20 Inch Modalixx GC8MDL Modality Display

20 Inch Modalixx GC8MDL Modality Display

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Quick Overview

20 Inch Modalixx GC8MDL Modality Display Replacement Solution

  • 20.1 inch LCD Color Modality Display
  • 1600 X 1200 UXGA resolution
  • 1400 : 1 Contrast Ratio
  • AutoSync color modality
  • Digital progressive video
  • Mounting Solutions

Details

Introducing the Modalixx GC8MDL 20.1 inch LCD Color Modality Display. Replacing grayscale and color legacy modalities such as Medical CRT monitors to LCD displays has never been easier! Covering Cath Lab, MRI, CT, RF rooms, C-Arms, and portable X-ray applications, Modalixx allows professionals to
upscale videos to HD, high luminance 2MP resolution. This displays series is compatible with a variety of
manufacturers including: GE, Siemens, Toshiba, Shimadzu, Philips, and other modalities.

Specifications

Additional Information

Screen Technology/Type TFT LCD, Color, LED Lit
Screen Size (diagonal) 20.1 Inch
Display Resolution UXGA 1600 x 1200
Pixel Pitch 0.255
Viewing Angle (H, V) 170°/170°
Maximum Luminance 330 cd/m² optimum
Calibrated Luminance 250 cd/m²
Contrast Ratio 1400:1
Response Time 30 ms (white-black)
Video Input Connectors 15-Pin D-Sub, 1-5 BNC (Accepts All Configurations), DVI-D
Power Input Requirements 100 – 240V, (50/60Hz )
Power Consumption <40W (On)
Power Save Mode <4W (Stand-by, ) <2W (Off)
Dimensions with Stand (W x H x D) 488.9 x 400 x 184.1mm, 19.25 x 15 3/4 x 7.25 in (W x H x D)
Dimensions without Stand (W x H x D) 488.9 x 400 x 69.8 mm, 19.25 x 15 3/4 x 2.75 in (W x H x D)
Net Weight with Stand 10.8kg (23.8lbs)
Net Weight without Stand 10.3kg (22.8lbs)
Mounting Options Vesa 100 x 100
Certifications CE, EN 60601-1-1, EN 60601-1-2, 50581, IEC 60601-1-6, ISO 14971, ISO 13485, ISO 9001
Supplied Accessories USA Power Cord or EUR Power Cord, VGA Signal Cable, Composite Video Cable, User’s Manual CD, Quick Sheet, 6” Power Cable Extender (only included for Siemens Modalities)
Warranty 1 Year
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Product Spec Sheet spec sheet
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