Excellent image quality for the finest details

Thanks to the high 2 Megapixels (color) resolution, a strong contrast ratio of 1.000:1 and stable brightness of up to 260 cd/m2, the monitor offers excellent image quality. Even the differences between the finest details are shown – regardless of your viewing angle. This is a great advantage if multiple physicians are looking at the screen.


Touchpen
Fine, precise stylus input

The MS236WT contains reliable capacitive touch technology (PCAP) and detects movements with very high precision. In addition to the supplied passive input stylus, the monitor can also be used with standard active touchscreen styluses. Hence you can easily capture even small writing and character input via the screen. 


Multi-touch
Ergonomic writing posture on a robust interface

The monitor can detect up to ten simultaneous touches, which means that multiple individuals can operate the monitor at the same time. Furthermore, the touchscreen is equipped with hand ball recognition. While writing, users can place their hands or arms on the monitor without accidentally triggering an input.

With a hardness of 5H, the glass surface is insensitive to scratches and guarantees to recognize up to 50 million touches.  


One billion color tones thanks to 10 bit LUT

An internal 10 bit LUT controls color rendering. The color gradations are considerably more exact and finer than the standard 8 bit LUTs, making clinical review easier. 

Photograph: Precise color rendering without 10 bit LUT
Without 10 bit LUT
Photograph: Precise color control with 10 bit LUT
With 10 bit LUT

RadiCS LE

Brightness and DICOM characteristic curve can be checked using the RadiCS LE software and automatically calibrated according to the factory default settings. The integrated sensor in the device takes care of this. The calibration of other tone value curves, such as CIE, is also possible with RadiCS LE.


Extended durations of use thanks to automatic shut down

The monitor has an automatic shut down option for the backlight (backlight saver). This extends the duration of use. Similar to a screen saver, the LEDs turn off when the screen is not being used. 

The backlight saver is part of the RadiCS software.


One monitor, many ports

It doesn't get easier than this: You can connect most of your devices, such as PC, laptop or cameras directly to the monitor because the monitor has a number of different ports. That makes your daily work easier.


Foto: DICOM-Preset
Display of DICOM characteristic at the press of a button

EIZO measures and adjusts each tone of gray carefully so that the monitors comply with the DICOM standard when delivered from the factory. The result is a particularly consistent gradation of gray tones, allowing for optimal radiological clinical reviews.


Foto: Signaleingänge zwei Rechner
With digital, analog, and audio connection

One DisplayPort and one DVI-I input allow the connection of two digital signals simultaneously. A DSub input is available for an analog signal. You can connect up to three computers simultaneously. You can switch between them automatically or manually, if desired.

A loudspeaker and headphone connection are subtly integrated in the housing. The audio connection to the monitor takes place via the DisplayPort connection or the audio jack. 


Flexible base

Ergonomic and stable: the adjustable base focuses on ergonomics. The monitor base can be twisted, turned, and tilted so that it is most comfortable for your back, neck, and sitting posture. The height can also be seamlessly adjusted and, depending on the model, lowered to the bottom of the base, allowing you to position the top row of the image ergonomically below eye level.

EIZO flexible base tilt
Tilt by moving the base: 15° - 70°

Foto: MED-X30LPB Grafikkarte
For precise diagnoses: EIZO MED-X30LPB graphics card

The EIZO MED-X30LPB graphics card supports the properties, functions, and settings of the RadiForce MS236WT optimally. It enables precise diagnostics and can control several monitors simultaneously. EIZO offers technical support and a warranty service for all graphics cards. Therefore, we recommend using EIZO graphics cards.

Display the specifications of the MED-X30LPB


Your EIZO warranty

For most of its monitors, EIZO offers warranty periods of up to five years. The respective length of the warranty for your product can be found on the corresponding data sheet or on our overview page.

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Frequently asked questions
What tools does EIZO provide for quality assurance for image display devices in medical applications?

EIZO has developed the RadiCS software specifically for quality assurance for image display devices in the RadiForce range. It offers extensive tests and automatic alignment to guarantee constant and consistent image reproduction on all RadiForce LCD monitors, but also supports screens from other manufacturers. The software automatically executes test images and helps to perform measurements and assessments in accordance with the guidelines in a cost-effective and time-effective manner. For example, measurement results are automatically transferred to the documentation and archived and can be centrally managed using the optional RadiNET Pro software. A calendar with a reminder function ensures timely checks are performed. A suitable measurement device is required to measure the luminance, including veiling luminance. Measured values from various luminance meters are automatically read by RadiCS.

For what regions of the body and what methods or purpose is a RadiForce screen suitable in accordance with DIN 6868-157?

Depending on the body region / methods, different EIZO RadiForce screens are suitable for image display systems in accordance with DIN 6868-157. The EIZO RadiCS quality assurance software is divided into classes I to VIII. The following table shows a classification of suitable screens in this regard.

Note: An acceptance test is necessary for each image display system for an evaluation in accordance with DIN 6868-157.

What is the allocation of body regions / methods in accordance with DIN 6868-157 to RadiCS application classes and what are the minimum requirements for an image display device?

In accordance with DIN 6868-157, different minimum requirements are placed on image display devices depending on the body region / method. The EIZO RadiCS quality assurance software is divided into classes I to VIII. The following table shows a classification of the classes and minimum requirements in this regard.

Note: An acceptance test is necessary for each image display system for an evaluation in accordance with DIN 6868-157.

What does the DIN 6868-157 standard govern?

DIN V 6868-157. This DIN governs the acceptance test and constancy test for image display systems in radiography in order to ensure the necessary image quality.

From where can I obtain the QA guidelines?

From the Federal Ministry for the Environment, Nature Conservation and Nuclear Safety

Other FAQs on your product can be found in our FAQ section.

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