This monitor features a SVGA TFT LCD display with up to 350cd/m2, and an LCD backlight with a 50,000-hour life expectancy. The aluminum front panel is NEMA4/IP65 compliant and protects from abrasion and acid corrosion. A regular VGA control card works with the direct-VGA signal transmission. It has a 12.1-inch monitor with up to 800 x 600 resolution, a multi-scan function supporting XGA, SVGA, VGA and text mode, auto-recognition of input signal, VESA arm, desktop, panel and wall-mounting capability. It comes with resistive or capacitive-touch screens.
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