced downtime due to a clear-text color CRT display of malfunctions and process variables.
The color CRT display provides the ability to set up conditions for the next job while the current job is still running.
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CRT display provides real-time graphic presentation of shot profiles (speeds and pressures), trend and X-Bar & R information for each machine.
Sophisticated process monitoring and control with CRT display and SPC/SQC reporting; highly stable hydraulic and electric-servo pumping systems; a low-cost "cassette" mold system; computerized process simulation--all these and more are signs that RTM is outgrowing its "artsy-craftsy" phase and becoming a truly industrialized manufacturing process.
CopyTele's thin compact Flat CRT display not only preserves the desirable characteristics of CRT's, but also achieves high brightness, has a low voltage and power electron emission system, and has built-in pixel memory.