SHARP LQ5AW116: Video BIOS 1263-6056-11600, C&T Video Controller 69030
PrimeView PD064PT2: Video BIOS 1263-6056-06400, C&T Video Controller 69030
SHARP LM64P89: Video BIOS 1263-6056-44800, C&T Video Controller 69030
Used for PanelLink 1280×1024 in Germany:Video BIOS 1269-6056-99900, C&T 69030
SPC8106, PLANAR EL 320.240.36: Video BIOS 1281-6017-32600
PLANAR EL 640.400-CD4: Video BIOS 1253-6006-64400
PLANAR EL 320.240.36: Video BIOS 1253-6006-32600
FPD LDE052T: Video BIOS 1253-6006-05200
HITACHI LGM7520RPFC: Video BIOS 1253-6006-75200
Major version 2, Alpine NTSC: Video BIOS 1253-6012-00100
Fujitsu FPF12896HRIIA-020: Video BIOS 1253-6003-XXXXX
HOSIDEN HLD0912-013020: Video BIOS 1253-5001-91200
■ 1254-6009-44801 also supports HITACHI LMG5371XUFC-D, SHARP LM64P89 and SHARP LM64P12 ■ 1254-6009-61900 also supports ORION STN Model no.: OEM-3224-H3030 ■ 1254-6009-03600 also supports FUJITSU FLC26VGC6S-01, SHARP LQ10D42, TOSHIBA LTM10C042 and TOSHIBA LTM10C209A ■ 1254-6009-64100 is similar to 1254-6009-03600 with the exception that Text enhancement XR61=6E is used instead of 2E
■ 1254-6009-32804 also supports CITIZEN K6481L-FF ■ 1254-6009-12300 also supports SHARP LQ9PS01 and SHARP LQ12S41 ■ 1254-6009-80600 also supports IBM ITSV50E and Toshiba LTM12C275A ■ 1254-6009-44802 also supports HITACHI LMG7520RPFC ■ 1254-6011-32700 is similar to 1254-6011-32600 but FRC grayscales (XR4F=44, XR50=21) are used
■ 1254-6011-12300 also supports SHARP LQ9PS01 and Hosiden HLD0804 ■ 1254-6011-03600 also supports SHARP LQ10D42, SHARP LQ64D341, SHARP LQ084V1DG21 ■ 1254-6011-12301 also supports SHARP LQ12S41, Toshiba LTM08C350 ■ 1255-6015-12400 also supports TORISAN TM121SV-02L11
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