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Display tester minimises manual input errors

Posted: 05 Sep 2008     Print Version  Bookmark and Share

Keywords:display tester  visual testing  display formats 

Agilent U8101A

Agilent Technologies Inc. has unveiled a display tester designed for easy, customisable setup for visual testing of up to five major display formats. It is suitable for testing FPD and CRT displays as well as LCD panels in PC and TV manufacturing.

The Agilent U8101A supports all major analogue (S-Video, YPbPr, CVBS, VGA) and digital (HDMI and DVI) interfaces, and allows for future upgrades to new interfaces. The flexibility of multiple plug-in card slots enables test technicians and engineers to customise instrument configuration according to their needs, a capability that differentiates the U8101A from other testers in its class.

The new display tester uses a 5.7-inch colour LCD display and Windows-based graphical user interface to simplify test pattern selections. From the user-friendly front panel, operators can easily select different display formats, test configurations and other frequently used functions. Coupled with the capability to recall up to 16 test sequences and patterns, these features help minimise manual input errors and reduce test setup time. In addition, the U8101A comes with USB capability for convenient high-definition patterns and image transfer to tester and hassle-free firmware upgrades.

The Agilent U8101A display tester is available now. Pricing starts at Rs.3.11 lakh ($7,250), depending on card configuration. Standard options are as follows:

* U8101A- 801 (consists of HDMI card, DVI card, VGA card and TV card) at Rs.5.25 lakh ($12,250)

* U8101A-802 (consists of DVI card and VGA card) at Rs.3.77 lakh ($8,800)

* U8101A-803 (consists of TV card) at Rs.3.26 lakh ($7,600)





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