display control


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display control

[di′splā kən‚trōl]
(computer science)
A unit in a computer system consisting of channels and associated control circuitry that connect a number of visual display units with a central processor.
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In addition, it allows for centralized room control, covering such things as lights, sound, paging, audio conferencing, and display control.
The on-screen display control buttons are located on the front or rear of the panel, allowing for quick adjustments.
The new software includes tape archiving, smart searching, and greater camera display control.
XMOS programmable chips fit into a wide range of applications including audio (Ethernet AVB, USB Audio, fixed-point filtering), display control (LED tiles, backlighting), and industrial automation (factory networking, motor control, event management).
You can choose sources and display control and automatically generate the touch screen GUI, to deliver an intuitive, consistent user experience in every room, without any programming.
In addition, it allows for centralized room control, coveting such things as fights, sound, paging, audio conferencing, and display control.
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The LED display solution consists of an LED display, LED display control and span structure in which the display is integrated.
The assembly and testing of their B-Kits, sensor assemblies and display control modules will be accomplished by the Optronics Division in Palm Bay, Florida.
Furnish and install display control software, provide new wireless radio remote gear for linking with the new control units.
In addition to the interfaces for display control, TTC Vision has 26 digital inputs, and 24 digital outputs for controlling switches and lamps in cockpits.