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Philips 107E
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Applies to:

Philips 107E20 from the series of Philips 107E Color Monitors

Author/Supplier:

Philips

Category:

Monitors

Requirements:

Windows XP 32-bit

File Size:

5.74 KB

File Name:

107e437499_dxp_eng.zip

Release Date:

05/28/04

Version:

1.0.0.0

Last Updated:

01.05.12

Download:

Philips 107E

Rating:


3
/5 from 20 reviews.

Specifications:

  • Display Area: 16"
  • CRT Dot Pitch: 0.27 MM
  • Horizontal Pitch: 0.23 MM
  • Autoscan with Horizontal Frequencies (Cover up to 70 kHz) Support
  • Monitor Type: Flat Square High Contrast CRT

Description:

The Philips 107E20 Color Monitor, belonging to the Philips 107E series, is a 17? flat square high contrast Cathode Ray Tube (CRT) monitor. It offers a maximum screen depth of 16.1?. The monitor has a maximum possible display area of 12.9" x 9.7", but the recommended display area is 12.0" x 9.0". It features dot pitch of 0.27 MM and horizontal pitch of 0.23 MM. The Autoscan feature of the monitor enables it to cover horizontal frequencies of 30-70 kHz and vertical scanning of 50-160 kHz. The picture tube used in the monitor offers a wide range of features, including anti-glare, anti-reflection, anti-static and limits transmission of light to 47%, in order to ensure comfortable viewing for the user over extended periods of time.

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The picture tube of the CRT monitor is of the Shadow Mask type. Such picture tubes have a perforated plate made of metal (named the Shadow Mask) installed right behind the glass screen of the monitor. 3 electron guns placed at the back of the plate constantly sweep across it, and the beams emitted by them only reach the screen when those pass over the holes of the plate. The lights have varying frequencies depending on the colors that are supposed to be displayed on screen. When the beams hit the glass screen, the phosphor coating on the inner surface of the glass lights up in various colors, according to the frequencies of the beams, forming the images for the user to view.