Sony's LMD-XH550MD medical monitor


55-inch 4K 2D surgical monitor.

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Revolution in surgical imaging

Sony’s LMD-XH550MD medical monitor is packed with innovative technologies for impressive 4K Ultra HD images with a resolution of 3840 x 2160 pixels (16:9 screen aspect ratio) and HDR compatibility with HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma) incorporation for stunningly lifelike images with a peak brightness of more than 1,500cd/m2 (panel specification) and a contrast ratio of 1,000,000:1. All these technologies provide medical professionals with a high level of visual details and accuracy in images.

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HDR Compatible

When receiving HLG (Hybrid Log-Gamma) signals from a compatible imaging system, the LMD-XH550MD can accurately reproduce HDR images with a wider range of brightness levels, greater contrast and rich colours.

SDR and HDR comparison images that show the difference in brightness levels and contrast

Local Dimming Technology

Sony’s unique Local Dimming Technology provides precise control over LED lighting sources for backlights in both light and dark areas. This technology allows for independent activation (ON) and deactivation (OFF) of LED lighting sources for each specific area, enabling to redistribute saved power from dark areas to boost the brightness of bright areas. The outcome is exceptional performance for HDR content, providing more natural images for an immersive viewing experience.

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Infographic shows Sony's monitors wide colour gamut

Wide, accurate colour reproduction

The display’s advanced LCD panel and signal processing technology support highly consistent, accurate reproduction of a wide colour gamut. This complies with ITU-R Recommendation BT.2020 that represents a significantly wider gamut than the BT.709 colour space, allowing superior colour reproduction and more realistic visualisation.

Anti-reflection panel structure

The monitor’s design minimises reflected glare in brightly lit ORs, including distracting reflections from surgical lights. The panel’s anti-reflection structure reduces light dispersion, ensuring high-contrast images under a wide range of illumination conditions and viewing angles.

Infographic shows how anti-reflection material reduces light dispersion

Advanced features for today’s clinical environments

Powerful imaging features of the LMD-XH550MD ensures optimal performance and usability in the OR and other demanding healthcare environments.

Two comparison surgical images with A.I.M.E. on and off. The image with A.I.M.E. on has better sharpness and contrast.

A.I.M.E.™ technology

Sony’s A.I.M.E. (Advanced Image Multiple-Enhancer) technology enhances the displayed images by adjusting the colour, contrast and visibility of shadow areas for an enhanced image analysis.

Clone output

The clone-output feature allows you to effortlessly see or record the same content that you are currently viewing when the second monitor or recorder is connected. Additionally, you have the flexibility to select the resolution of the clone-output, choosing between 4K or HD depending on your specific usage requirements.

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Infographic shows multiple display modes for Sony monitors

Multiple display modes

Alongside a choice of standard display modes – side-by-side, picture-in-picture (PIP) and picture-out-picture (POP) – V Full mode lets users change smaller POP images to be enlarged and displayed full screen. Either or both POP images can be enlarged by the user as required.

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Optimised design for simplified installation and ease of use

The LMD-XH550MD offers a smooth surface, streamlined back shape and small vents which are designed for easy hygiene, flexible installation and user-friendly operation in a wide range of demanding clinical environments.

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Easy hygiene

The LMD-XH550MD supports high standards of disinfection and cleanliness in the OR; You can easily wipe liquids and gels off.

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Extensive connections

Connections are provided to support a wide range of video signal inputs from clinical modalities including SDI (12G/3G), Display Port, HDMI and DVI.

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Intuitive navigation

LED backlighting only highlights active control buttons on front panel to guide the user easily and prevent mis operation, also in dark environments. Custom buttons can be assigned to commonly used functions.

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Hands-free control

Using an optional footswitch (FS-24 available separately) surgeons can easily operate frequently used menu functions such as A.I.M.E. on/off, port A/B, PIP/ POP, flip pattern.

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