Last Of The CRTs

As we’ve talked about in the past; we are facing a quick downfall of CRT style security monitors.  In fact we have almost reached the end of the line and we have now only 2 B&W surveillance monitors left, and once they are gone, its permanent.

After these 2 monitors are sold we will no longer have any B&W surveillance monitor CRTs available and it will be the last time anyone can get them brand new.  So if you are in the manufacturing sector or just happen to have an application where a 9″ B&W CRT style security monitor is needed; you are going to want to jump on these quick or else you may face problems later on when you are unable to find one.

Speco VM901B 9" B&W 800 Line Resolution Metal Security Monitor

Speco VM901B 9" B&W Security Monitor

These monitors go by the name VM901B and they are offered by Speco at a decent price with a solid construction and nice features.  These features include an 800 TV line resolution, a metal casing, and a black finish.  More information can be found on our main site.

http://www.cu1.com/vm901b.html

2 comments for “Last Of The CRTs

  1. March 4, 2012 at 1:52 pm

    G’Day! Icunet,
    Neat Post, I love the deep contrast levels crts have, but the only problem is Sony quit making widescreen hd tube tvs. Will I still be able to find another one used when my current one wears out, or should I buy another one now and stash it?
    Good Job!

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      March 5, 2012 at 3:42 pm

      The chances of finding one in the future may be difficult, but for television and HD movie viewing the new plasmas and LED tv’s are starting to bring very good contrast and picture quality. The main loss suffered through the elimination of CRT’s has to do with their use in high intensity environments found in manufacturing facilities. LCD’s are not capable of handling these environments; where as CRTs are. So for security purposes and machine viewing the loss of CRT’s will be something that will need to be overcome.

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