AG Neovo’s displays used in healthcare organizations provide highly consistent image clarity; this ensures that the clinical data and images are precise with highly reliable resolution, essentially facilitating the speedy and accurate medical analysis, Also, these clinical displays come with reliable design with the anti-acid and anti-alkali coating design, protecting the surface of the display from scratches and damages. Also, the multiple connectivity ports help easily integrate with the existing medical system device; medical professionals find it simple to perform different tasks simultaneously. For safety concerns, these clinical displays are all EN/IEC 60601-1-certified and fit the regulation requirements, providing a safe and reliable solution for the healthcare industry.
The NeoV™ Optical Hard Glass comes with the anti-acid and anti-alkali coating treatment, helping withstand the alcohol and other commonly used cleaning liquids. Also, the metal casing design helps protect the clinical displays from damages even when installed in harsh environments.
Users can choose some of these clinical displays that are compliant with medical standard grayscale with the DICOM Part 14 standard, and use PIP/PBP for multi-screen use in one screen, or to choose the multi-touch monitors to interact with medial images and support the communications among patients and healthcare providers. The white casing and ergonomically-designed stand provide the high adjustability for installing the clinical displays in various medical scenarios: desk stand, tilt, pivot, wall mounting, ceiling mounting, any necessary installation methods are all available. Besides, the optional handle is particularly designed for the dental chair monitors with high flexibility and mobility.
Certified with the EN/IEC60601-1 regulation, some of these clinical displays come with a medical-grade power adaptor with DC 24V, ensuring a safe and reliable power connection with specific medical devices. This is an important consideration for creating a safe and dependable environment for a medical operation.