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    High Bright Sun Light Readable LCDs

    Look at this lcd´s , some have 700 nits.
    There are numerous screen sizes.

    http://www.vartechsystems.com/produc...right-LCDs.asp

    Sizes : 6.4 / 8.4 / 10.4 / 12.1

    what the supliers says :

    VarTech's full range of special High Bright Sun light Readable TFT LCDs, are designed to operate in high ambient light conditions. At 500 nits to 1400 nits of brightness, VarTech's High Bright Sun light Readable LCD outperform commercially available products that wash out in direct and/or indirect sunlight conditions. These quality display systems are an ideal solution for factory automation, marine/mobile and process control applications.

    Some features of our High Bright Sun Light Readable LCDs include:

    Class "A" LCD Panel
    Rugged Construction
    Designed to satisfy most commercial, ATM, industrial, security/surveillance, marine or military, or vehicle applications
    Viewable under ambient light conditions
    Variety of resolutions and up to 16.7 million colors
    High Brightness and Contrast enhances display quality
    Multiple sizes and mechanical configurations available
    Space Saving compact design
    Engineered to provide the longest lamp-life possible
    Models also available for full-range dimming
    Optional Ambient Light Sensor
    Custom designs to meet your specific viewing and mechanical requirements are also encouraged

    OTHER SIZES CURRENTLY SUPPORTED
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    any idea how much these go for?

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    Yeah, we want prices

    A 8.4" would be nice in my new car


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    Quote Originally Posted by anaxagoras
    any idea how much these go for?
    I have already sent an email , waiting for an answer.

    Another group buy ??? ( someone has started a trend )

    If prices are good , these screens would be ideal for any Mobille project.
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    If the price is right...then i could go for one (or possibly 2) of these

    Otherwise i'll have to look for a non-touch 7/8" Lilliput/Gain screen


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    High Brite lcd

    well, if they are any thing like Computer Dynamics here in the states, http://www.cdynamics.com/ , they will be in the $3500 to $6000 range.


    CD has screens that go up to 1400 nits and 21in diag. look great but be willing to get that second morage.

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    I got this reply from them last May:

    Hello. Thank you for expressing an interest in VarTech Displays.

    As requested, please find listed below general product information, unit pricing, detailed technical data and mechanical outline drawings for our model VT084HB-W.



    Vartech Model VT084HB-W
    Configuration # VT084HBW-104-00-02
    8.4" High Brite Vehicle/Industrial Display
    Bright Active Matrix TFT Display
    With Anti-Reflective Protective Faceplate
    VGA/SVGA Resolution
    HD15(F) and BNC video inputs
    12VDC Power Supply
    Warranty Period : 1 Year
    Unit Price (QTY 1) US$ 3,895.00


    Additional Add-On Options:
    Alternate Mechanical Configurations
    90-264VAC Power Supply
    Integrated Resistive Touvh Screen
    Integrator/Reseller/QTY Discounts When Applicable





    Vartech Model VT084HBW-RT
    Configuration # VT084HBW-104-RS-02
    8.4" High Brite Vehicle/Industrial Display
    Bright Active Matrix TFT Display
    VGA/SVGA Resolution
    HD15(F) and BNC video inputs
    12VDC Power Supply
    Warranty Period : 1 Year
    Unit Price (QTY 1) US$ 4,395.00


    Additional Add-On Options:
    Alternate Mechanical Configurations
    90-264VAC Power Supply
    Integrated Resistive Touvh Screen
    Integrator/Reseller/QTY Discounts When Applicable



    All prices are quoted in US dollars and do not include transportation charges, freight insurance, customs fees or your local taxes.

    Should you have any questions, comments or further requirements please feel free to contact me. I look forward to hearing from you.

    Best regards,

    Richard Lachney
    VarTech Systems Inc.
    TEL (800)223-8050, ext. 1067
    International TEL 001 225 298 0300
    FAX (225)297-2440
    www.vartechsystems.com

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    Wwwwwwwooooooowwwwwwww
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    'kinell!
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    Quote Originally Posted by PORTUGAL
    Wwwwwwwooooooowwwwwwww
    /emote opens wallet only to find moths fly out...

    Ummm I will gladly pay you Tuesday for a LCD today!

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