////Elo 1519LM 15 inch Medical Desktop Touchmonitor

Elo 1519LM 15 inch Medical Desktop Touchmonitor

  • Economical and reliable
  • Support input video up to 1680 x 1050 at 60Hz
  • Available with AccuTouch Five-Wire Resistive Technology (activated with fingernails, gloves, credit cards, or any stylus), IntelliTouch Surface Wave Technology for superior image quality (activated with finger or glove) or Projected Capacitive (PCAP) for multi-touch performance and zero-bezel design
  • Optional ergonomic 3 stripe MSR available in USB with keyboard emulation
  • Sealed touchscreen
  • Dual serial/USB touch interface
  • Removable stand and VESA mounting option
  • Mounting holes on stand bottom for tabletop security
  • Controls on the side rather than the front, plus lockout function for public use
  • Digital on-screen display (OSD)
  • Worldwide agency approvals
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Elo 1519LM 1519LM 15 inch Medical Desktop Touchmonitor

The fully featured Elo 1519LM touchmonitor offers best-in-class optical performance mated to leading touch technologies. IntelliTouch (surface acoustic wave), AccuTouch (five-wire resistive) or projected capacitive (PCAP). In addition to a combination USB and serial touch controller, DVI, VGA and built-in speakers. The monitor is available in white. The Elo 1519LM is compliant with multiple safety and electrical certifications including EN 60950-1, EN 60601-1-3, EN 55022, and EN 55024 for Safety and EMC. In addition, the Elo 1519LM is RoHS compliant, and includes an enclosure design that is resistant to dripping water, protecting the unit from liquid drops and spills. As a result the Elo 1519LM is an excellent fit for a wide variety of settings, including healthcare. The Elo 1519LM touchmonitor is an effective solution for System Integrators, Value-Added Resellers and Software Developers to consider integrating into their healthcare applications such as nursing stations, computeraided therapy, electronic medical record keeping, paperless charting, patient self check-in/registration or point–of-information installations, as well as nonmedical applications that benefit from DVI-D input, speakers and a pristine image display.