From donor recognition in the lobby to surgical schedules posted at nurse’s stations. From wayfinding in the cafeteria to self-service patient check-in, the applications for digital display technology in hospitals and medical offices abound.
From reliable displays that can handle the rigors of public access to specialty displays that can calm frazzled nerves and provide critical information, the healthcare industry looks to Planar for display innovation and design.
Planar’s offering is broad and features some common characteristics that set these products apart for the most demanding healthcare environments.
From high brightness displays to sturdy metal-frame industrial design, from redundant power supplies to proprietary?Planar??ERO-LCD? (Extended Ruggedness and Optics?)?technology?for?LCD?displays and Planar? ERO-LED? (Extended Ruggedness and Optics?) technology?for LED displays, Planar products are designed for public venues and can withstand the demands of a busy hospital or clinic, day in and day out.
Planar video wall and digital signage products are designed to blend seamlessly into professional environments. The unique white bezel designs keep the displays working in concert with the clean medical aesthetic. Planar digital signage products feature a thin-mounting profile, which complies with ADA standards without additional structures or costly insets.
From the free-form arrangement of Planar? Mosaic? Architectural Video Walls to the virtually-unlimited scaling that enables Clarity? Matrix? G3 LCD Video Walls of any size, Planar configurations provide installation and design flexibility.
Planar’s displays are engineered to make design, installation, and maintenance less expensive and have a lower total cost of ownership optimized for public environments with features like front serviceability and LED backlight designs.
Planar has been manufacturing displays for critical care medical equipment for over 30 years, including fetal heart monitors, EKG machines, defibrillators and medical monitors. Planar’s non-clinical products are designed and assembled with the highest quality and reliability in mind.
|Application Need||Planar Product|
|Eye-catching and impressive donor recognition in the hospital lobby||Clarity Matrix G3 LCD Video Walls or Planar? DirectLight? X LED Video Walls can create indoor billboards for the display of information and gratitude. ?As a digital display it is infinitely flexible and can be updated at anytime to reflect new giving campaigns or visitors. Planar Mosaic Architectural Video Walls add architectural interest.|
|Interactive displays for wayfinding or patient education||Planar is a leader in touch screen technology with products ranging from 15” in the PT or Planar? Helium? Series, all the way to multi-user, multi-touch video walls measuring up to 300” diagonal in the Planar? EP Series, Planar? PS Series and Clarity? Matrix? MultiTouch product lines. ?|
|White bezel displays for cleanliness and aesthetics||Attractive white trim is an available option on Planar Mosaic architectural video walls. ?Small format desktop monitor displays are available with white bezels and visually fit in the environment. ?Many products are available with Planar? Select?, for exact color match.|
|Display compatibility with rolling carts||Although designed for use outside patient vicinity, our external power supplies and flexible VESA-mounting on a number of small format Planar displays make them perfect for use on a rolling cart or with third-party, medical-grade components.|
|High resolution displays for patient consultation and education||For viewing non-diagnostic medical imagery and engaging patient education, nothing compares to the stunning resolution and clarity of the Planar? UltraRes? Series display.|
|Reliable displays for staff, patient, or visitor use||Planar products are designed to be attractive, easy to install and easy to service. ?|
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