Sony Introduces Full HD Medical Grade Surgical Monitor

 

September 7, 2007

Sony Electronics recently introduced its LMD-2450MD 24-inch monitor, which offers 10-bit signal processing and Sony ChromaTRU color balance technology for ultra high performance.

The LMD-2450MD displays a 1920 by 1080P full HD signal, enabling the purest reproduction of images captured by today’s HD surgical cameras.

It was designed to be mounted on surgical carts, boom arms or for desktop operation with the optional SU-560 stand. With built-in HD-SDI, DVI-D, HD15, RGB, Y/C, composite and SD video inputs and one expansion slot for additional interface options, the LMD-2450MD can be integrated into almost any system environment and is compatible with nearly all surgical camera systems.

Located on the front bezel of the panel, common picture controls are backlit when touch activated. The LMD-2450MD offers new functions such as an Ethernet remote (or Serial RS232C) and multi-format picture display including picture-in-picture and side-by-side.

According to Sony, the LMD-2450MD features outstanding HD image quality, detail and clarity, with advanced color space conversion and white balance calibration technology for vivid and accurate colors. The new monitor has a 16:10 widescreen aspect ratio, a larger field of view for better visibility of surgical area and full screen display of HD signal.