ELMO USA's new flat panel LCD monitor

Jan. 29, 2008
ELM-19FP designed for use in security and monitoring systems

PLAINVIEW, NY -- ELMO USA Corporation introduces its new ELM-19FP series flat panel LCD monitor featuring innovative technology, exceptional high-definition image quality, and seamless integration into security systems. The ELM-19FP fills the need for an LCD monitor that delivers 1280 x 1024 (SXGA) resolution while incorporating high-value features at a competitive price point.

"As a leader in high quality image capture products, it was appropriate for ELMO to meet the demand for surveillance systems that use the latest technology in high resolution displays," said Gil DeLiso, ELMO's National Sales Manager. "With SXGA resolution and multiple input switching capabilities, the ELM-19FP provides the level of video quality that today's professional security and surveillance environment demands. In addition to CCTV surveillance, the ELM-19FB can also be used for PVM applications due to its ultra-high resolution and contrast."

The ELM-19FP monitor delivers images that are sharper, more vivid in color, and dramatically more stable. The panel displays bright, high-contrast images, even in dark areas of the picture. 3-D comb filtering ensures that image boundaries are crisp, while minimizing flicker and noise. De-interlacing efficiently decreases jittery or shaky image output.

In addition, the ELM-19FP's super fast response time means motion will be tracked smoothly without smearing which also helps to eliminate operator eyestrain and fatigue. The ELM-19FP— features a full range of input options, including BNC Video, S-Video and VGA, allowing users to switch between inputs to monitor images from multiple sources. A trigger alarm input from a DVR or external device can switch between video inputs, allowing for maximum application flexibility.

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