Surgical display FS-P2603D
endoscopyfull HD26"

surgical display
surgical display
surgical display
surgical display
surgical display
surgical display
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surgical, endoscopy
full HD
Display size
Aspect ratio
VGA, DVI, S-Video, 3G-SDI
Brightness (cd/m²)

450 cd

Response time

10 ms

Power consumption

70 W

Viewing angle

178 °


8.6 kg (19 lb)


668 mm (26.3 in)


421 mm (16.6 in)


88.8 mm (3.5 in)


The superb picture quality and wide viewing angles found in FS-P2603D offer the optimal visualization requirements demanded in today’s OR. Medical professionals can view crystal clear images from a variety of locations in the room. Ultimate Compatibility FS-P2603D accepts a large selection of video signal types, analog or digital. It also features rapid signal detection of imaging sources found in the OR. This means that FS-P2603D is compatible with nearly every surgical video integration application, old or new. It offers seamless deployment in surgical suites where many different video signals are present. Attention to Detail FS-P2603D has the latest advanced features built in, including precise image controls and on-board DC out power for smaller component needs. Images can be zoomed, panned left or right, or freeze-frame. Two separate video signals can be shown as picture-in-picture or side-by-side. FS-P2603D is constructed to medical-grade standards, and is ready out of the box for near-patient use in the sterile field. It can be easily mounted on spring arms, surgical booms, or mobile carts. Features Compatible with new or existing surgical integration applications Full-featured image control, precise surgical site visualization Allows mounting on spring arms and surgical booms Medical-grade construction, surgical environment ready Certified for near-patient use in the sterile field
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