EIZO at Medica 2016: Visual solutions for a range of areas in the hospital

Monday, 2016 October 10

At this year's MEDICA, EIZO is showcasing innovations and highlights from its portfolio for the operating room, control room and for radiology.

Please visit us at:

Hall 10 / Booth H41
Fair ground Düsseldorf
14. - 17. November 2016

Medica 2016 Stand

Expansion of system components for the EIZO video management solution

With new input modules for the 27“ OR monitor and a new DVI-Splitter, additional monitors can be connected, more flexible display options are available, and images can be transmitted by HDL of up to 70 m. The 3GS variant of the monitor can be integrated into hospital systems using 3G-SDI transmission.

In addition to conventional video signal transmission, EIZO is also presenting a solution for IP-based video management (Video over IP) for streaming in any location with simplified installation and maintenance.

New 49" monitor with FHD resolution

The large format 49" wall monitor is ideally suited for use in the operating room or for conference and training rooms. It comes with flexible connection options and can display different video signals simultaneously.

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New standard devices in the CuratOR Surgical Panel portfolio

The selection of existing standard models is expanded with new devices featuring additional monitor sizes, touchscreen models and a large screen with up to 4K 8MP resolution (CuratOR Surgical Panel SP1-554K). Surgical Panels from EIZO are based on the proven EIZO product range, enabling inspection, operation, and video management from a central workstation in the OR and adaptable to specific customer requirements.

Also on show at Medica

The RadiForce RX850 multi-modality monitor has 4K resolution for detailed video of radiological images from different imaging processes, and RadiCS EIZO software provides complete quality management, from calibrating monitors to acceptance and constancy testing.

EIZO control room solution: EIZO`s Large Monitor Manager gathers all video inputs, displays them on a single monitor in the control room, and enables you to operate all systems in the OR from a single workplace.