K Ultra HD resolution
High brightness anti-reflective OptiContrast Panel™
Wider colour gamut
HD/SD to 4K upscaling
3D A.I.M.E.™ (Advanced Image Multiple Enhancer)
Ergonomic easy-grip design
Smaller bezel, larger screen
User friendly control panel
Easy clean design
Choice of display formats
Installation friendly cabling
Compliance with medical standards
The LMD-X3200MD is designed to minimise reflected glare in brightly lit operating rooms, including distracting reflections from surgical lights. The display’s scratch resistant anti-reflection panel structure reduces light dispersion to ensure clear, high-contrast images under a wide range of illumination conditions and under various viewing angles.
Accurate colour reproduction and more realistic visualisation
The monitor’s advanced LCD panel and signal processing technology support highly consistent, accurate reproduction of a wide colour gamut. This complies with ITU-R Recommendation BT.2020 that represents a significantly wider gamut than the BT.709 colour space, allowing superior colour reproduction and more realistic visualisation.
Enhanced clarity with proprietary Advanced Image Multiple Enhancer™ technology
Sony’s proprietary A.I.M.E. (Advanced Image Multiple Enhancer) technology enhances the visibility of displayed images to assist surgical teams. Structure Enhancement mode improves recognition of the object’s outline, allowing structures to be seen more clearly with increased sharpness; while the Colour Enhancement mode feature allows tonal differences to be manipulated for greater visibility. Newly added Shadow Enhancement mode improves visibility of fine detail in dark image areas. Enhancement parameters can be adjusted directly via buttons on the monitor’s front panel.
Designed for ease of use and safety
The LMD-X3200MD is designed for ease of installation and reliable, user-friendly operation.
More flexible, user-friendly cabling
All cable connectors on the monitor’s redesigned rear face downwards for easier, more tidy cable hook-ups. Installation is simplified with three cable access points. A small cable cover is useful when the LMD-X3200MD is attached to a monitor arm. A medium-sized cable cover specifically for the 12G-SDI input/output connector is useful for providing a through-out connection to a second monitor without removing the large cover that protects all the other connectors.
Auto Input Select mode
When Auto Input Select Mode is enabled, if the main input signal is accidentally interrupted the monitor automatically switches to the second port to minimal interruption. If the main input signal recovers the monitor automatically switch back to the first port as it is the preferred source input.
4K image quality with intuitive operation and flexible installation
4K picture quality is enhanced further by HDR gamma support and a wide colour gamut for clearer viewing of fine details and subtle tonal differences. Thanks to Sony’s unique upscaling technology, HD/SD resolution signals are automatically upscaled to a 4K view with four times the pixel count of Full HD. HD system customers who invest in 4K displays today, can not only achieve improved image quality but also become ready for eventually upgrading to a 4K system.
Operation is simplified by the monitor's intuitive control panel and LED navigation. There's a wide range of input signal options including HDMI and Display Port, and a choice of picture modes for greater flexibility in today's surgical applications and integrated OR environments.
The compact and easy to clean ergonomic design of the LMD-X2700MD is ideal for integration in modern clinical environments, while installation is simplified with a choice of AC or DC powering options and neat cable management.
Bright, high quality 4K images
The LMD-X2700MD displays finely-detailed 4K Ultra HD images with a high brightness for superior visibility in the operating room.
HDR Gamma support with HLG
Compact and ergonomic with easy-clean design
Wide range of inputs
Auto Input Select
Range of display modes
Greater installation flexibility
Full HD resolution monitor complies with medical safety standards
The LMD-2110MD monitor features a 21.5-inch LCD panel of full HD (1920 x 1080) resolution and 10-bit signal processing. Complying with medical safety standards and EMC standards, the monitor provides a crisp, sharp high definition image.
The LMD-2110MD is equipped with an analogue video input and output terminals as standard. It also features an HDMI input, which accepts HD signals up to 1080/60P. In addition, the monitor can input HD/SD-SDI signals using an optional input adaptor.
Cost-effective feature-rich performance
Full HD-resolution LCD panel
Optional HD-SDI interface
Compliance with medical standards
3D high definition medical monitor with advanced Sony 3D technology
Surgeons can also view images from multiple monitors whilst wearing light, comfortable polarized glasses.
Practical features include a user memory function and chroma phase control, while ChromaTRU technology contributes to optimised image quality.
This equipment is intended for use by qualified medical professionals only.
LMD-2451MD Medical 24" LCD Monitor
The monitor has a host of user-friendly features such user-memory function, chroma phase control, multi-display function and ChromaTRU technology.
In recent years, Sony Professional has identified a growing need for large screen HD medical monitors. Endoscope systems now benefit from Full HD resolution to attain superior colour representation and higher picture quality.
Exceptional, high-definition 24-inch medical monitor with class-leading resolution.
Accepts almost any SD and HD video signal in both analogue and digital, allowing doctors to view images simultaneously from multiple sources.
Selectable Gamma Curves enables you to set up the picture quality you desire.
The mirror image can provide more convenience to the doctors when working one in front of each other and looking on two different monitors, meaning that the image will always show the same object moving direction.
Complies with the 100-mm VESA mounting standard so the monitor can be attached to a surgical mount arm for use in operating theatres.