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4647T

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Last Revised: 08/11/2004


Title: TEMPEST Level I
Status: No longer produced
Category: Monitor, Color
Manufacturer: HETRA Secure Solutions Corporation
Model: 4647T
Description: The 4647T is a 17" Full square type color monitor based on the OEM Samsung SyncMaster 750s Model DP17LS7L. The flicker-free display delivers clarity and sharp images without eye strain. The Model 4647T has a 17" .28mm dot pitch CRT with medium-short persistence phosphor. The monitor®s horizontal frequency of 30- 70 KHz allows it to display resolutions between 640X480 to 1280X1024. Input to the display is via 15 pin sub-miniature D type connector consisting of RGB analog signals (.714 Vp-p), with separate TTL level horizontal and vertical sync signals. The standard cable length is 6 feet. Power to the monitor is auto-switching and can be 100-240 VAC at 60/50Hz. Additionally, the OEM SyncMaster 750s is MPR-II compliant and meets Nutek and EPA energy star standards for power consumption. OPTIONS: - Video cable: 6 feet with 15 pin to 15 pin sub-miniature D type connector with right angle to straight shell. - Video cable: 10 feet with 15 pin to 15 pin sub-miniature D type connector with right angle to straight shell. - Video cable: 6 feet with 15 pin to 15 pin sub-miniature D type connector with straight shells. - Video cable: 10 feet with 15 pin to 15 pin sub-miniature D type connector with straight shells. -Video cable: 6 feet with 15 pin to 9 pin sub-miniature D type connector with straight shells. - Video cable: 10 feet with 15 pin to 9 pin sub-miniature D type connector with straight shells. - 220V version with Italian Power Plug - 220V version with Danish Power Plug - 220V version with Australian Power Plug - 220V version with United Kingdom Power Plug - 220V version with Continental European Power Plug
 

Date Posted: Jan 15, 2009 | Last Modified: Jun 11, 2009 | Last Reviewed: Jun 11, 2009

 
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