This monitor, the ET7V76TRMD, is a 17″ LCD monitor with a touch screen interface and a high contrast ratio (500:1). It is the ideal monitor for viewing x-ray (grayscale) images chair side with the patient. The display is 1280×1024 and the pixel pitch is 0.264 mm which will give very high spatial resolution – like that necessary to see small objects close together. There are also standard (non-touch) monitors available in 17″ and 19″ sizes.
The monitor has a USB connection, but the company will configure it with a serial port if you want. We did that at the dental school on Arizona (Arizona School of Dentistry & Oral Health) because of the long travel of the cord from the pole mounted monitor to the CPU at the rear of the operatory chair.
The students and faculty love the touch screen capability and the attending faculty from the surrounding community regularly comment on how great the images look. This monitor has an option for TV input so you can entertain your patients.
It is THE ONLY monitor that has been configured for 12V operation in the dental operatory. This is a SAFER electrical setting and one that is required in hospital OR settings.
EXORVISION is one of the few companies to receive their UL certification as a “medical grade” instrument from the U.S. government. The monitor is sold through distributors in the United States and Canada. But you can get more information by clicking on the various links from my site.
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