Technology | February 05, 2015

Ampronix Announces Availability of New Modalixx G202MDL

Product features LED backlit medical modality LCD display

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Image courtesy of Ampronix

February 5, 2015 — Ampronix announced the availability of the newest addition to the Modalixx line of medical modality monitors, the G202MDL.

Modalixx LCD displays were the world’s first universal solution for the replacement of medical modality CRT monitors. Fully compatible with the industry’s top manufacturers like GE, Siemens, Philips, Toshiba and more Modalixx offers the feature of enhancing analog signals to vivid 2MP image quality on a 20.1” display. To further its flexibility, Modalixx is compatible with a wide variety of mounting solutions to integrate into any system.

Modalixx G202MDL takes Modalixx features and enhances it by offering a clearer, brighter LED lit image. Modalixx G202MDL provides high 1200 cd/m2 brightness, 1500:1 contrast ratio and a wide viewing angle. Along with a user-friendly OSD and low power consumption, Modalixx G202MDL is the ideal solution for Cath Lab, MRI, CT, CR, PET Scanners, RF rooms, C-Arm and portable X-Ray applications. The G202MDL comes with a complete set of inputs of 1 to 5 BNCs and DVI-D connectors for a broad range of connectivity.

Features include:

  • 20.1” LED lit grayscale display
  • Changes analog signals to HD
  • Accepts any signal from 525 to 1600 lines
  • Wide viewing angle
  • High 1200 cd/m2 optimum
  • 1500:1 contrast ratio
  • Low power consumption
  • AC 100 / 240 V (50/60Hz)
  • Durable aluminum and magnesium alloy housing

 

For more information: www.ampronix.com

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