Apple Monochrome Monitor IIe

Apple Monochrome monitor IIe
Introduced September 1986
Discontinued December 1992
Order Number A2M6017
Support Status Obsolete
Weight and Dimensions 18 lbs., 10.63” H x 14.56″ W x 12.50” D
System Requirements Apple II, Apple II Plus, or Apple IIe


Type CRT
Size 12-inch
Viewable Area 11.5-inch
Colors Green phosphor (EIA Type P31)
Viewing Angle —
Contrast Ratio —
Response Time —
Pixel Pitch 0.37 mm
Pixel Density —
Resolutions 560 x 192 pixels
Text Display Up to 80 columns by 25 lines


Connection RCA-style phono jack
Audio None
Camera None
Ports None

Maximum Continuous Power 45 W

In 1986 came the introduction of the AppleColor RGB Monitor, a 12″ analog RGB display designed specifically for the Apple IIGS computer. It supported a resolution of 640×400 interlaced (640×200 non-interlaced) and could be used by the Macintosh II, in a limited fashion, with the Apple High Resolution Display Video Card. Also introduced that year was the Apple Monochrome Monitor, which cosmetically was identical to the former model but was a black and white composite display suitable in external appearance for the Apple IIGS, Apple IIc or Apple IIc Plus.

Source: Klik Mac