deflection sensitivity

deflection sensitivity

[di′flek·shən sen·sə′tiv·əd·ē]
(electronics)
The displacement of the electron beam at the target or screen of a cathode-ray tube per unit of change in the deflection field; usually expressed in inches per volt applied between deflection electrodes or inches per ampere in a deflection coil.
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In addition, it offers low power consumption contributed by the increase of 20 percent deflection sensitivity, and improves raster correction significantly due to the unique rectangular coil.
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