For a generation, TVs have been in the background – in more ways than one – of household entertainment.
Maximise your viewing pleasure with Amtex Electronics
- 24 October, 2003 09:44
<p>Sydney 24th October 2003- Amtex Electronics introduces the latest from their displays and systems division, the 6.4” Videoflyer, a solid state memory card playback video monitor.
A self-contained digital viewing monitor used for looping video display, the unit comprises of a 6.4” colour TFT LCD panel for your viewing pleasure. With the use of a plug-in and play CompactFlash card, video is stored and played in MPEG-1 video format and high-resolution MPEG stills can also be used with or without audio. Video is programmed into the CompactFlash card by using DV Flashwriter software (contact Amtex Electronics for details).</p>
<p>A heavy-duty aluminium enclosure houses the monitor along with 2W built-in stereo speakers and an optional jack out for external speakers.</p>
<p>Auto playback is used on power up, whilst continuous playback is used when looping video tracks. Playback options include any order track sequencing, selectable track length playback and manual startup of track playback after power up.</p>
<p>With 10 Watts of power, optional extras encompass Composite output and a touchscreen, VCD type function modes can also be incorporated.</p>
<p>Whatever your need for an industrial display solution, Amtex Electronics has the likely answer. For more information contact Amtex Electronics on (02) 9809 5022 or visit our website at www.amtex.com.au</p>
<p>About Amtex Electronics</p>
<p>Amtex Electronics was established in 1979, and is headquartered in Sydney. An ISO9002 Standards company, Amtex provides the professional electronics industry with products of high quality, reliable delivery times, technical support and after sales service. Two divisions support the needs of our nationwide customer base.</p>
<p>The Power Supply division handles switch mode power supplies, DC-DC converters, battery chargers, power inverters, and other power conversion products. Hundreds of different models are available from stock, with the majority certified to international and local safety and EMC standards. And if no standard product suits you, we can also design and build custom modified products.</p>
<p>The Displays & Systems division is at the forefront of Flat Panel Display technology, with a range of LCD’s and electroluminescent displays. We also handle industrial single board computers and associated equipment, in kit form or fully assembled systems. Custom made industrial PCs and monitors are another specialty. Please contact us with your next requirement for industrial computers or monitors.</p>
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