glare filter

glare filter

[′gler ‚fil·tər]
(engineering)
A screen that is placed over the face of a cathode-ray tube to reduce glare from ambient and overhead light.

glare filter

A fine mesh screen that is placed over a CRT screen to reduce glare from overhead and ambient light.
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"We're focused on high-performance, high-quality, high-value solutions." Verilux has enhanced its bulbs from 24 to 27 watts; added a glare filter and electronic ballasts for an instant-on, no-flicker start; and extended its warranty from one to three years, he said.
Like the Glare Filter, the Kensington Privacy Filter is specially coated to prevent smudges and damage, a tint reduces eye strain and improves contrast and color definition, and its thin frame does not interfere with monitor controls or speakers.
Kensington Flat Panel Glare Filters (15" and 17") protect the sensitive LCD screens of flat panel displays, while significantly reducing eyestrain by improving contrast and color definition.
Radiation and anti glare filter screens are also available from Proformix Inc.
You can also use glare filters over your computer screen.
Be sure to clean monitors frequently and use glare filters that attach directly to the monitor's surface.
There are many types and brands of glare filters that fit over computer monitors.
The computer retail landscape is dotted with hundreds of accessories companies, ranging from single product vendors like Glare/Guard, which focuses on glare filters for monitors; to Texas Instruments, which is getting into the business this year (it will formally roll out its line at CES), with hopes of generating a few hundred million dollars in revenue.
With only 16 percent market penetration of glare filters in the U.S., Foster suggests that there is a golden market opportunity for companies like Glare/ Guard.
In the past several months, Fellowes has been focusing on portable computer accessories, such as notebook glare filters.