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    I am looking for a direct-sunlight-readable 10.4" LCD display with TS. According to the experts the minimum of nits should be 850. I have heard that there are sceen with 1400 nits, but they are hard to get (only OEM).

    Can anyone help me ? I am looking on the internet for a few months now. Maybe you guys can help me.

    Thanks,

  • #2
    try looking for a planar screen and then get a 10.4" touch overlay and controller from www.digitalww.com

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    • #3
      Thanks,
      but were are the 1000 nits ?

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      • #4
        I dont know - I use really efficient shampoo and a fine comb
        http://sticksout.blogspot.com

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        • #5
          how about these:

          check monitors
          http://www.myelectronics.nl/index.html?lmd=38292.549086

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Amateurbouw
            Thanks,
            but were are the 1000 nits ?
            Did you look at Planar as Andy suggested ??

            http://www.planar.com/Products/Embed...t/LC640-AC.cfm
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            • #7
              Originally posted by Amateurbouw
              Thanks,
              but were are the 1000 nits ?
              for god sake. Look at their damn website and stop being so lazy.

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              • #8
                Originally posted by Grrrmachine
                I dont know - I use really efficient shampoo and a fine comb


                hahaha Grrrmachine - you just made my night!

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                • #9
                  and what might be the price on these???
                  1992 z71 Chevy

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                  • #10
                    Originally posted by Cartunes
                    and what might be the price on these???
                    $1000-1500

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                    • #11
                      Thanks all,
                      What does TFT AMLCD mean? Can I directtly hook it up to a (car)pc ?Resolution (640x480=VGA) is not that high and price (if $1000-1500 is correct) is rather high. Brightness looks OK.
                      Anyone a better alternative?

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                      • #12
                        ya, find yourself an allbrite.
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                        • #13
                          Looks great ! Does anyone know were to find a site of the Allbrite touch 10.4". I'm really impressed.

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                          • #14
                            Direct Sunlight LCD displays

                            Hi All:

                            I found this thread while doing some research on LCD Televisions for my company.

                            We offer Super Bright LCD Displays. These are viewable in direct sunlight with over 2000 nits in brightness.

                            Before I started this company my previous company sold and serviced LED outdoor and indoor displays. My company was responsible for the installation of the San Diego Padres video screen, the Seattle Seahawks video screens and the San Antonio Spurs video screens. As well as having our products used for outdoor concert tours on Bruce Springsteen, Metalica and Shania Twain. So I am very knowledgeable about what is required to see and read in direct sunlight. 1000 nits or 1500 nits will not truly accomplish this.

                            Here is the web site: www.suncutterlcd.com - let me know what you think.

                            Thanks

                            Troy

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by Superbright
                              Hi All:

                              I found this thread while doing some research on LCD Televisions for my company.

                              We offer Super Bright LCD Displays. These are viewable in direct sunlight with over 2000 nits in brightness.

                              Before I started this company my previous company sold and serviced LED outdoor and indoor displays. My company was responsible for the installation of the San Diego Padres video screen, the Seattle Seahawks video screens and the San Antonio Spurs video screens. As well as having our products used for outdoor concert tours on Bruce Springsteen, Metalica and Shania Twain. So I am very knowledgeable about what is required to see and read in direct sunlight. 1000 nits or 1500 nits will not truly accomplish this.

                              Here is the web site: www.suncutterlcd.com - let me know what you think.

                              Thanks

                              Troy
                              that is wonderful, but on your site it says you work with 20"-30" lcds

                              I dont think that is a practical range of sizes for here. The only application i can think of would be a flip down display in the rear of a hummer.

                              Do you have any products in the popular 7" sizes people here use? even 8" or 10.4?
                              My Install

                              Software:
                              CFiG v1
                              iGuidance Plugin for CF

                              CarShell
                              Working shell for a CarPC

                              StopWatch
                              StopWatch plugin remade for centrafuse RC1

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