MMD launches a brand-new line-up of Philips Clinical Review LCD Displays with exceptional viewing accuracy for confident diagnosis, plus antimicrobial technology to inhibit pathogen exposure
Prevention is a top priority
Exposure to pathogens is a serious concern in clinical environments, and equipment that can control this exposure has a vital role to play. All the Philips Clinical Review Displays in the newline-up feature unique antimicrobial protective shield technology that inhibits the growth of bacteria and other microorganisms to halt the spread of infection. A (Japanese Industrial Standard) JIS Z2801-compliant additive is incorporated directly into the housing material, creating a protective shield that inhibits the growth of common microorganisms. The displays also can easily be wiped down with standard cleaning products without impairing the performance of the coating vital for clinical environments where cleaning is frequent so needs to be as efficient as possible.
Superb image rendering for excellent diagnostic support
With three Philips Clinical Review Displays in the new range, featuring ultra-sharp, high-quality panels for superb color reproduction and the best-possible viewing angles, MMD is launching solutions to cover a variety of clinical imaging needs. All the displays are internationally certified for use in a variety of clinical environments.
The 24-inchIPS display (the C240P4QPYEW) and 27-inch AMVA display (the C271P4QPJEW) both work with Clinical-D image technology, delivering the accuracy which clinical professionals need to make a confident diagnosis when their patients' wellbeing is on the line. Compliant with
The innovative line-up also includes a 21.5-inch USB powered monitor. Ideal for use in mobile clinical environments where AC power may not be conveniently accessible, the C221S3UCW USB display can simply be connected to a PC or notebook and power through a single USB cable.
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