Eizo EX5841 CuratOR Widescreen LCD Monitor
Manufacturer: Eizo
SKU: EX5841
Condition: New
Eizo EX5841 CuratOR Widescreen LCD Monitor
Product Type LCD Monitor
Brand Name Eizo
Manufacturer Eizo Nanao Tech
Product Model EX5841
Product Name CuratOR EX5841 Widescreen LCD Monitor
Product Line CuratOR
Manufacturer Part Number EX5841
Manufacturer Website Address http://www.eizo.com
Number of Screens 1
Backlight Technology LED
Screen Mode 4K UHD
Viewable Screen Size 57.5"
Aspect Ratio 16:9
Pixel Pitch 13 mil
Response Time 9.50 ms
Environmentally Friendly Yes
Environmental Certification RoHS China RoHS WEEE
Network (RJ-45) Yes
Number of USB Ports 2
DisplayPort Yes
Number of USB 2.0 Downstream Ports 2
VESA Mount Compatible Yes
Color White
Weight (Approximate) 99.21 lb
Operating Power Consumption 200 W
Off-Mode Power Consumption 0 mW
Native Contrast Ratio 1,000:1
Color Gamut 88% NTSC
Brightness 300 Nit - Typical
Color Supported 1.07 Billion Colors
Maximum Resolution 3840 x 2160
CuratOR EX5841 58-inch widescreen surgical monitor with 4K UHD display that faithfully reproduces surgical images. 58-inch LCD monitor with 4K UHD (3840 x 2160 pixels) resolution Picture reproduction without delay and flicker DisplayPort 1.2 for easy connection 12G-SDI (BNC) for long-distance connectivity High IP rating ideal for maintaining a sterilized operating room environment 4K UHD Surgical Display This monitor uses an LCD panel with an energy-efficient LED backlight, a brightness of 300 cd/m² and a contrast ratio of 1000:1. It displays in 4K UHD resolution (3840 x 2160 pixels), and faithfully reproduces surgical images in high definition for endoscopy and microsurgery. Article: Three Reasons to Use 4K Endoscopy and Surgical Monitors Delay-Free Display of Images In single source mode, 4K images, as well as full HD images shot by conventional endoscopy and surgical cameras can be displayed in high definition without any delay, making full use of the monitor's 4K UHD resolution. Flawless Picture Reproduction The use of state-of-the-art LCD technology allows distortion-free image geometry. The applied TFT panel enables a very large viewing angle and high brightness. The EX5841 provides a flickerfree picture, even at low refresh rates, thereby adhering to the strictest ergonomic requirements. Protective Screen Against Damages The monitor is covered with a protective screen which helps protect the LCD screen from shock, scratches and dirt. This fully protects the front against foreign material and splashes with a protection rating of IP45; the entire device has IP32 protection. Viewing Multiple Signals on One Screen In dual source mode, two separate signal sources can be viewed simultaneously on one monitor screen side-by-side using the PaP (Picture-and-Picture) function. With the PiP (Picture-in-Picture) function a second signal can be displayed above the main signal. The size and position of the display window is adjustable when using PiP. In triple source mode, three signal sources can be displayed on the monitor screen, representing a third signal above two signals displayed side-by-side. This is useful when several images need to be viewed at once such as multiple modalities. Various Input/Output Signal Support The monitor supports various video input and output signals for connecting to different types of modality equipment. Furthermore, a communication interface allows image switching by external surgical equipment. 4K UHD Connection with Only One Cable With 12G-SDI (BNC), DisplayPort 1.2, and HDMI, 4K UHD signals can be displayed at up to 60 frames per second with a single cable. Furthermore, all cables can be locked onto the monitor for consistent connection. With the 12G-SDI (BNC) terminal, stable transmission is possible even over long distances of up to 30 m. Preset Functions for Easy Switching Various setting such as the input terminal selection, brightness, grayscale tones, color gamut, etc., can be stored in the monitor as preset functions. These settings can be named according to operators' preferences through easy operation of the preset button. Adjust Screens Individually If multipe signal sources are simultaneously displayed on the monitor, each image's display mode (e.g. Gamma or DICOM) can be adjusted without affecting the presentation of the other image. This is perfect for multi-modality use, when endoscope, CT or MRI images are accurately displayed on the monitor.