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Monitor

To seek information about an agent's behavior; a device that provides such information.
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A typical SKD manufacturer will carefully remove the CRT from the old monitor housing and reassemble it using a "kit" available from manufacturers in China and Korea.
Sub-$400 (and, in some cases, sub-$300) 17-inch LCD monitors have driven many mainstream PC owners into LCD displays
Last year, ViewSonic was the number one seller of monitors in Argentina and Chile based on value of units distributed, according to a study by the U.
The 42-inch monitor is six inches deep and uses plasma gas technology rather than liquid crystals.
Both the 2000 and the Mini Monitor systems are capable of monitoring heating systems for indoor and outdoor temperatures.
IBM's flat panel monitors generate about 30 percent less heat than CRT monitors.
Dan Webster, General Manager of Analogic's Life Care Systems Division, noted, "The LIFEGARD I is a significant addition to our growing LIFEGARD family of non-invasive patient monitors.
Feature Plus will be integrated with Mattec's ProHelp system, giving processors the ability to monitor quality and production from their machines while immediately updating inventory control.
ShoreWare System Monitor is available in two deployment models to accommodate both resellers and enterprise customers.
The monitor displays the three fetal heart rates, along with the mother's heart rate, on a color touchscreen.
Annuity Monitor offers our clients the ability to effectively monitor the highly competitive annuity market space and develop best in class marketing and servicing strategies," said Peter Ellison, CEO of Corporate Insight.
Food and Drug Administration has approved the AfibAlert(TM) Atrial Fibrillation Monitor, a health-care provider prescribed ambulatory cardiac monitor for improved atrial fibrillation management.