Published On: Mon, Jan 2nd, 2017

EIZO launched 49-inch Wall Mount Monitor For Operating Room

EIZO introduces the CuratOR LX490W wall mount monitor for operating rooms. This widescreen monitor ideally suited for viewing medical images such as X-ray, CR, MRI, or endoscopy in the OR. With CuratOR, the company offers complete solutions for Interventional Radiology and integrated OR. CuratOR from EIZO is designed specifically for the medical field.



The monitor has an updated version of its predecessor; its older version has a 47 inch display while the CuratOR LX490W’s screen size has been increased from 47 to 49 inches to improve the overview of images across the larger viewing area.

The monitor has a 14-inch Full HD display with a resolution of 1920 × 1080 pixels. The monitor side bezels have been reduced by 56 percent to a mere 13.3mm. The anti-reflective laminated safety glass ensures excellent image quality while protecting the monitor from scratch damage or liquid ingress during surgery or when cleaning and disinfecting the monitor. With a contrast ration of 1300:1 and 178 degree wide viewing angles, healthcare professionals can rely on the screen’s clarity from any perspective.

The monitor is also 22 percent lighter than its predecessor, while the fan less, waterproof design and easy to clean protective front screen makes the monitor well suited to the frequent cleaning requirements of OR environment.

The monitor is equipped with an LED backlight that has been optimized for bright environment. LED technology offers long life time expectancy even at high luminance settings.

The monitor can be connected to imaging systems via the various video inputs, such as DVI, HDMI, HD-SDI, Composite, S-video and VGA. The monitor can be simultaneously connected to both digital and traditional video signals (PAL, NTSC, and HD).

The LX490W offers a user-definable LUT for easy, on-site adoption to specialized viewing needs. The monitor can also be configured to view multiple source images simultaneously using picture-in-picture (PiP), picture-a-picture (PaP) or picture-over-picture (PoP) functionally.