Display++ LCD Monitor


Display++ makes it easy to display calibrated visual stimuli with precision timing, and provides robust and reliable synchronisation of the stimulus presentation with external data collection equipment, at an affordable price.

Configurable contrast resolution combined with fast panel drive rate, custom lag-free electronics, and a programmable LED backlight are some of the tools that make Display++ ideal for cognitive, psychophysical and neurophysiological investigations of vision and the brain.

P0250 Display++ Datasheet  M0250 & M0251 Display++ Datasheet

Guide Price: £5500

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