Army approves Codar displays for CHS

U.S. Army experts have approved the 16-inch FPR16MS multi-sync liquid crystal display flat panel monitor from Codar technology Inc. of Longmont, Colo., for the Army Common Hardware Software program known as CHS-2. This enables the Army user community to buy Codar displays through the CHS-2 contract vehicle, managed through GTE Government Systems in Needham Heights, Mass. Codar Technology is a subsidiary of NAI Technologies Inc. of Longmont, Colo. The Codar FPR16MS joins the Codar CMD-19 cathode

Oct 1st, 1997

U.S. Army experts have approved the 16-inch FPR16MS multi-sync liquid crystal display flat panel monitor from Codar technology Inc. of Longmont, Colo., for the Army Common Hardware Software program known as CHS-2. This enables the Army user community to buy Codar displays through the CHS-2 contract vehicle, managed through GTE Government Systems in Needham Heights, Mass. Codar Technology is a subsidiary of NAI Technologies Inc. of Longmont, Colo. The Codar FPR16MS joins the Codar CMD-19 cathode ray tube and FPR20MS LCD on the CHS-2 program. For more information, phone Codar`s M. Koelemay at 303-776-0472. - J.K.

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