automatic brightness control


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automatic brightness control

[¦ȯd·ə¦mad·ik ′brīt·nəs kən‚trōl]
(electronics)
A circuit used in a television receiver to keep the average brightness of the reproduced image essentially constant. Abbreviated ABC. Also known as automatic background control.
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The OGVN3 has the same automatic brightness control and switch-off features as the OGVN7, but its luminous aiming graticule also has adjustible brightness.
6 million points of interest, including restaurants, lodging and amusement -- Personalized route preferences allowing drivers to avoid or prefer certain road segments and select route criteria -- An exclusive compare routes feature, allowing the driver to visually compare two route options -- A five-inch screen with automatic brightness control for sunlight readability
interface allows easy addition of automatic brightness control of LED
The NAV ONE 4500 offers a number of superior features, including: -- Industry-leading graphics: The NAV ONE 4500 features a five-inch touch screen, the largest in its class with automatic brightness control for day or night viewing.

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