The CLINIO D is the perfect pendant-mounted monitor: robust, low-maintenance and made with industrial components that are ideal for constant use. Almost all input signals can be displayed. Thanks to its stable housing, the CLINIO is the best choice for complex operating theater scenarios with a large number of arm-mounted devices.
• Endoscopic and surgical imaging
• Imaging in the operating theater
• Nurses' station
• Patient monitoring
• Displaying x-rays
• Sterile environment
CLINIO monitors are available in various resolutions (FullHD, WUXGA) and sizes (24", 27" and 32"). The 27" and 32" displays are available in 4K UHD.
The IP54-protected housing is powder-coated with POLYFLEX® STERIDUR || germicidal varnish and completely closed, making it hygienic and easy to disinfect. It has no vents, which means that there is no air exchange with the environment.More about IP ratings
The CLINIO D is a class 1 medical device. This guarantees that the display is safe for use in the patient's vicinity.
The aesthetically designed yet robust aluminum housing is ideally suited for use in a medical environment. The hygiene cover and various cable seals prevent dust, dirt and fluids from penetrating the housing.
An optional PCAP multi-touch screen is also available. This allows any connected computer to be operated conveniently through the monitor and recognizes touch gestures with up to 10 fingers.
The computer is operated solely with the COMMAND BAR, a toolbar that also functions when the user is wearing surgical gloves. The COMMAND BAR can also be used to reset the computer, put it in standby mode, or switch between different types of input signal.
The CLINIO has DICOM Part 14 calibration (grayscale correction), which means it can be used for diagnostic purposes.More about DICOM Preset
Only robust industrial components with long-term availability are used for CLINIO displays. These are also used in the hi-tech sectors of the automotive and aerospace industries.
CLINIO displays all have ALS (automatic luminance stabilization). ALS compensates for fluctuations in background lighting.
Displays often reproduce images incorrectly. CLINIO displays offer factory-calibrated presets for various color spaces (BT.709, BT.1886 and BT.2020(emulated)) in order to prevent color deviation.
RS232, DisplayPort and DVI connections enable the CLINIO to communicate with all components of the medical IT world. Almost all signal types can be displayed, from VGA and CVBS to DisplayPort and HDMI. Device safety is enhanced by supplementary power equalization.More about potential equalization
Remote control via GPIO facilitates the use of a wide range of applications. The user can switch between inputs, retrieve presets and change the display's brightness and contrast settings by means of a foot switch.