Commmercial Grade LCD Monitors from JVC Meet Demanding needs of the Security Market

GD-19L1GU and GD-17L1GU LCD monitors provide flexible connectivity and versatility for most demanding applications


ORLANDO, FL -- JVC Professional Products Company introduced the GD-19L1GU, 19-inch LCD monitor and the GD-17L1GU, 17-inch LCD monitor as part of a complete line of LCD’s being unveiled at ASIS International 2005. These monitors are ideal components within any surveillance control room or command and control application.

The 19-inch GD-19L1GU features an ultra high contrast ratio of 1000:1 and a super wide viewing angle of 178 degrees both horizontally and vertically with an extremely bright picture of 250cd/m2. The 17-inch GD-17L1GU features a high contrast ratio of 500:1 and a wide viewing angle of 140 degrees left to right and 130 degrees top to bottom with picture brightness of 300 cd/m2.

“The introduction of our commercial grade LCD monitors exemplifies our dedication to designing and producing the highest quality, cost-effective products for the security market,” said Melissa Viviano, National Marketing Manager, JVC PROFESSIONAL PRODUCTS COMPANY. “Our expertise in the professional display market enables us to provide our customers with monitors that have the features that meet their technology needs.”

Simple and stylish in design, these LCD’s can be used stand-alone or rack-mounted. The slim 24mm bezel of both monitors provides more viewing area, beneficial when multiple monitors are installed in a surveillance control room. With standard VESA mounting holes, the GD-19L1GU and GD-17L1GU can be mounted and installed many different ways and locations. In addition, there are two built-in stereo speakers in the front of the unit as well as a built-in AC power supply with a detachable cord that allows for quick and easy installation.

Both LCD’s provide the connectivity and 24/7 performance needed for the most demanding surveillance monitoring applications and are equipped with three video inputs, component (Y,Cb,Cr), S-video (Y/C), and standard composite video input terminals, each with a bridged output. In addition, these LCD monitors have low power consumption --nearly 1/3 less than a typical CRT monitor making them a cost-effective solution for any user.