Low radiation monitors

  Sebastion 00:24 06 Mar 2003
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Does any body know which monitors have the lowest radiation thanks in advance.
sebastian

  Forum Editor 00:58 06 Mar 2003

of scaremongering about computer monitors and radiation.

Modern monitors emit tiny levels of radiation - far lower than a mobile phone for instance. Monitor manufacturers pay a lot of attention to making products with very low emission levels, and although there will always be some radiation it isn't worth worrying about unduly.

A large monitor emits more than a small one, and a colour screen more than a monochrome. I don't have any statistics to hand about which makes are best in terms of levels I'm afraid.

  square eyes 01:04 06 Mar 2003

I believe that a TFT or LCD monitor have no radiation output for peace of mind.
Thats not a fact but im not far from right.

:)

  Sebastion 07:45 06 Mar 2003

Thank you Forum Editor and square eyes for the quick response and and the information.
sebastian

  €dstow 08:21 06 Mar 2003

Someone worked out that there is more dangerous radiation emitted by one of the granite pillars in Grand Central Station in New York than there is in a whole bank of CRT screens.

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  Andsome 08:35 06 Mar 2003

Just try and get even one of those pillars onto your desk top. I much prefer a monitor.

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