EIZO’s RadiForce LS580W is a large 58-inch monitor ideal for operating rooms where multiple medical images need to be displayed simultaneously. The monitor can display 8 megapixels of high-resolution data in the level of detail essential for the OR.
Streamline Your Installation
The thinner bezels allow for a larger screen size compared with the monitor’s predecessor, the RadiForce LS560W, while keeping the size of the monitor consistent. This allows convenient installation using the same ceiling suspensions as the previous model.
See Everything in a Glance
Compared with multi-monitor environments, the RadiForce LS580W exhibits no regional color differences or obtrusive bezels between images on the screen, allowing users to view important information consistently and conveniently on a single screen.
Comfortably View from Any Angle
Wide viewing angles allow you to view the screen from the side with minimal color shift, also permitting more than one person to view the monitor comfortably at the same time.
To ensure the most accurate and consistent shadings possible, EIZO carefully measures and sets every grayscale tone on the production line to offer monitors fully compliant with DICOM Part 14.
Maintain the Precision
Monitor calibration can be carried out to maintain DICOM Part 14 compliance for rendering consistency over time.
Keep Your Monitor Lit Longer
The monitor is equipped with two independent LED backlights that offer a significantly longer service life over conventional CCFL backlights. In addition, you can maintain high brightness while simultaneously lowering power consumption. Since the LED backlights are mercury-free, they will also reduce any potential impact on the environment when they are disposed of.
View Accurate Images in Moments
EIZO’s fully automated stability function makes use of an internal backlight sensor to quickly stabilize the brightness level at startup and to compensate for fluctuations caused by variations in ambient temperature and the passage of time.
Ensure Continued Operation
Redundant power supplies and backlights as well as two DVI inputs give the monitor a high degree of operational reliability for creating a fail-safe environment. A monitoring function can be configured to notify the X-ray system in the event operating conditions become critical or a component fails.
Attain Steady Images Across the Screen
The Digital Uniformity Equalizer (DUE) function provides optimum backlight luminance uniformity which is considered difficult to attain due to the characteristics of LCD monitors, especially with larger screen sizes.
With images displayed on the screen in real time, time critical aspects of image distribution are addressed to ensure safety during procedures such as catheter localization.
The monitor supports VESA mounting for conveniently installing in operating rooms.
Rest Assured with Medical Qualifications
The monitor meets the strictest medical, safety, and EMC emission standards.