Eizo has added two new models to its range of LCD monitors designed for surgical applications in endoscopy and operating microscope feeds. The two models are the CuratOR EX3220 and EX2620 – 31.5″ and 26″ and both have FullHD resolution.
The EX3220 has a maximum brightness of 650 cd/m² and a contrast ratio of 1400:1, and the EX2620 has a maximum brightness of 700 cd/m² and a contrast ratio of 1400:1. Both use IPS panels.
Eizo said that the monitors are designed with safety and hygiene in mind. They feature rounded corners to prevent injury when moved around the operating room, and they also feature a fully flat design which has protection against foreign material and splashes to a level of IP45 on the front and IP32 in entirety. Furthermore, they use a heat dissipating system which does not require a fan, meaning that the monitors are quiet and do not interfere with airflow in the operating room. Additionally there are no ventilation holes, meaning that cleaning and disinfection can be done safely and efficiently without damaging the monitors. They can also contain cables neatly in the supplied cable cover for safe and hygienic use.
There are inputs including BNC (3G-SDI) x 2, BNC (Composite) x 1, BNC (RGB C-Sync or Component) x 1 set, S-Video x 1, DVI-D x 2 (with HDCP), D-Sub 15 pin (mini) x 1. Outputs are BNC (3G-SDI) x 2, BNC (Composite) x 1, BNC (RGB C-Sync or Component) x 1 set, S-Video x 1, DVI-D x 1
The CuratOR EX3220 will begin shipping in January 2018. The CuratOR EX2620 will begin shipping in February 2018.