One of your old file servers is connected to a CRT display, and the screen flickers noticeably when you’re viewing the screen. Which of these is the most likely cause of this flickering?
Why should you take additional safety precautions when working with a CRT?
Which of these would be an important safety consideration when working with CRT displays?
There are many ways to display the output from your computer. In this video, you’ll learn about CRTs, LCD technology, LED and OLED, plasma displays, and digital projector technology.
We can’t easily use our computers without some type of display device, and you’ve got many to choose from. In this module, you’ll learn about CRTs, display projectors, display connector types, and the specifications you should consider when purchasing a new LCD monitor.
One of the common warnings posted on the outside of a cathode ray tube monitor is “No user serviceable parts inside.” Why is it a good idea to avoid poking around on the inside of a CRT?
Although LCD monitors are now normal, there are still quite a few CRT monitors still in use. What’s an important safety tip to remember when working with CRT monitors?