Technology | Flat Panel Displays | May 17, 2019

Tru-Vu Monitors Releases New Medical-Grade Touch Screen Display

New 21.5-inch touch screen display ideal for OR and medical carts

Tru-Vu Monitors Releases New Medical-Grade Touch Screen Display

May 17, 2019 — Tru-Vu Monitors released the new MMZBTP-21.5G-X 21.5” medical-grade touch screen monitor. It is certified to both UL 60601-1 Version 3.1, and IEC 60601-1 4th Edition.

This new model features:

  • 1,920 x 1,080 full HD resolution;
  • DVI, HDMI and Display Port video inputs;
  • External medical-grade power supply with Green Dot power cord;
  • Built-in speakers; and
  • Super wide 178 x 178-degree viewing angles.

The Projected Capacitive (P-Cap) touch screen provides multi-touch capability (up to 10 simultaneous touch points) and is highly resistant to false-triggering. It can be activated via bare fingers or with surgical gloves.

The enclosure is a white ABS with rear VESA mount holes. The Zero-Bezel, all-glass front (with no side bezels) eliminates germ build-up and simplifies cleaning.

The MMZBTP-21.5G-X is ideal for use throughout hospitals in the operating room (OR), on medical carts, or to control functions on medical diagnostics systems or machines. It features a sturdy design, and is backed by a full three-year warranty.

For more information: www.tru-vumonitors.com

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