Key Features:

  • High contrast Thin Film Transistor Liquid Crystal Display panel with 18.1" viewable diagonal screen size providing excellent image quality.

  • Frame Rate Control (FRC) delivers a quasi-full colour display with a maximum of 16.19 million colours.

  • Flicker free 1280 x 1024 resolution.

  • Automatic image adjustment for easy installation.

  • Image adjustments provided by the On-Screen Display.

  • Windows® 95 and Windows® 98 Plug & Play compatible.

  • Includes Apple Macintosh adaptor.

  • VESA DPMS Power Management. Energy Star compliant.

  • Compliant with the TCO'95 standard.

  • Fully Compliant with Australian EMC and Electrical Safety Standards.

Specification Overview

Model RDT180S
Display Type Thin Film Transistor Active Matrix Panel
Maximum Viewable Size 18.1" (46 cm) diagonal
Maximum Resolution 1280 x 1024 pixels @ up to 75 Hz refresh rate
Display Size 359 (H) x 287.2 (V) mm
Pixel Pitch 0.281 (H) x 0.281 (V) mm
Colour Depth Quasi-full colour (16.19 million colours)
Luminance 180 Cd/m² (typical)
Contrast Ratio 230:1 (typical)
Viewing Angle ±70°Horizontal, +70°/-40°Vertical
Horizontal Frequency 31 80.5 kHz, auto scanning
Vertical Frequency 30 85 Hz, auto scanning
Synchronisation Separate
Video Bandwidth 140 MHz
Input Signal Video Analog RGB (positive)
Plug & Play Compatible with Windows 95 and Windows 98 (DDC-1 and DDC-2B)
User Controls On Screen Display (OSD):

Auto-setup, Brightness, contrast, Horiz. And Vert. Position, Clock, Clock Phase, Colour Adjustment, Black Level, Auto Correct, Zoom, OSD Position, Power Save On/Off, Reset, Signal Information, Adjustment Lock

Input Connector 15-pin mini D-Sub
Dimensions (HWD) 481 mm x 460 mm x 220 mm including stand
Weight 9 kg
Power Input 12 Vdc

AC Adaptor: 100-240 Vac (50/60 Hz)

Power Consumption 50 Watts Maximum

Less than 8 W in Power Saving modes

EMC/EMI AS3548, EN55022 Class B, EN50082-1, CE Mark, FCC-B
Safety AS3260, EN60950, UL1950, CSA, TUV, D.N.S.F.
Low Radiation MPR-II, TCO '95
Power Saving VESA DPMS, Energy Star, NUTEK

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