World’s First and Largest Rackmount LCD – 2U 24-inch HD-ready LCD Monitor

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Neuro Logic Systems, Inc., USA manufacturer of ruggedized flat panel display products, announces the world’s largest ruggedized 2U rackmount HD-ready 24” LCD.

Neuro Logic Systems, Inc. has started shipping the world’s first 24-inch high definition LCD display for installation in a standard 19” RETMA equipment rack or military transport case, providing the largest, hi-resolution video display in the smallest storage space.

The RFTD-24-R display is fully operational in the rack or transit case, and the modular display head can be easily removed and placed on a desktop stand for added convenience. When closed, the RFTD-24-R uses just 2U of rack storage space.

The 24” LCD features 1920x1200 WUXGA resolution and is fully High Definition Ready with DVI, VGA, RS-170 NTSC and optional HD-SDI video input connections. LCD specifications include 1,000:1 contrast ratio, 400nits brightness, 180-degree viewing angles, and rapid 6 msec. response time.

All features and components are installed in an aluminum alloy housing designed to meet Military Specifications 461E, 167, 810 and 901D. Although originally designed for military use, the RFTD-24-R can be used in any harsh environment. In addition to the unique design and high quality construction, the RFTD-24-R is attractively priced for use in a wide variety of applications.

As with all NLS products, this unit is Designed, Engineered and Manufactured in the U.S.A.

To learn more about the RFTD-24-R, visit the NLS website at http://www.NLSdisplays.com or call 805.389.5435.

About Neuro Logic Systems, Inc.

Neuro Logic Systems, Inc. is a USA company that designs, engineers and manufactures a broad line of ruggedized military, industrial, medical and commercial flat panel display products. NLS specializes in customizing existing products and/or designing new products to satisfy specific customer requirements. All products sold by NLS are produced in Camarillo, California USA.

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