These performance-focused medical monitors feature Sony’s advanced OptiContrast™ Panel technology for brilliant, high-contrast images with minimal reflection. A.I.M.E.™ image enhancement emphasises subtle colour differences and outline structures.
27 inch (69 cm) Full HD LCD monitor with OptiContrast™ Panel. Analogue and digital interfaces simplify connection with a wide range of HD and SD imaging sources.
27 inch (69 cm) Full HD LCD monitor with OptiContrast™ Panel and digital inputs.
Sony’s unique Advanced Image Multiple Enhancer (A.I.M.E.™) technology accentuates subtle colour differences, and highlights the outline structure of images captured from endoscopes and operating microscopes.
Each monitor’s guided user interface assists positive, error-free fingertip operation. Intuitive backlit controls reduce the risk of making inadvertent commands, even in dark environments.
Generous image size of the tough, wipe-clean panel is accentuated by the display’s thin bezel area. The front of the anti-reflective panel is rated to IPX5 standards for splash resistance.
See things exactly the way you want, with a choice of display formats including Image Rotation, Side-by-Side, Picture-in-Picture (PIP) and Picture-out-Picture (POP). There’s also a handy image flip function for convenient viewing by other OR staff during surgery.
Surgeons and OR staff can view highly detailed images from flexible endoscopic camera systems or rigid endoscopes during arthroscopic or laparoscopic surgery. High quality image reproduction is assisted by the monitor’s high contrast, fast response time and wide colour range.
Accurate viewing of magnified images from a surgical microscope demands a high resolution monitor that enables precise interpretation of fine details. The monitor allows secondary viewing by other OR staff while the surgeon operates using the surgical microscope.
The monitor can display video images captured during surgical procedures involving the brain, spinal cord and peripheral nervous system. The monitor’s high resolution supports detailed viewing of highly magnified images that are often required during neurosurgery.