FS - Dell UltraSharp 1800FP

Discussion in 'Marketplace Archive 2' started by Fiveos22, Jul 13, 2006.

  1. macrumors 65816


    Nov 20, 2003
    Again, before I post this on eBay (hopefully in lieu of posting this on eBay) I'm offering this to the MacRumors group first. This is my flat panel display that I have used for the past two and a half years. It is a black 18" Dell UltraSharp 1800FP flat panel TFT LCD display. The monitor is in great condition, no scratches on the casing and used in a non-smoking environment for all of its life. It just needs a thorough dusting. I have used it through digital signal the whole time I've owned it, however all the cables (power, analog connection, digital connection) will be included. The monitor still works very well and I considered keeping it as a second screen for my laptop, however, I decided I want to have a nice simple setup (not so many cables all over the place) and thus I am offering it up for sale.

    I have not noticed any dead pixels in the time I have had it. It is very responsive and looked great for the photoshop work I did.

    I am asking $150, buyer pays shipping.
  2. thread starter macrumors 65816


    Nov 20, 2003

    General Manufacturer Specifications

    Model number: 1800FP Flat Panel

    Screen type: Active matrix - TFT LCD
    Screen dimensions: Diagonal 18.1 inches (459.7 mm) Horizontal 14.14 inches (359.04 mm) Vertical 11.31 inches (287.23 mm)
    Pixel pitch: 0.2805 mm
    Viewing angle: +/- 80 (vertical) typical, +/- 80 (horizontal) typical
    Luminance output: 250 CD/m2 typical, 200 CD/m2 minimum
    Contrast ratio: 350 to 1 typical, 200 to 1 minimum
    LCD surface coating: Hardness 3H, antiglare treatment
    Backlight: 6 CCFL type


    Horizontal scan range: Analog: 31 - 80 kHz (automatic)
    Digital: 31 70kHz (automatic)
    Vertical scan range: 55 Hz to 85 Hz (automatic) - Early Production
    55 Hz to 75Hz (automatic) - Later Production
    Optimal preset resolution: 1280 x 1024 at 60 Hz
    Highest preset resolution: 1280 x 1024 at 75 Hz

    Video input signals: Analog RGB, 0.7 Volts +/-5%, 75 ohm input impedance
    Digital DVI-D TMDS, 600mV for each differential line, 50 ohm input impedance
    AC input voltage / frequency / current: AC 100-240V 50/60 Hz
    1.0 (RMS) max
    Inrush current at 120 V: 30 A max
    Inrush current at 220 V: 50 A max

    Physical Characteristics

    Connector type: 15-pin D-subminiature; DVI-D
    Dimensions(with stand) :

    Height: 16.97inches (431mm )
    Width: 15.98inches (406mm )
    Depth: 8.78inches (223mm )
    Weight (display only): 17.19 lb (7.8 kg )


    Operating Temperature: 41 to 95F (5 to 35 C )
    Nonoperating Temperature: -4 to 140F (-20 to 60C )
    Operating Humidity: 10% to 80% (noncondensing)
    Nonoperating Humidity: 5% to 95% (noncondensing)
    Thermal dissipation: 213 BTU/hour (maximum)
    205 BTU/hour (typical)

    Plug and Play Capability

    You can install the display in any Plug and Play-compatible system. The display automatically provides the computer system with its Extended Display Identification Data (EDID) using Display Data Channel (DDC) protocols so the system can configure itself and optimize the display settings. If desired, the user can select different settings.
  3. macrumors 68000


    Mar 30, 2005
  4. thread starter macrumors 65816


    Nov 20, 2003
    Crap, all I have for pictures (its at my other apartment right now) are these kinda blurry ones. The plaque on the top that says "Italian" is one of those labels that I picked up from a salad bar (Italian Dressing) and it is affixed to the bezel with scotch tape. It will be removed prior to selling.
  5. macrumors regular

    May 19, 2005
    Is there any warranty left on it or was it only a one year warranty?
  6. thread starter macrumors 65816


    Nov 20, 2003
    It is out of warranty (1 year of warranty, 2 and a half years ago...monitor purchased late 2003).
  7. macrumors 6502a

    Maxwell Smart

    Jan 29, 2006
    I have one of these an It's an incredible monitor. You can switch between the DVI and the VGA and run 2 computers on the same monitor. Really cool stuff.
  8. macrumors regular

    May 19, 2005
    So is the monitor 3 1/2 or 2 1/2 years old? I am confused.
  9. thread starter macrumors 65816


    Nov 20, 2003
  10. thread starter macrumors 65816


    Nov 20, 2003

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