The MFCD-1219, Barco’s 19-inch color flat panel display with a resolution of 1280 x 1024, has been designed for medical viewing applications. Its high brightness and excellent viewing angle guarantee optimum efficiency, according to the company. User controls are available through On-Screen Display. The MFCD-1219 can be combined with analog and digital (DVI connector) display controllers. A special kit for wall- or ceiling-mounting (VESA 75 mm standard) is also included. Barco's MFCD-1219 is also available in a special touch screen version, providing a more direct interface and improved functionality for PACS, RIS or patient monitoring applications.
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