A display screen and associated electronics, often encased in a single housing, that as its primary function displays visual information from (1) a computer, workstation or server via one or more inputs (e.g., VGA, DVI, HDMI, DisplayPort, IEEE 1394, USB), (2) external storage (e.g., USB flash drive, memory card), or (3) a network connection. Such as a monitor (e.g., LCD, CRT), electronic scoreboards, tv or projector.
Unit of Measure:
Commercial, Residential, Multifamily
|List Options||Option Definition||Unit of Measure|
|Signage display||An electronic device typically with a diagonal screen size greater than 12 inches and a pixel density less than or equal to 5,000 pixels/in2. It is typically marketed as commercial signage for use in areas where it is intended to be viewed by multiple people in non-desk based environments, such as retail or department stores, restaurants, museums, hotels, outdoor venues, airports, conference rooms or classrooms.||None|
|Computer monitor||An electronic device, typically with a diagonal screen size greater than 12 inches and a pixel density greater than 5,000 pixels per square inch (pixels/in2), that displays a computer's user interface and open programs, allowing the user to interact with the computer, typically using a keyboard and mouse.||None|
|Digital picture frame||An electronic device, typically with a diagonal screen size less than 12 inches, whose primary function is to display digital images. It may also feature a programmable timer, occupancy sensor, audio, video, or bluetooth or wireless connectivity.||None|
|CRT||A CRT, also known as cathode ray tube or computer display terminal, is a type of display for a computer monitor and television.||None|
|Not applicable||Not applicable||None|
Term ID: 174299b1-156f-4828-91c3-5312c70fd1c7
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