LDM Vol 25 No 34 Roundup

Eizo Corp announced that the GX560 high brightness monitor has received FDA 510(k) Clearance for breast tomosynthesis and digital mammography. (Eizo 5 Megapixel Monitor uses LTPS). The monitor will be shown at the RSNA event at the end of November in Chicago.

The Eizo GX560 is available as a single or dual monitor.

iBase Technology of Taiwan has introduced a new UltraHD digital signage player with four HDMI 2.0 outputs and based on new AMD Radeon Vega graphics and an AMD Ryzen Embedded V1000 CPU. As well as supporting all of these outputs at UltraHD resolution, the system can support two 4KP60 video streams or four FullHD video streams at 60 fps. There is a video available showing the features of the unit. The displays can be arranged in a wide variety of configurations for video wall applications. Memory support is up to 32GB and the unit can be fitted with a SIM and supports Wi-Fi, Bluetooth and 4G LTE depending on the options chosen.


Kordz of Australia has a new 4K60 18Gbps HDMI extender based on HDBaseT. The PLX-HDB.3 can extend 1080p and 4K HDMI signals over Cat6/Cat6a cable up to 70m (1080p) /40m (4K 18Gbps), power (PoC), and enable IR and RS232 pass-through to control source or display a device remotely. Outputs include HDMI 2.0 with HDCP 2.2 and the unit is fanless.

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