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television monitor

[′tel·ə‚vizh·ən ‚man·əd·ər]
(electronics)
A television set connected to the transmitter at a television station, used to continuously check the image picked up by a television camera and the sound picked up by the microphones.
A closed-circuit television system used to provide continuous observation of such things as hazardous or remote locations, the readings of gages for process control, or microscopic or telescopic images, for greater convenience of viewing.
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The contract involves the leasing of television monitors and controls the image allocators
About $200,000 for the closed-circuit television monitors and remote cameras will be reimbursed through a grant from the Federal Department of Homeland Security, a county staff report said.
Presenting a panoramic view of "the immigrant experience" (xenos is the Greek root for "alien"), Wodiczko's recent installation comprised four television monitors, hooked up to "Alien Staffs" mounted on the wall, both showing videotaped interviews of immigrants, as well as photographs and a video montage of immigrants, "staffs" in hand, standing on street corners, riding the subways, or in front of public buildings in their newly adopted countries.
In addition to a cashier monitoring all transactions with television monitors, the more than 30,000 items in the store have been weighed so the system will shut down if the weight of the items in the bag - which sits on a scale - doesn't match the scanned items.
The health inspection reports found inmates at the jail system's acute psychiatric treatment facility - the Forensic Inpatient Unit - were able to view on television monitors mentally disturbed inmates in various stages of exposure, and male custody staff were able to see female inmates taking showers.
Included in the renovation is the totally revamped, 1,300 square-foot Presidential Suite -- a three bedroom, four-and-a-half bath enclave with a stone fireplace and four televisions, including two 32 inch LCD television monitors.
The assignment desks are a ``Star Trek''-esque bridge raised slightly above the large newsroom filled with desks for every reporter and producer and 36 jumbo television monitors.
The company's Boondoggle Sports Network provides entertaining sports trivia, interactive trivia games and fantasy sports contests to the hospitality industry while delivering dynamic digital advertisements that are displayed on television monitors inside establishments.
The school, which has a partnership with Longs Drug Store of Granada Hills, will use the grant to create a multimedia literacy center that will feature computers, literacy software, television monitors, educational videos, books and other materials.
Thomson is also planning other set-top boxes to address specific applications, such as a high-end model designed to supply digital TV signals to desktop computers or high-definition television monitors.
From people walking the streets of the city wearing T-shirts with a LCD video display to footage beamed on the sides of well-known Houston buildings to plasma television monitors located on NBA TV branded buses, NBA TV content will reach viewers through a multitude of platforms.
This past month, students learned about composer George Gershwin from the morning announcements piped into each classroom via television monitors, Smith said.

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