[rescue] Sun Rays

Curtis H. Wilbar Jr. rescue at hawkmountain.net
Sat Aug 9 15:48:16 CDT 2003

On the same thread as my last question about supported display resolutions,
any idea of the Sun Ray 1 will drive a Sun 20D10 monitor (the one that
uses the little IR remote control).  IT is a multiple frequency (not
multifrequency) monitor.... which supports:

Resolution	H Freq		V Freq		Pixel Freq
-----------	-------		------		----------
1076 x 824	71.7KHz		76Hz		108.0MHz
1196 x 938	81.1KHz		76Hz		135.0MHz
1152 x 900	61.8KHz		66Hz		 94.5MHz
1152 x 900	71.8KHz		76Hz		108.0MHz
1280 x 1024	71.8KHz		67Hz		118.0MHz
1280 x 1024 	81.1KHz		76Hz		135.0MHz

Nice monitors... just not multisync... (like the latter 20E20 ?)

-- Curt

>Date: Sat, 9 Aug 2003 13:18:00 -0700 (PDT)
>From: Michael Dombrowski <ab1244 at yahoo.com>
>Subject: Re: [rescue] Sun Rays
>To: rescue at sunhelp.org
>> In doing some looking around, there seems to be
>> SunRay 1
>> SunRay 100
>> SunRay 150
>> What other SunRay models are they, and how do they
>> compare.
>> What would you SunRay users out there recommend ?
>> Any recommended sources of hardware ?
>There is one type of system board, and that is it. The
>three different models of Sun Ray are just different
>packagings of this boards, the features and usage are
>the same. Sun Ray 1 (whoops, not 100) is what I have
>and is just the standalone unit. 100 adds an
>integrated 17" monitor (think ELC/SLC), and 150 an
>integrated 15" TFT. Otherwise exactly the same.
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Curtis Wilbar
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