19in Medical touchmonitor

13th February 2007
ES Admin
Elo TouchSystems is aiming its latest medical touchmonitor, the 1928L, at patient monitoring, critical care and digital radiography applications. The new touchmonitor is also a cost-effective solution for nurse stations, computer-aided therapy, electronic medical records, paperless charting and patient self check-in and registration applications. The 1928L medical touchmonitor can be ordered in both beige and grey colours, with Elo’s proven and popular IntelliTouch surface wave, AccuTouch five-wire resistive, and also as a non-touch enabled unit.
“The 1928L carries worldwide medical certifications and is available with AccuTouch five-wire resistive touchscreen technology, the most widely used technology for medical equipment applications, IntelliTouch surface wave technology for superior image quality, and also as a no touch version. Elo has a well established reputation as a single-source solution supplier to the medical and healthcare markets,” says Elo product manager Ignace Verhamme. “The new 1928L 19in medical desktop touchmonitor builds on Elo’s ability to respond to our global customers’ needs by offering thoughtfully designed best in class monitors.”

The innovative IPX1 certified enclosure design ensures that the entire touchmonitor sheds water and is safe from liquid drops and spills. As a result, this monitor can be safely placed in patient care areas, such as operating theatres, where contamination may occur. The touchscreen can be activated with a gloved hand – a critical capability for medical applications. The 1928L is a truly integrated solution for medical equipment OEMs and healthcare systems integrators seeking a reliable, durable and cost-effective medical grade touchmonitor.

To meet the sometimes competing goals of achieving optimal optical performance and value, Elo has built a fully-featured touchmonitor with the medical industry’s most popular touch technologies – IntelliTouch and AccuTouch. The product also contains a combination serial and USB touch controller, DVI, VGA and built-in speakers.

“We’ve simplified the regulatory approvals,” states Verhamme, “and improved the LCD specifications to provide a superior contrast ratio and LCD response time. We slimmed the overall dimensions and reduced the price point to make this a really cost-effective choice,” Verhamme adds. “Plus, Elo owns the tooling, so our customers’ long-term support is safe with us.”

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