The EPA estimates that the cost of record keeping and reporting would be $7,300 to $11,500 per year for cathode ray
The Whirlwind computer at MIT had a cathode ray
tube, a light pen, and an alphanumeric keyboard in the late 1940s.
In turn, cathode ray
tube TVs will no longer be made in Japan.
Laptop computers contain much less lead than cathode ray
The code behind the Matrix is represented as green cathode ray
lettering that is primarily composed of numbers and Japanese katakana (squarish characters used mainly to represent foreign loan words in Japanese), scrolling from top to bottom on the screen (like Japanese and Chinese can), and apparently random in content.
Making their debut at the Passenger Terminal World exhibition in February were three new products: a 30in Thin Film Technology (TFT) Public Information Display (PID), a 32in natural flat Cathode Ray
Tube (CRT) PID, and a 6.4in through to 20.1in sunlight-readable TFT display.
In 2002, AOC's line included cathode ray
tube (CRT) monitors in 15-inch, 17-inch, and 19-inch sizes, as well as an introductory 15-inch liquid crystal display (LCD) flat-screen monitor.
The glass screens on TV and computer cathode ray
tubes (CRTs) are full of toxic lead, which protects users from harmful ionizing radiation but makes them a serious pollution problem when they're tossed out.
The technology uses glass surface-conduction electron-emitter cathode plates distributed in an amount equal to the number of pixels on the display, and a glass high-voltage anode plate with conventional cathode ray
tube (CRT) phosphors.
Previously, according to the company's president, physicians using conventional MRI cathode ray
display monitors had to remain outside the unit's magnetic field, a distance of between 20 to 50 feet.
The product will contain a 17-inch cathode ray
tube monitor and a 700MHz G4 processor.
Cold cathode ray
technology illuminates the instrument faces, while the indicators are backlit.