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JVC GM-552E Full HD 1080p 24/7

JVC GM-552E Full HD 1080p 24/7

Price: £1,150.00
Location: United Kingdom
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Date Expires: 26/05/2021
Item ID: 213706

JVC GM-552E Full HD 1080p 24/7

JVC GM-552E Full HD 1080p 24/7

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The GM-552 is a large format, full HD, 55" LED/LCD monitor. Its ultra-high contrast display, durable design and excellent connectivity make it ideal for both broadcast and security applications.

Features

  • Full HD 1920 x 1080 pixel display (non glare)
  • Light intensity 450 cd/m2
  • LED back lighting with MTBF of > 50,000 hours
  • All-Metal Cabinet and Durable Design
  • HDMI in (with security fastening)
  • DVI-D in
  • Component RGB in / out (D-Sub15)
  • S-Video in
  • Composite BNC in/ out
  • 24/7 operation
  • Multiview function (video wall zoom) 2x1/2x2/3x3/4x4/5x5
  • PIP and PBP Picture Modes
  • ECO sensor to reduce brightness and save power comsumption
  • Picture mode: STUDIO, CCTV1, CCTV2, USER
  • Internal speakers

 

 


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