A horizontal scan rate
is the number of lines illuminated on a video screen in one second.
Its horizontal scan rate
is an impressive 15 kHz up to 92 kHz, offering native XGA resolution, but capable of displaying VGA, SVGA, SXGA (compressed) and Mac signals with impressive 85% uniformity.
With a horizontal scan rate
of 69kHz at resolutions up to 1024 x 768, the TekBright 510V and 710V provide high quality, flicker-free images, perfect for everyday use.
To meet the demands of today's high-level business and home applications, the MultiSync E750 monitor has a horizontal scan rate
of 31Khz to 92Khz and a vertical scan range of 55Hz to 160Hz, running at a maximum resolution of 1600 x 1200 at 73Hz or at the recommended resolution of 1024 x 768 at 85Hz.
27mm variable aperture grille pitch, a 30-96kHz horizontal scan rate
, and accurate resolutions up to 1600 x 1200 at 75Hz, this display delivers clear, bright images.
When projecting computer graphics and television signals, the Impression 880 provides an extremely even edge-to-edge brightness, and its sync adjustment gives users the ability to accommodate the horizontal scan rate
of the source, from 14 KHz all the way up to 100 Khz.
The LM1292 is an integrated horizontal time-base solution specifically designed to control the CRT horizontal scan rate
of continuous-sync video monitors with stringent timebase requirements (763 ps at 125kHz).
HRMS(R) (High Resolution Multi-Sweep(R)) circuitry dynamically adjusts to horizontal scan rates
HRMS(TM) (High Resolution Multi-Sweep) circuitry dynamically adjusts to horizontal scan rates
In addition to the improved CromaClear CRT, the MultiSync E Series monitors furnish high vertical and horizontal scan rates
at extremely competitive price points.
The MultiSync XM29 Plus operates at horizontal scan rates
from 15, 31-64 kHz; vertical scan rates range from 40-120 Hz and incorporates a higher 60 MHz RGB bandwidth to support the display of high-resolution images.