LG Flatron L227WTP-PF schwarz 55.9cm/22" 1680x1050

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Proizvođač : LG
Model: L227WTP
Dijagonala: 22“-23,9“

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U ponudi je fantastican LG flatron izuzetan monitor od istoimene firme.Rec je o monitoru od 22 inca u full high def formi.....

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.General characteristics LG Flatron L227WTP
Type: LCD Monitor, WidescreenDiagonal: 22"Resolution: 1680x1050 (16:10)LCD Type: TFT TN
Screen LG Flatron L227WTP
Dot Horizontal: 0.282 mmDot Vertical: 0.282 mmBrightness: Brightness is an attribute of visual perception in which a source appears to be radiating or reflecting light. In other words, brightness is the perception elicited by the luminance of a visual target. This is a subjective attribute/property of an object being observed and one of the color appearance parameters of color appearance models. Brightness refers to an absolute term and should not be confused with Lightness. 300 cd/m2Contrast: The contrast ratio is a property of a display system, defined as the ratio of the luminance of the brightest color (white) to that of the darkest color (black) that the system is capable of producing. A high contrast ratio is a desired aspect of any display. It has similarities with dynamic range. 1000:1Dynamic Contrast Ratio: 30000:1Response time: Response time is the amount of time a pixel in a display takes to change. It is measured in milliseconds (ms). Lower numbers mean faster transitions and therefore fewer visible image artifacts. Older monitors with long response times would create display motion blur around moving objects, making them unacceptable for rapidly moving images. 2 msField of view: As is known, LCD display with limited viewing angle. The image contrast is heavily dependent on the angle of view on the LCD panel falls. At certain angles the contrast reaches a maximum, and the image is easy to read, with other contrast sharply decreases and screen reading very difficult. The physical dimensions of the allowable angle, hereinafter - the viewing angle, are determined by several factors, the main ones are the type of "liquid crystal" and cycles powering. Since the viewing angle is usually less than desired, each LCD unit acquires the reference viewing direction during its manufacture. Horizontal: 170°; Vertical: 170°The maximum number of colors: 16.7 millionScreen coating: A matte screen surface comprises an outer �polarising layer� that has been coarsened using mechanical and sometimes additional chemical processing. The common methods of manufacture of this surface include multi-layered �spluttering� or several passes of �dip coating� optionally followed by chemical surface treatments. Although it isn�t necessary to explore the intricacies of these coating processes we will consider the desirable end-result of this processing. Unlike the rough surface of a matte screen a glossy screen has a smooth outer polarising layer. Rather than diffusing ambient light this smooth surface tends to reflect it back quite directly, causing unwanted reflections and glare � particularly under strong direct light. On the flipside the light emitted from the monitor is unhindered by diffusion processes and reflections aside the image appears richer, more vibrant and unadulterated. Modern glossy polarising films are typically treated using an anti-reflective (AR) chemical coating such as magnesium fluoride or special polymers which act in part to aid absorption of some of the ambient light. antiglare
Signal LG Flatron L227WTP
Frequency sweep: Radio frequency sweep or "Frequency sweep" or "RF sweep" refer to scanning a radio frequency band for detecting signals being transmitted there. This is implemented using a radio receiver having a tunable receiving frequency. As the frequency of the receiver is changed to scan (sweep) a desired frequency band, a display indicates the power of the signals received at each frequency. Horizontal: 30-83 kHz, Vertical: 56-75 HzPassband: A passband is the range of frequencies or wavelengths that can pass through a filter. For example, a radio receiver contains a bandpass filter to select the frequency of the desired radio signal out of all the radio waves picked up by its antenna. The passband of a receiver is the range of frequencies it can receive. 135 MHz
Connection LG Flatron L227WTP
Inputs: DVI-D (HDCP), VGA (D-Sub)
Power LG Flatron L227WTP
Power supply unit: built-inPower consumption: Operating: 40 W, Standby: 1 watt in sleep mode: 1 W
Additionally LG Flatron L227WTP
Standards: Environment: MPR-II, TCO'' 03; Plug & Play: DDC CIDimensions, weight: 508x424x230 mm, 5.65 kg

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