The SRMZBTP 24R sunlight readable touch screen monitor is designed for use in direct sunlight, or in low light conditions such as a bathroom. These highly advanced monitors generate more than 1,100 nits of sunlight resolution. This allows the user to view even the most remote areas of the computer display. The resolution is a major advantage over older monitors that relied on fluorescent or incandescent lights. The new monitors operate at full brightness even under complete sunlight.
These newer devices also use an active system for detecting finger motion. With the FPGA based tru-vu monitors, which operates in bright sunlight, only the light rays that strike the screen are registered and interpreted. As a result, bright sunlight readable touch screen monitor works best with finger scanning. This makes it possible for people with poor eyesight to use the monitor.
The SRMZBTP- 24R sunlight readable touch screen monitor was first introduced to the market in September 2002. The first units were not sold due to a lack of demand, but this issue was addressed quickly. An upgraded model called the SRMZBTP- 24R was released shortly afterwards. This improved model incorporated a new technology called Automatic Light Source (ALSO). This is a form of microchip technology that uses LED lights to provide the required illumination to make the monitor work even in bright sunlight.
The second edition of the SRMZBTP- 24R sunlight readable touch screen monitor incorporated improved microchips. The improved chip introduced an additional 30% more amber light into the display. In addition to this, the display had a much wider color gamut. As a result, these monitors offer much better color accuracy than their predecessors, which offer an average color error of only about 5%.
High Ambient Light Response Time – The second generation of the SRMZBTP sunlight readable touch screen monitor is able to adapt its response time to changing ambient light conditions. This feature is called the Ambient Light Sensor. Ambient light sensor monitors use a sensor to detect changes in light levels. It then determines the display timing and other parameters based on the light level change detected. The advantage of using this technology is that it displays fast changes and provides for a clearer, more detailed image.
Full Array System – The third generation of this popular touch screen monitor uses a full array system which provides for a wider color spectrum and greater brightness. The result is improved color accuracy and a bright display with very little contrast. This also allows the display to be tuned to display nits instead of lumps. This feature also eliminates the need for using sub-bands which can introduce noticeable changes in brightness and contrast levels without requiring changing the pixels.
Touch Screen Monitor with Tough Power Saving Capability – An impressive feature of these monitors is the Tough Power Saving Capability. The screen is covered with a hard touch layer and the backlight is sealed from the front. This allows the monitor to work even when the power source is changed at the height of the device. Additionally, the Tough Power Saving Capability makes it possible to turn off the backlight even if the power is turned off. In this manner, the user is able to extend the life of the LCD.
One notable factor about the sunlight readable touch lcd monitor is that it has a fully mechanical setup. The monitor uses an image modulation technique called “overscan”. This technique involves the use of a special chip containing pixel patterns that are completely red, green and blue. The random number generators or the RNGs used in this process determine the colors of the pixels. The result is a unique array of colors that can be seen when the display device is viewed through the computer monitor’s monitor display. Due to its innovative and highly innovative technology, this product enjoys a lot of popularity among consumers.