What do members do for substitute monochrome monitors ?
Ian S. King
isking at uw.edu
Wed Apr 6 15:58:18 CDT 2016
On Mon, Apr 4, 2016 at 7:07 AM, Maciej W. Rozycki <macro at linux-mips.org>
> On Sun, 3 Apr 2016, Pete Lancashire wrote:
> > I'll soon be powering up a HP 9000/310 (98561-66525) but do not have an
> > single monochrome monitor.
> > Suggestions ?
> I've had success with a NEC MultiSync LCD2090UXi monitor, which can be
> configured on an input-by-input basis (at least for its analogue lines) to
> render image in shades of grey, either by weighing RGB inputs in the usual
> manner or solely from the green line. I take it both separate sync and
> composite signalling are supported although I have only used it with the
> latter (EIA-343A i.e. 1V p-p analogue). The LCD2190UXi does the same I'm
> told, although I haven't used it myself.
> So if your system uses analogue signalling, then one of these might be
> worth trying. I can't help if your system uses TTL output.
I have a couple of boards/boxes I've purchased on ePay that do a good job
of reducing my dependency on CRTs. My frame doubler was around $80, and
another board that does a lot of format conversion (including various RGB
combos) for about $25. Sometimes I keep the CRTs for historical reasons,
but I dislike running them routinely because of the real estate they
consume! Also, some are just getting a bit dim.... -- Ian
Ian S. King, MSIS, MSCS, Ph.D. Candidate
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