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Raptor 4000-LR/4000e-LR
2D Graphics Boards
Developed in-house specifically for ATC tower, vessel traffic, military and other command and control applications, these boards offer configurable multi-mode standard resolutions where 2K × 2K displays are not required.
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Multi-Monitor and Multi-Resolution Support

The Raptor 4000-LR and 4000e-LR support up to two monitors with two DVI outputs. Both heads support digital monitors and the outer head also drives analog monitors. The maximum resolution is 1920 × 1200 on either head. The cards support DDC/EDID and either head automatically configures to the native resolution of DDC compatible monitors. Resolutions can also be set through simple software configuration changes. The drivers are easy to install and the product is readily adapted to your changing needs.

Long Product Life

While most vendors' products are only available for one or two years, EIZO guarantees availability for at least five years and support for at least ten years. For system integrators, OEMs, and ATC centers, this means significant savings on development costs by reducing the frequency of configuration re-testing that is necessary when replacing old cards with new ones.

Backward Compatibility

The Raptor 4000-LR and 4000e-LR offer backward compatibility with their predecessors such as the Raptor 1100T and Raptor 1000. This allows customers to seamlessly upgrade their graphics boards and maintain the same functionality without having to modify applications.

Passive Heatsink Cooling System

Graphics board GPUs must be sufficiently cooled at all times not only to ensure optimum performance, but more importantly, to protect them from failure. While most boards rely on cooling fans that may wear out over time, these boards employ a passive heatsink. This increases reliability while eliminating downtime and expense required for fan inspections and maintenance.

Wide-Ranging Driver Support

The drivers for these graphics boards were developed in-house, have been extensively field tested, and are easily installed in many UNIX platforms. Because they are loadable, these drivers can be used with graphics boards from other vendors in a multi-screen environment. In-house development of drivers allows EIZO to be responsive to customer needs, and, in the unlikely event of a problem, customers may talk directly with an engineer.

Maximum Performance, Minimum Usage

With 128 MB of on-board memory and an efficient memory manager, the boards offer excellent drawing performance and optimal pixmap management with minimum host CPU usage. These products offer maximum flexibility supporting more video modes than any other graphics boards currently on the market. Layering is available through several methods including an 8+8 video mode and MOX (Multiple Overlay eXtension) modes. In addition, traditional video modes such as 8 bit, 24 bit and 8+24 are available and selection is easily achieved through software configuration.

Long-Term Customer Care

Just as important as the initial hardware investment is the promise and delivery of personalized attention in long-term, high quality, customer care. EIZO is unrivaled in after-sales support offering full customer care solutions in technical troubleshooting, general queries, software updates and service.

MOX (Multiple Overlay Extention) >>

Bus Interface 4000-LR: PCI / PCI-X
4000e-LR: PCI-Express x1
Compatible OS Sun Microsystems Solaris
Solaris x86
Linux Red Hat
Frame Buffer Memory 128MB
Output Terminal DVI-D x 1, DVI-I x 1
Maximum Power Consumption 25 W or less
Slot(s) 1
Chassis Standard
Dimensions (W x H) 4000-LR: 174.6 x 106.7 mm
4000e-LR: 167.7 x 111 mm


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Raptor Drivers for Linux Installation and Reference Manual (English) English 446 KB Download
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