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Eizo Monitors



MX300W

MX300W front view

DUE for Brightness Uniformity

The Digital Uniformity Equalizer (DUE) function provides optimum backlight luminance uniformity which is considered difficult to attain due to characteristics of LCD monitors, especially with larger screen sizes. DUE example

4 Megapixel Bezel-Less Widescreen

Displaying 4 megapixel information volume on one monitor improves your working efficiency and cost performance. No bezels in between requires less eye movement with less stress as compared with dual 2 MP monitors.

advantages
				                        of a 4mp bezel-less monitor

Brightness Stabilization

At startup or upon wakeup, the EIZO patented drift correction function quickly stabilizes the brightness level. In addition, a sensor measures backlight brightness and compensates for brightness fluctuations caused by the ambient temperature and the passage of time. This brightness stabilization function is EIZO patented technology (Japan patent numbers 3171808 and 3193315, US patent number 6188380).

More Comfortable Working Space with Widescreen

With a 16:10 aspect ratio, you can view patient charts and DICOM medical images with no overlap. The increased horizontal space this affords means you can also view whole intestinal images along with the navigation window.

Wide Viewing Angles

Wide Viewing angles with minimal color shift when viewed from the side.

Outstanding Contrast Ratio

Makes images on dark backgrounds appear more vivid, brings out the subtle differences in similar shades of color, and ensures that colors retain their richness even in brightly lit rooms.

Calibration Mode Selection

Selectable with the front panel buttons, the CAL Switch function allows for various calibration modes of different modalities such as CR, CT, and endoscope images. Furthermore, auto mode settings can be made with the Auto CAL Switch function.

Portrait Mode Support

90° pivot for portrait mode gives you versatility with images or applications requiring more vertical viewing space. Graphics board that supports portrait mode required.

Backlight Saver with Viewer Application

By setting the Backlight Saver function to operate with viewer application, the monitor's backlight is on while the viewer is being used and the backlight is off while the viewer is not being used.

Backlight Saver with Screen Saver

With ScreenManager Pro for Medical utility software installed, the Backlight Saver function turns off the monitor's backlight when the screen saver is activated, and turns it on again when the computer comes out of screen saver mode. This function helps to reduce power consumption when the monitor is used for a prolonged period of time.

RadiCS LE Quality Control Software Included

The bundled RadiCS LE quality control software comes with a Status Analyzer function which observes the monitor's status. When the self-diagnosis function detects a change in luminance, a warning icon appears on the desktop taskbar enabling prompt detection and correction. This reduces the time spent administering to the monitor.

Ergonomic Design

Narrow bezels require less eye movement in a multi-panel environment. The height and pivot adjustable stand offers added flexibility and viewing comfort.

Customer Assurance

Meets the strictest medical, safety and EMC emissions standards including TÜV/GM, UL60601-1, CE, CB, CSA C22.2 No.601-1, VCCI, and FCC.

Full 5-Year Warranty

EIZO and its authorized distributors offer a five-year limited warranty.

Clip-On Swing Sensor

Once attached to the top of the monitor, the Clip-On Swing Sensor G1 (sold separately) can remain in place and is ready for use. This saves the time and trouble of attaching and removing it when performing quality control tasks.

More Precise Calibration with UX1 Sensor

By using the UX1 sensor (sold separately) with the bundled RadiCS LE software, more precise calibration compliant with the DICOM Part 14 standard can be performed.

Centralized Management of All Monitors

RadiNET Pro (sold separately) enables centralized management of calibration tasks, history data of multiple RadiCS clients via a network, and remote QC functions.

Monitor Quality Control Standards Compliance

Quality control tool RadiCS UX1 (sold separately) enables you to perform basic quality checks necessary for clinical review monitors. In addition, high-performance calibration compliant with the DICOM Part 14 standard corrects the fluctuation in monitor quality.


Specifications

Model VariationsMX300W: without Panel Protector
MX300W-C: with Panel Protector
Cabinet ColorBlack
PanelTFT Color LCD Panel (VA)
Active Display Size (H x V)641.3 x 400.8 mm
Viewable Image SizeDiagonal: 756 mm
Native Resolution2560 x 1600
Pixel Pitch0.2505 x 0.2505 mm
Display Colors16.77 million from a palette of 1.06 billion colors
Viewing Angles (H, V)178°,178°
BrightnessMX300W: 300 cd/m2 (typical)
MX300W-C: 265 cd/m2 (typical)
Contrast Ratio:1000:1(typical)
On/Off Response12 ms (typical)
Midtone Response Time6 ms (typical)
Scanning Frequency (H,V)31 - 100 kHz, 25.5-61 Hz (VGA Text: 69-71 Hz)
Frame synchronous mode: 59 - 61 Hz
Dot ClockDigital: 269 MHz
Input SignalsDVI Standard 1.0
Input TerminalDVI-D 24pin x 2 (Dual Link supported by Signal 1 only)
USB Ports1 upstream, 2 downstream
USB StandardStandard Rev. 2.0
Power RequirementsAC 100 - 120 V, 200 - 240 V: 50 / 60 Hz
Power Consumption170 watts
Power Save ModeLess than 2 watts
SensorBacklight Sensor
Power ManagementDigital: DVI DMPM, Analog: VESA DPMS
OSD LanguagesEnglish, German, French, Italian, Japanese,
Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional
Chinese
Tilt / Swivel ° 40°Up, 0°Down 35° Right, 35°Left
Net WeightWith Stand: MX300W 15.7 kg / MX300W-C 16.4 kg
Without Stand: MX300W 11.2 kg / MX300W-C 11.9 kg
Hole SpacingVESA Standard 100 x 100mm
Certifications and TÜ;V/GM(EN60601-1), CE (Medical Device
StandardsDirective), CB (IEC60601-1),CTÜ;Vus(UL60601-1
CSA-C22.2 No.601-1), FCC-B, Canadian ICES-
003-B, c-Tick, FDA 510(k)², VCCI-B, EIZO Eco
Products 2006, RoHS
Supplied AccessoriesAC Power Cord, Dual Link signal cable (DVI-D ~
DVI-D), signal cable (DVI-D ~ DVI-D), USB cable,
EIZO LCD Utility Disk (user's manual, RadiCS LE,
ScreenManager Pro for Medical), ScreenCleaner
(MX300W-C only), warranty card
WarrantyFive Years
¹Average response time measured between each grayscale level of 31, 63, 95, 127, 159, 191, and 223
²Display of mammography images for diagnosis is not supported.
MX300W side view MX300W dimensions

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