Panasonic announced the new EJ-MDA32U-K medical-grade monitor that is fully compliant with medical equipment standards. The 32-inch display can deliver high quality 2D and 3D images, and features the Xpol circular polarizing system that combined with Panasonic’s passive circular polarizing glasses to maintain the stereoscopic effect even when the head is tilted to the left or right.
Another main feature of the EJ-MDA32U-K is the ability to display up to three images from three separate sources simultaneously, allowing live viewing of the surgical procedure, radiological images and vital signs on a single display. It has two HD-SDI, two DVI and an analog inputs. Panasonic’s medical-grade display uses IPS-Pro panel for vibrant color and a 178/178-degree wide viewing angle. It features 1920×1080 resolution, 1200:1 contrast ratio, 340cd/m2 brightness, and 8bit (16.77 Million) colors. The first 3D-capable model is the EJ series, the 32-inch monitor supports SIMUL (Dual input), Line-by-Line, Side-by-Side and Top & Bottom 3D formats. It comes with three pairs of 3D polarized eyewear.
Panasonic’s EJ-MDA32U-K is fully compliant with medical equipment standards, including FDA Class 1 and UL60601-1 certification, and is additionally IPX1Protection rated with an antimicrobial surface making it easy to clean and sanitize. It is priced at $14,500.