Question about BenQ V773 17" CRT Monitor
Monitors on standby mode change state when they receive a signal from graphic card. I would like to know what is the trigger signal for the BenQ monitor to power on, is it the horizontal, vertical, video signal, ...? This is because i have a monitor which remains in the standby mode even with signals present but i have no oscilloscope to investigate any further. Any help will be appreciated...
Most modern monitors use the Horizontal sync line to determine when to go to standby.
Posted on Sep 04, 2006
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