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Barco NV Beneluxpark 21, 8500 Kortrijk, Belgium barco.com/en/support barco.com Registered address: Barco NV President Kennedypark 35, 8500 Kortrijk, Belgium barco.com/en/support barco.com Table of contents 1 Welcome!................................................................................................................................................................................................................5 1.1 About the product.................................................................................................................................................................................6 1.2 What's in the box..................................................................................................................................................................................6 1.3 About this user guide.........................................................................................................................................................................7 2 Parts, controls and connectors...............................................................................................................................................................9 2.1 Front view..............................................................................................................................................................................................10 2.2 Rear view............................................................................................................................................................................................... 11 2.3 Connector view .................................................................................................................................................................................. 11 2.3.1 MDSC-8231 LED version.......................................................................................................................................... 11 2.3.2 MDSC-8231 MNA version.........................................................................................................................................12 2.4 Connector pin assignments ........................................................................................................................................................12 2.4.1 Input power connector.................................................................................................................................................12 2.4.2 DVI connector (DVI-D)................................................................................................................................................13 2.4.3 USB type A connector.................................................................................................................................................13 2.4.4 USB type B connector.................................................................................................................................................14 2.4.5 Micro-USB connector ..................................................................................................................................................14 2.4.6 DisplayPort connector.................................................................................................................................................14 2.4.7 HDMI connector..............................................................................................................................................................15 2.4.8 DC out connector...........................................................................................................................................................15 3 Display installation .......................................................................................................................................................................................17 3.1 Cover removal ....................................................................................................................................................................................18 3.2 Interface connection........................................................................................................................................................................18 3.2.1 MDSC-8231 LED version..........................................................................................................................................18 3.2.2 MDSC-8231 MNA version.........................................................................................................................................19 3.3 Power supply connection .............................................................................................................................................................20 3.4 Cable routing.......................................................................................................................................................................................21 3.5 VESA mount installation ...............................................................................................................................................................22 4 Daily operation.................................................................................................................................................................................................25 4.1 On/Off switching ................................................................................................................................................................................26 4.2 Keyboard locking/unlocking........................................................................................................................................................26 4.3 Power mode LED .............................................................................................................................................................................27 4.4 OSD menu activation......................................................................................................................................................................27 4.5 OSD menu navigation....................................................................................................................................................................27 4.6 Shortkey functions............................................................................................................................................................................28 4.6.1 Main source selection..................................................................................................................................................28 4.6.2 Brightness adjustment ................................................................................................................................................29 4.7 Control lock: OSD menu locking/unlocking........................................................................................................................29 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 3 5 Advanced operation.....................................................................................................................................................................................31 5.1 Picture menu .......................................................................................................................................................................................32 5.1.1 Profile....................................................................................................................................................................................32 5.1.2 Brightness..........................................................................................................................................................................32 5.1.3 Contrast...............................................................................................................................................................................32 5.1.4 Saturation...........................................................................................................................................................................33 5.1.5 Color temperature..........................................................................................................................................................33 5.1.6 Color space.......................................................................................................................................................................33 5.1.7 Gamma................................................................................................................................................................................34 5.1.8 Sharpness..........................................................................................................................................................................34 5.2 Picture advanced menu ................................................................................................................................................................34 5.2.1 Black Level ........................................................................................................................................................................34 5.2.2 Latency ................................................................................................................................................................................34 5.2.3 Input range.........................................................................................................................................................................35 5.2.4 Image Size.........................................................................................................................................................................35 5.2.5 Image Flip...........................................................................................................................................................................35 5.2.6 Screen Resolution.........................................................................................................................................................36 5.3 Input select menu..............................................................................................................................................................................36 5.3.1 Main Source......................................................................................................................................................................36 5.3.2 DisplayPort mode ..........................................................................................................................................................37 5.3.3 Auto search.......................................................................................................................................................................37 5.3.4 Failover input....................................................................................................................................................................37 5.3.5 Picture and Picture input............................................................................................................................................38 5.3.6 Picture in Picture input................................................................................................................................................39 5.3.7 Picture in Picture mode ..............................................................................................................................................39 5.3.8 Picture in Picture position..........................................................................................................................................39 5.3.9 Picture in Picture transparency..............................................................................................................................40 5.4 Configuration menu .........................................................................................................................................................................40 5.4.1 Information.........................................................................................................................................................................40 5.4.2 Language ...........................................................................................................................................................................40 5.4.3 OSD Time-out..................................................................................................................................................................41 5.4.4 Recall Profile ....................................................................................................................................................................41 5.4.5 Save Profile.......................................................................................................................................................................41 5.5 System menu ......................................................................................................................................................................................42 5.5.1 Power on DVI...................................................................................................................................................................42 5.5.2 Power on DisplayPort..................................................................................................................................................42 5.5.3 OSD lock.............................................................................................................................................................................42 5.5.4 Power saving....................................................................................................................................................................42 5.5.5 DVI output ..........................................................................................................................................................................43 5.5.6 Operating hours..............................................................................................................................................................43 6 Important information.................................................................................................................................................................................45 6.1 Safety information.............................................................................................................................................................................46 6.2 Environmental information...........................................................................................................................................................48 6.3 Biological hazard and returns ....................................................................................................................................................50 6.4 Regulatory compliance information........................................................................................................................................51 6.5 EMC notice...........................................................................................................................................................................................51 6.6 Cleaning and disinfection.............................................................................................................................................................54 6.7 Explanation of symbols..................................................................................................................................................................55 6.8 Legal disclaimer.................................................................................................................................................................................57 6.9 Technical specifications.................................................................................................................................................................58 4 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Welcome! 1 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 5 Welcome! 1.1 About the product Overview Barco's MDSC-8231 is a 31-inch Utra High Definition (UHD) surgical display. Purpose-built for the operating room, the MDSC-8231 offers an easy-clean design, smart mechanics and the most detailed images in the operating room today. Ease of mind Perfect hand-eye coordination: The display’s high brightness, high contrast and UHD 4K resolution provide surgeons with excellent depth perception and the most accurate images. The MDSC-8231 presents images with unrivaled color and grayscale accuracy and with near-zero latency, making it perfectly suited for use with today’s state-of-the-art endoscopy camera systems. Multi-source, multi-display imaging: With its broad input connectivity, the MDSC-8231 also offers flexible multi modality imaging in new integrated operating rooms. Thanks to its high-bright LED backlight with light output stabilization (BLOS), the surgical display also ensures a long lifetime and low power consumption. Ease of installation The MDSC-8231 comes with a smart cable management system that hides the cables for a clutter-free set-up. Equipped with VESA 100 and VESA 200 interface to allow easy mounting on surgical booms and spring arms. Available in different models, this surgical display also features a host of connectivity options and remote control. Ease of use Barco's MDSC-8231 allows easy cleaning thanks to its smooth surface and protective screen cover. Features • 31-inch wide-screen LCD with UHD 4K resolution and 10-bit per color • Wide viewing angle • Wide color gamut and calibrated color spaces ITU709, DCI-P3 D65, BT. 2020 • High-brightness LED backlight • Backlight Output Stabilization over time • Advanced, full 10-bit image processing algorithms with 14-bit LUT • 4K (4096x2160), UHD (3840x2160), FHD and legacy input accepted • Easily mountable onto a boom Innovative features, such as Failover Mode, are also available to give maximum flexibility when installing the display and ensures a backup signal is always available for safe surgery. 1.2 What's in the box Overview Your MDSC-8231 display comes with: • MDSC-8231 user guide (booklet) • DisplayPort cable • HDMI cable (only for MDSC-8231 LED) • AC power cords • external power supply The user guide is available in other languages on barco.com/support Keep your original packaging. It is designed for this display and is the ideal protection during transport. 6 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Welcome! 1.3 About this user guide Overview This manual provides support to the user during the installation, set up and utilization of the MDSC-8231 display. Depending on the specific version that has been purchased, some of the features and options described in this document may not apply to the display in user’s hands. K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 7 Welcome! 8 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 connectors 2Parts, controls and K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 9 Parts, controls and connectors 2.1 Front view Overview 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 Image 2-1 A 7-key capacitive keypad is located on the front of the display. By default only the stand-by key (7) is visible. For keyboard activation please refer to “Keyboard locking/unlocking”, page 26. 1. Source shortkey 2. Down key 3. Up key 4. OSD menu / Enter key 5. Left / Brightness decrease key 6. Right / Brightness increase key 7. Stand-by key / Power mode LED 8. Keyboard lock/unlock button (membrane switch at the bottom of the display) The keyboard lock/unlock button may be activated accidentally when placing the display on a flat surface with the bottom facing downwards. Persistent key pressures will automatically be ignored by the keyboard control SW however. 10 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Parts, controls and connectors 2.2 Rear view Overview 1 2 3 4 Image 2-2 1. VESA mount screw holes (100 x 100 mm, 200 x 100 mm) 2. Cable routing channel 3. Cable routing channel expansion clip 4. Connector compartment cover 2.3 Connector view 2.3.1 MDSC-8231 LED version Overview 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 Image 2-3 1. SDI in 2. SDI out 3. HDMI2 2.0 in 4. HDMI1 2.0 in 5. +5 VDC – 2 A power out 6. USB 2.0 type A interface 7. USB 2.0 type B interface 8. Main (Right) DisplayPort in 9. DVI-D in 10.DVI-D out 11. Potential Equalization pin (POAG) 12.2nd (Left) DisplayPort in 13.24 VDC power in K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 11 Parts, controls and connectors 2.3.2 MDSC-8231 MNA version Overview 2nd Main (2) (1) 12 15 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 5 13 14 16 17 18 Image 2-4 1. Headphone out 2. Microphone in 3. Audio line out 4. Audio line in 5. USB 2.0 type A interface (4 x) 6. USB 2.0 micro-B interface (for service use only) 7. (2) Secondary SFP+ 10Gb optical Ethernet interface 8. (1) Main SFP+ 10Gb optical Ethernet interface 9. Identification button 10.SDI in 11. SDI out 12.+5 VDC – 2 A power out 13.Main (Right) DisplayPort in 14.DVI-D in 15.DVI-D out 16.Potential Equalization pin (POAG) 17.2nd (Left) DisplayPort in 18.24 VDC power in Input and Output 1 to 9 are directly connected to the embedded Nexxis decoder. 2.4 Connector pin assignments 2.4.1 Input power connector Overview 12 34 Image 2-5 1. +24 VDC 2. +24 VDC 3. GND 4. GND CAUTION: The ground and the shield connections on the power input connector have no Protective Earth function. A Protective Earth connection is provided via a dedicated pin (see “Power supply connection”, page 20). 12 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231

2.4.2 DVI connector (DVI-D) Overview Image 2-6 1. D2_Rx- (T.M.D.S.) 2. D2_Rx+ (T.M.D.S.) 3. GND (data 2 shield) 4. Not connected 5. Not connected 6. SCL (for DDC) 7. SDA (for DDC) 8. Not connected 9. D1_Rx- (T.M.D.S.) 10.D1_Rx+ (T.M.D.S.) 11. GND (data 1 shield) 12.Not connected 13.Not connected 14.+5V output (*) 15.GND (cable sense) 16.Hot plug detect (*) 17.D0_Rx- (T.M.D.S.) 18.D0_Rx+ (T.M.D.S.) 19.GND (data 0 shield) 20.Not connected 21.Not connected 22.GND (clock shield) 23.CK_Rx+ (T.M.D.S.) 24.CK_Rx- (T.M.D.S.) Parts, controls and connectors

(*) +5 VDC output selectable on either pin 14 or 16 via the OSD menu. (+5V ± 10% @ 500mA (max)) 2.4.3 USB type A connector Overview Image 2-7 1. +5 VDC 2. Data - 3. Data + 4. GND K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 13 Parts, controls and connectors 2.4.4 USB type B connector Overview 1 2 3 4 Image 2-8 1. Data - 2. +5 VDC 3. Data + 4. GND 2.4.5 Micro-USB connector Overview 5 4 3 2 1 Image 2-9 1. +5 VDC 2. Data - 3. Data + 4. GND 5. Not connected 2.4.6 DisplayPort connector Overview 19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 20 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 Image 2-10 1. ML_Lane 0 (p) 2. GND 3. ML_Lane 0 (n) 4. ML_Lane 1 (p) 5. GND 6. ML_Lane 1 (n) 7. ML_Lane 2 (p) 8. GND 9. ML_Lane 2 (n) 10.ML_Lane 3 (p) 11. GND 12.ML_Lane 3 (n) 13.CONFIG1 14.CONFIG2 15.AUX CH (p) 16.GND 17.AUX CH (n) 18.Hot Plug 14 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231

19.Return 20.DP_PWR (+3.3 VDC @ 500 mA max) 2.4.7 HDMI connector Overview Parts, controls and connectors

19 17 15 13 11 9 7 5 3 1 18 16 14 12 10 8 6 4 2 Image 2-11 1. T.M.D.S. Data2+ 2. T.M.D.S. Data2 Shield 3. T.M.D.S. Data2- 4. T.M.D.S. Data1+ 5. T.M.D.S. Data1 Shield 6. T.M.D.S. Data1- 7. T.M.D.S. Data0+ 8. T.M.D.S. Data0 Shield 9. T.M.D.S. Data0- 10.T.M.D.S. Clock+ 11. T.M.D.S. Clock Shield 12.T.M.D.S. Clock 13.CEC 14.Not connected 15.DDC_SCL 16.DDC_SDA 17.DDC/CEC GND 18.+5VDC POWER 19.HDP 2.4.8 DC out connector Overview 1 2 Image 2-12 1. +5 VDC 2. GND K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 15 Parts, controls and connectors 16 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Display installation 3 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 17 Display installation 3.1 Cover removal To remove the connector compartment cover Slide the connector compartment cover downwards to get access to the connectors. Image 3-1 3.2 Interface connection About The MDSC-8231 can have multiple video inputs connected. Switching between the different inputs can be done easily with the Source shortkey ( ). Futhermore, if more than one video source is connected, the Picture in Picture and Picture and Picture (PiP/ PaP) functionalities become available, allowing you to view two different video inputs at once. Please refer to “Picture and Picture input”, page 38 and “Picture in Picture input”, page 39 for more information. Beside the video input connections, the MDSC-8231 also has video output capabilities allowing you to loop through or duplicate all video inputs connected with the MDSC-8231 to another display, projector, video recorder, ... This chapter describes how to connect the different video interface types to the MDSC-8231. Nexxis OR Connecting your MDSC-8231 to Barco's Nexxis OR system allows you to distribute video, graphics, audio and computer data over the IP network, in raw uncompressed format, inside the operating room and even between surgical suites. To connect your MDSC-8231 to Barco's Nexxis OR system, connect the 10Gb Ethernet interface to your Nexxis switch. More info about Nexxis OR and how to configure the MDSC-8231 in your network is available in the dedicated user guides. Please visit barco.com to obtain these user guides. Nexxis OR is only available on the MDSC-8231 MNA version. 3.2.1 MDSC-8231 LED version To connect the interfaces 1. Connect one or more video source(s) to the corresponding video inputs of the display. UHD 4K video can be connected in three ways: • DisplayPort 1.2 MSTconnected to the Main DisplayPort input or, 18 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Display installation • 2 x DisplayPort 1.1 connected to the Main and 2nd DisplayPort input, where each input drives one half (right/left) of the screen or, • HDMI 2.0 connected to HDMI1 or HDMI2 inputs. 2. When the SDI video input is connected, an additional SDI video sink can be connected to the SDI output (= SDI input loop-through). 3. Screen image clone: The entire active image on the screen (including OSD) can be duplicated to a FHD (1080p/1080i) signal on the DVI output connector, to which an additional DVI video sink can be connected. For 4K images, the central part of the image (pillarbox to 16:9) will be down-scaled to FHD resolution. 4. Connect the USB2.0 type B interface with a workstation to use the remote control protocol, to update the display firmware, or to be able to connect any USB peripheral with the USB interfaces of the display. 5. Use any USB peripheral (keyboard, mouse, webcam, ...) by connecting it to the USB interface. 6. Connector +5 VDC - 2A power out for accessory (Mating connector HIROSE RP34L-5PA- 2SC(1857)(71)).

4 2 Image 3-2 6 5 +5VDC 1 3

WARNING: DisplayPort VESA DP 1.2 certified cables for 5.4 Gbps HBR2 are recommended. The DVI output must be enabled in the OSD menu (please refer to “DVI output”, page 43). 3.2.2 MDSC-8231 MNA version To connect the interfaces 1. Connect one or more video source(s) to the corresponding video inputs of the display. UHD 4K video can be connected in three ways: • 1 x DisplayPort 1.2 MSTconnected to the Main DisplayPort input or, • 2 x DisplayPort 1.1 connected to the Main and 2nd DisplayPort input, where each input drives one half (right/left) of the screen or, • Nexxis link: 2 x 10Gb Ethernet connected to the Main and Secondary SFP+ 10Gb optical Ethernet interface, where each input drives one half (right/left) of the screen. 2. When the SDI video input is connected, an additional SDI video sink can be connected to the SDI output (= SDI input loop-through). 3. Screen image clone: The entire active image on the screen (including OSD) can be duplicated to a FHD (1080p/1080i) signal on the DVI output connector, to which an additional DVI video sink can be connected. For 4K images, the central part of the image (pillarbox to 16:9) will be down-scaled to FHD resolution. 4. Use any USB peripheral (keyboard, mouse, webcam, ...) by connecting it to the available USB interfaces. 5. Connector +5 VDC - 2A power out for accessory (Mating connector HIROSE RP34L-5PA- 2SC(1857)(71)) 6. Connect a headphone to the appropriate output to listen to audio sent over Nexxis. K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 19 Display installation 7. Connect a microphone to the appropriate input to send spoken audio over Nexxis. 8. Connect a (set of) speaker(s) to the line out interface to listen to audio sent over Nexxis. 9. Connect any kind audio player to the line in interface to send audio over Nexxis. 10.Connect the display with Nexxis to use the remote control protocol or to update the display firmware. 6

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9 10 MP3 Image 3-3 WARNING: DisplayPort VESA DP 1.2 certified cables for 5.4 Gbps HBR2 are recommended. The DVI output must be enabled in the OSD menu (please refer to “DVI output”, page 43). A subset of the commands of the remote control protocol is also available on a new DDC protocol on DVI and DisplayPort1 auxiliary channel. 3.3 Power supply connection To connect the power supply 1. Connect the supplied external DC power supply unit to the +24 VDC power input of your display. 2. Plug the other end of the external DC power supply into a grounded power outlet by means of the proper power cord delivered in the packaging. Image 3-4 CAUTION: To avoid risk of electric shock, the external DC power supply must be connected to a mains with protective earth. The ground connection on the display’s DC power input connector has no protective earth function. The MDSC-8231 display protective earth connection is provided via a dedicate pin (see next steps). 20 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231

Protective earth Display installation

Earth the MDSC-8231 by connecting the protective earth pin to a grounded outlet by means of a yellow/green AWG18 wire (maximum admitted cable length according to national regulation requirements). Image 3-5 CAUTION: The display must be earthed. Potential equalization When potential equalization between the display and other devices is required then connect the potential equalization pin (POAG) to the potential equalization terminal of the equipment. Image 3-6 3.4 Cable routing To route the cables For displays to be mounted on a VESA arm with internal cable routing provisions, route all cables through the cable routing channel, then reinstall the connector compartment without removing the expansion clip. Image 3-7 For displays to be mounted on a VESA arm or stand without internal cable routing provisions, first remove the expansion clip from the connector compartment cover, then route all cables through it while reinstalling the cover. K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 21 Display installation Image 3-8 CAUTION: When the display is assembled in the medical system, take care of the fixation of all cables, to avoid unwanted detachment. 3.5 VESA mount installation To install the display on a VESA mounting solution The display can be attached to a VESA 100 mm or VESA 200 mm arm or stand. Image 3-9 The VESA mounting holes at the back of the display are provided with M4-type blind fasteners to fix the VESA mounting plate. Depending on the VESA plate thickness (T) and the thickness of possible washers (W), a different screw length (L) should be selected. Please respect the following rule to select an appropriate screw length: • Lmin = T + W + 15 mm • Lmax = T + W + 18 mm 22 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Display installation T W Lmin Lmax Image 3-10 CAUTION: Use an arm that is in compliance with VESA requirements. CAUTION: The monitor VESA interface has been designed for a safety factor 6 (to support 6 times the monitor weight). In the medical system, use an arm with suitable safety factor (IEC60601–1). K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 23 Display installation 24 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Daily operation 4 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 25 Daily operation 4.1 On/Off switching The procedures below consider that DC power is supplied to the display. Please check the status of the power mode LED to verify that your display is supplied with DC power (see “Power mode LED ”, page 27). To switch on your display Press and hold (3-4 seconds) the key until the entire keyboard lights up. Afterwards, release the key again (within 2 seconds) to avoid a keyboard re-lock. When the keyboard backlight lights up, the power mode LED will turn full green indicating that the display is switching on. To switch off your display 1. Unlock the keyboard (see “Keyboard locking/unlocking”, page 26). 2. With the keyboard unlocked, press and hold (3-4 seconds) the key until the entire keyboard starts blinking quickly. Afterwards, release the key again (within 2 seconds) to avoid a keyboard re-lock. 4.2 Keyboard locking/unlocking About In order to avoid unwanted or accidental activation of the keyboard, a lock/unlock mechanism has been implemented. This means that the keyboard needs to be unlocked before it can be used to change any of the display settings. By default, all keys except the key will be dimmed to indicate that the keyboard is locked. After unlocking the keyboard, all keys will light up. Touching any of these keys while the backlight is on will execute the function of the key. However, if no further action is taken within the time-out (10 seconds), the keys will dim again and the keyboard will re-lock. To unlock the keyboard Two options are available to unlock the keyboard: 1. Option 1: Press and hold (0.5 seconds) the keyboard unlock button ( ) at the bottom of the display until the entire keyboard starts blinking slowly. Afterwards, release the key again (within 2 seconds) to avoid a keyboard re-lock. Image 4-1 2. Option 2: Press and hold (3-4 seconds) the key until the entire keyboard starts blinking slowly. Afterwards, release the key again (within 2 seconds) to avoid a keyboard re-lock. To lock the keyboard The keyboard will automatically lock after 10 seconds of inactivity, except while navigating the OSD menu, during which it remains unlocked. 26 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Daily operation 4.3 Power mode LED About the power mode LED The behavior of the power LED shows the status of the unit: OFF Hard power OFF (power supply is unplugged) Blinking orange Soft power OFF (switched off by using the stand-by key ( )) Full orange Display is in power save mode (backlight and LCD off)

Blinking green / orange Searching for signal Note: When Power save mode is enabled, the display will automatically go into power save mode after 10 seconds of searching without signal.

Full green Display has a valid input signal. 4.4 OSD menu activation To activate the OSD menu 1. Switch on the display (see “On/Off switching”, page 26). 2. Unlock the keyboard (see “Keyboard locking/unlocking”, page 26). 3. Press the key. As a result, the OSD main menu comes up in the bottom right corner of the screen. If no further actions are taken within the following 30 seconds, the OSD menu will disappear again. If after pressing the key, the OSD lock window appears then this means that the OSD lock has been enabled. Please refer to “Control lock: OSD menu locking/unlocking”, page 29for more information and instructions to unlock the OSD menu. The time-out of the OSD menu automatic close function can be adjusted or disabled in the OSD menu (OSD Time-out). The OSD menu position can be adjusted in the OSD menu (OSD Hor. Pos. and OSD Vert. Pos.). 4.5 OSD menu navigation OSD menu structure explained Below is an example of the OSD menu structure: K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 27 Daily operation 3 4

Picture Picture 1024x768@100 Hz

1 Picture advanced Input select Configuration System 2 Profile Factory Brightness 50 Contrast 50 Saturation 30 5 Color temperature 6500K Color space ITU709 Gamma Native Sharpness 10

Image 4-2 1. Menu pages 2. Sub-menus (menu items) 3. Status bar 4. Selector/Slider 5. Item Grayed out menu items are not available on the specific display version. To navigate through the OSD menu Image 4-3 • Press the key to open the OSD menu. • Use the or key to scroll to the desired menu page. • When the desired Menu page is highlighted, press the key to select the top menu item that will be highlighted. • Use the or keys to move to other Menu Items, then press the key to select it. • If the selected menu item is controlled by a slider use the or keys to adjust the item value, then press the key to confirm. • If the selected menu item is a multiple choices menu use the or keys to select the desired option then press the key to confirm. • Press again or key to select other Menu items or exit from the Menu page by pressing the key. 4.6 Shortkey functions 4.6.1 Main source selection To quickly select the main source 1. Unlock the keyboard (see “Keyboard locking/unlocking”, page 26) 2. Press the key to scroll through all the possible input signals and quickly select the main source. Available main source options may differ depending on display model. 28 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Daily operation To avoid unwanted or accidental activation of any function through the keyboard all keys,except the Power On/Off, can be locked using a dedicated OSD Menu function (see “Control lock: OSD menu locking/unlocking”, page 29). 4.6.2 Brightness adjustment To quickly adjust the brightness 1. Unlock the keyboard (see “Keyboard locking/unlocking”, page 26) 2. While no OSD menu is on the screen, press the or key to adjust the brightness as desired. Brightness 50 Image 4-4 4.7 Control lock: OSD menu locking/unlocking About the OSD lock As described in “OSD lock”, page 42, the OSD lock can be enabled to avoid unwanted access. When the OSD is locked, pressing the key after unlocking the keyboard will not activate the OSD menu, but will make the OSD lock window appear. The OSD menu can only be accessed after pressing a sequence of keys. OSD lock Sequence: 5 - 6 - 6 - 3 Image 4-5 To lock/unlock the menu 1. Unlock the keyboard (see “Keyboard locking/unlocking”, page 26) 2. Press the key. 3. When the OSD lock window appears, press the following key sequence to unlock the OSD menu: , , , K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 29 Daily operation 30 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Advanced operation 5 Not all features described in the chapter “Advanced operation” are available. The features not available in specific software versions are shown on OSD menu in light-grey. 31 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Advanced operation 5.1 Picture menu 5.1.1 Profile About profiles To select a profile means to load a set of predefined video parameters like Brightness, Contrast, Saturation, Input selection (Primary & Secondary), Multi-image layout selection, etc. The user can modify the default video parameters associated to each profile and save the new parameters setting under the User 1, User 2 or User 3 profile. The Factory and X Ray profiles can be temporarily modified, but the factory default can’t be overwritten and can always be recalled through the recall profile menu item. The available profiles for your display are: • Factory • X Ray (by selecting this profile, Gamma and Color temperature will be automatically set to DICOM and Native respectively) • User 1 • User 2 • User 3 To select a profile 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Picture menu. 3. Enter the Profile submenu. 4. Select one of the available profiles and confirm. 5.1.2 Brightness To adjust the brightness level 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Picture menu. 3. Enter the Brightness submenu. The command bar Brightness is highlighted. 4. Set the brightness level as desired and confirm. The selected brightness is maintained at a constant level by the automatic backlight stabilization function. The brightness level can also be adjusted through a shortkey function. Brightness level is adjusted by controlling the backlight illumination only. 5.1.3 Contrast To adjust the contrast level 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Picture menu. 3. Enter the Contrast submenu. The command bar Contrast is highlighted. 4. Set the contrast level as desired and confirm. 32 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Advanced operation 5.1.4 Saturation To adjust the saturation level 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Picture menu. 3. Enter the Saturation submenu. The command bar Saturation is highlighted. 4. Set the saturation level as desired and confirm. 5.1.5 Color temperature About color temperature presets The available color temperature presets for your display are: • 5600K • 6500K • 7600K • 9300K • Native • User Factory calibration – White point: The White Color points associated with the Color Temperature: 5600K, 6500K, 7600K or 9300K are factory calibrated with a consequent reduction of the maximum luminance compared to Native Color Temperature. Only in case the User preset has been selected it is possible to get access to the color regulation commands to adjust the gain and offset of red, green and blue primary colors. To select a color temperature preset 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Picture menu. 3. Enter the Color Temperature submenu. 4. Select one of the available color temperature presets and confirm. If you selected the User color temperature preset, a new menu will be displayed allowing you to manually adjust the gain and offset of red, green and blue. 5.1.6 Color space About color space presets The available color space presets for your display are: • Native (LCD primaries uncalibrated) • ITU709 • BT.2020 • DCI-P3 D65 Factory calibration – Color space: RGB primary calibration, according to the selected standard, is performed within the physical limitation of the LCD panel used. To select a color space preset 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Picture menu. 3. Enter the Color Space submenu. K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 33 Advanced operation 4. Select one of the available color space presets and confirm. 5.1.7 Gamma About gamma presets The available gamma presets for your display are: • 1.8 • 2.2 • 2.4 • Video (transfer function adapted for video cameras with dark levels enhancement) • Native (no correction curve is applied) • DICOM (grayscale levels are following closely the DICOM curve – for reference only, not for diagnostic purposes) To select a gamma preset 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Picture menu. 3. Enter the Gamma submenu. 4. Select one of the available gamma presets and confirm. 5.1.8 Sharpness To adjust the sharpness level 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Picture menu. 3. Enter the Sharpness submenu. The command bar Sharpness is highlighted. 4. Set the sharpness level as desired and confirm. Sharpness control is not available when DisplayPort mode DP 1.1 dual is selected (see “DisplayPort mode”, page 37). 5.2 Picture advanced menu 5.2.1 Black Level About black level This command allows to add or subtract an offset to the input video signal (available only on video formats). To adjust the black level 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Picture advanced menu. 3. Enter the Black Level submenu. The command bar Black Level is highlighted. 4. Set the black level as desired and confirm. 5.2.2 Latency About latency The video latency is defined as the delay between the time of a monitor input video transition to the corresponding light output transition on screen. 34 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Advanced operation The available latency modes for your display are: • Diagnostic: Best picture quality • Surgical: Lowest latency, optimized for fast moving images To select the latency mode 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Picture Advanced menu. 3. Enter the Latency submenu. 4. Select one of the available latency modes and confirm. 5.2.3 Input range About input range This command sets the RGB signal range for DVI and SDI inputs. Suggest to set the input range according to the input signal range. The available input ranges are: • 0–255 • 16–235 • 16–255 To select the input range 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Picture Advanced menu. 3. Enter the Input range submenu. 4. Select one of the available input ranges and confirm. Input range control is available only when the selected main source (see “Main Source”, page 36) is DVI or SDI. 5.2.4 Image Size About image size The available image sizes for your display are: • Aspect (fill the screen on largest dimension, no modification in image aspect-ratio) • Native (input pixel to LCD pixel mapping, no scaling) In both Aspect and Native, the image may be displayed with black bars on top/bottom or left/right. To select the image size 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Picture Advanced menu. 3. Enter the Image Size submenu. 4. Select one of the available image sizes and confirm. 5.2.5 Image Flip About image flip This function allows you to flip the image on your display. The available options are: • Disabled (no image flip applied) K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 35 Advanced operation • Mirror (flips the image horizontally, making the left content appear on the right and vice versa) • Rotation (rotates the image 180°) When image rotation is selected, the latency will increase with 20 msec. Image mirroring does not cause any latency increase. To enable/disable horizontal flip 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Picture Advanced menu. 3. Enter the Image Flip submenu. 4. Select one of the available options and confirm. 5.2.6 Screen Resolution About screen resolution This function allows you to adjust the image resolution of the preferred timing detailed in the EDID exposed to the DP input and to the integrated Nexxis decoder. The available options are: • 4K (17:9) (for image resolution of 4096 x 2160) • UHD (16:9) (for image resolution of 3840 x 2160) Image resolution of the preferred timing detailed in the EDID exposed to HDMI-1 and HDMI-2 are predefined as follows: HDMI-1 = 16:9; HDMI-2 = 17:9. To enable/disable horizontal flip 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Picture Advanced menu. 3. Enter the Screen Resolution submenu. 4. Select one of the available options and confirm. 5.3 Input select menu 5.3.1 Main Source About main sources The available main sources for your display are: • DVI • SDI • DisplayPort • HDMI–1 (MDSC-8231 LED version only) • HDMI–2 (MDSC-8231 LED version only) • Nexxis (MDSC-8231 MNA version only) Available main source options may differ depending on display model. The main source can also be quickly selected through the Input selection key ( ), without the need to navigate through the OSD menu. To select the main source 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 36 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Advanced operation 2. Navigate to the Input Select menu. 3. Enter the Main Source submenu. 4. Select one of the available main sources and confirm. 5.3.2 DisplayPort mode About DisplayPort mode The available DisplayPort (DP) modes for your display are: • DP 1.2 MST • DP 1.1 main • DP 1.1 dual Please refer to the technical specifications for an overview of accepted video formats. To select the DisplayPort mode 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Input Select menu. 3. Enter the DP mode submenu. 4. Select one of the available DisplayPort modes and confirm. 5.3.3 Auto search About auto search By enabling the input selection auto search function, the display will automatically detect the connected source and display it on the screen. To enable/disable auto search 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Input Select menu. 3. Enter the Auto search submenu. 4. Enable/Disable auto search as desired and confirm. 5.3.4 Failover input About failover input This function allows the display to automatically switch to a failover (backup) source in case the main source (DisplayPort, HDMI, Nexxis) is missing. The display will automatically restore the main source once the signal is back. The available failover inputs for your display are: • None • DVI • SDI The failover input can only be selected when both 1. the Auto search function is disabled (see “Auto search”, page 37), and 2. the PiP/PaP Modes function is disabled (see“Picture and Picture input”, page 38 and “Picture in Picture input”, page 39). If any of both functions are enabled then failover will be disabled and made unavailable. As soon as both functions are disabled again, failover will be enabled and made available again with the selected failover input. K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 37 Advanced operation The failover input will be activated within about 7 seconds after the main source has been lost. During the transition from main to failover input and vice versa, a text message is visible to inform the user. The main source can be changed while the failover input remains unchanged. During the selection and synchronization of a new main source the failover function is temporary (7 sec) disabled. To select the failover input 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Input Select menu. 3. Enter the Failover Input submenu. 4. Select one of the available failover inputs and confirm. 5.3.5 Picture and Picture input About Picture and Picture input This function allows the display to show a second input source on the left side of the display. The Primary input (main source) is still displayed on the right half of the screen. The possible Picture and Picture combinations between the Primary input (main source) and the Secondary input (PaP image) is displayed in the following table. Primary input Secondary input DP 1.1 • HDMI 2.0–1 • HDMI 2.0–2 • DVI • SDI

HDMI 2.0–1 HDMI 2.0–2 DVI SDI • DP 1.1 / Dual • DVI • SDI • DP 1.1 / Dual • HDMI 2.0–1 • HDMI 2.0–2

Both primary and secondary input are limited to FHD resolution max. The Video Parameters applied to the Primary input Source are also applied to the Secondary input. The 2nd source keeps the same image size (Native/Aspect) as the Primary input Source. To select Picture and Picture input 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Input Select menu. 3. Enter the PaP Input submenu. 4. Select one of the available PaP sources (or NONE) and confirm. 38 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Advanced operation 5.3.6 Picture in Picture input About Picture in Picture input This function allows the display to show a second input source as an inset window inside the main source. The possible Picture in Picture combinations between the Primary input (main source) and the Secondary input (PiP image) is displayed in the following table. Primary input Secondary input

DP 1.2 MST / 1.1 / Dual HDMI 2.0–1 HDMI 2.0–2 • DVI • SDI

Gamma and Color temperature for the PiP Source are always set to Native and 6500 K independently from the Transfer Function applied to the Primary input Source. To select Picture in Picture input 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Input Select menu. 3. Enter the PiP Input submenu. 4. Select one of the available PiP inputs (or NONE) and confirm. 5.3.7 Picture in Picture mode About Picture in Picture mode The available Picture in Picture modes for your display are: • Large PiP: 35% of display horizontal size in top or bottom of right corners • Small PiP: 25% of display horizontal size in top or bottom of right corners To select Picture in Picture mode 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Input Select menu. 3. Enter the Picture in Picture Mode submenu. 4. Select one of the available Picture in Picture modes and confirm. 5.3.8 Picture in Picture position About Picture in Picture position The available Picture in Picture positions for your display are: • Bottom right • Top right To select Picture in Picture position 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Input Select menu. 3. Enter the PiP Position submenu. 4. Select one of the available PiP positions and confirm. K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 39 Advanced operation 5.3.9 Picture in Picture transparency About Picture in Picture transparency The available Picture in Picture transparencies range selectable for your display is between: • 0: No transparency • 10: Maximum transparency (roughly 37%) To select Picture in Picture mode 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Input Select menu. 3. Enter the PiP transparency submenu. 4. Select one of the required PiP transparency value and confirm. 5.4 Configuration menu 5.4.1 Information About information The available information items for your display are: • Model (commercial type identification) • SW package (display firmware identification) • Main board release (hardware and firmware identification) • MNA release (firmware identification) • Eth1 Main (IP address of Main ethernet (1) port of the monitor) • Eth2 2nd (IP address of 2nd ethernet (2) port of the monitor) • Keyboard release (hardware and firmware identification) • SDI module release (hardware and firmware identification) • Serial Number (unit serial number) • Main FPGA release (firmware identification) To access information 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Configuration menu. 3. Enter the Information submenu. 5.4.2 Language About languages The available languages for your display OSD menu are: • English • Français • Deutsch • Español • Italiano To select the language 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Configuration menu. 3. Enter the Language submenu. 4. Select one of the available languages and confirm. 40 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231

5.4.3 OSD Time-out About OSD time-out Advanced operation

The OSD menu can automatically close after a certain time of inactivity after the last selection was made. The available OSD time-out values for your display are: • 10 Sec. • 20 Sec. • 30 Sec. • 60 Sec. • Disabled (=5 minutes) To adjust the OSD time-out 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Configuration menu. 3. Enter the OSD setting submenu. 4. Select OSD Time-out 5. Select one of the available OSD time-out values and confirm. 5.4.4 Recall Profile About recalling profiles To recall a profile means to restore the default factory settings (Factory and X Ray profiles) or recall the user defined profiles. The available profiles to recall from your display are: • Factory • X Ray • User 1 • User 2 • User 3 To recall a profile 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Configuration menu. 3. Enter the Recall Profile submenu. 4. Select one of the available profiles to recall and confirm. 5.4.5 Save Profile About saving profiles The user can modify the default video parameters associated to each profile and save the new parameter settings under the User 1, User 2 or User 3 profile. The Factory and X Ray profiles can be modified, but the factory default can’t be overwritten and can always be recalled through the recall profile menu item. The available profiles to save in your display are: • User 1 • User 2 • User 3 To save a profile 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the Configuration menu. 3. Enter the Save Profile submenu. K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 41 Advanced operation 4. Select one of the available profiles to save and confirm. 5.5 System menu 5.5.1 Power on DVI About power on DVI This setting allows you to select the pin of the DVI connector on which the +5V DC supply is applied. The available options are: • Disabled • +5V on Pin 14 • +5V on Pin 16 To select the power on DVI 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the System menu. 3. Enter the Power on DVI submenu. 4. Select one of the available options and confirm. 5.5.2 Power on DisplayPort About power on DisplayPort This setting allows you to select if the +3V3 DC supply is applied on the DisplayPort connector or not. The available options are: • Disabled • +3V3 on DP main To select the power on DisplayPort 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the System menu. 3. Enter the Power on DP submenu. 4. Select one of the available options and confirm. 5.5.3 OSD lock About OSD locking This setting allows you to avoid unwanted activation of any function through the keyboard. By enabling the Control lock function, the front keyboard can only be accessed after pressing a sequence of keys. Please refer to “Control lock: OSD menu locking/unlocking”, page 29. To enable/disable OSD locking 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the System menu. 3. Enter the Control Lock submenu. 4. Enable/Disable Control locking as desired and confirm. 5.5.4 Power saving About power saving When the selected input(s) is (are) missing (main, 2nd and failover), this setting allows the display to switch off the backlight and enter a low power mode. As soon as the selected input(s) is (are) present again, the display 42 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Advanced operation will exit the power save mode and display the image. Also, by activating the OSD menu, the display will exit power save mode. When the Auto search function is enabled (see “Auto search”, page 37), the display will not enter the power save mode, even when the input(s) is (are) missing. To enable/disable power saving 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the System menu. 3. Enter the Power Saving submenu. 4. Enable/Disable power saving as desired and confirm. 5.5.5 DVI output About DVI output This setting allows to enable or disable the DVI output function of your display. Enabling DVI output will duplicate the entire image on the screen (including OSD) to a FHD (1080p/1080i) signal on the DVI output connector. For 4K images, the center part of the image will be down-scaled to FHD resolution. To enable/disable DVI output 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the System menu. 3. Enter the DVI output submenu. 4. Enable/Disable DVI output as desired and confirm. 5.5.6 Operating hours About operating hours This information shows the operation hours of your display. To consult operating hours 1. Bring up the OSD main menu. 2. Navigate to the System menu. 3. The operation hours of your display are shown at the bottom of the menu. K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 43 Advanced operation 44 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 information 6Important K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 45 Important information 6.1 Safety information General recommendations Read the safety and operating instructions before operating the device. Retain safety and operating instructions for future reference. Adhere to all warnings on the device and in the operating instructions manual. Follow all instructions for operation and use. Electrical Shock or Fire Hazard To prevent electric shock or fire hazard, do not remove cover. No serviceable parts inside. Refer servicing to qualified personnel. Do not expose this apparatus to rain or moisture. Modifications to the unit Do not modify this equipment without authorization of the manufacturer. Preventive maintenance Performance of preventive maintenance is not essential. Periodic maintenance inspections are essential to keep the monitor in optimum condition and ensure safe operation. We recommend a functional and safety test of the monitor at regular intervals (e.g. at least once a year). Type of protection (Electrical) Equipment with external power supply: Class I equipment Degree of safety (flammable anesthetic mixture) Equipment not suitable for use in the presence of a flammable anesthetic mixture with air or with oxygen or nitrous oxide. Non-patient care equipment • Equipment primarily for use in a health care facility that is intended for use where contact with a patient is unlikely (no applied part). • The equipment shall not be used with life support equipment. • The user should not touch the equipment, nor its signal input ports (SIP)/signal output ports (SOP) and the patient at the same time. Mission critical applications We strongly recommend there is a replacement display immediately available in mission critical applications. Use of electrical surgical knives Provide as much distance as possible between the electrosurgical generator and other electronic equipment (such as monitors). An activated electrosurgical generator may cause interference with them. The interference can activate the OSD menu of the display and as such disrupt the functionality of the display. Power connection – Equipment with external 24 VDC power supply • Power requirements: The equipment must be powered using the delivered medical approved 24 VDC ( ) SELV power supply. • The medical approved DC ( ) power supply must be powered by the AC mains voltage. • The power supply is specified as a part of the ME equipment or combination is specified as a ME system. • To avoid the risk of electric shock, this equipment must only be connected to a supply mains with protective earth. • The equipment should be installed near an easily accessible outlet. • The equipment is intended for continuous operation. 46 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Important information Power cords: • Europe: H05VV-F or H05VVH2-F PVC cord with appropriate EU plug. • US and Canada: “hospital grade” cord-set has to be used, provided with instructions to indicate that grounding reliability can be achieved only when the equipment is connected to an equivalent receptacle marked hospital only or hospital grade. These instructions need to be marked either on the equipment or on a tag on the power cord. Transient over-voltage If the device is not used for a long time, disconnect it from the AC inlet to avoid damage by transient over voltage. To fully disengage the power to the device, please disconnect the power cord from the AC inlet. Connections Any external connection with other peripherals must follow the requirements of clause 16 of IEC60601-1 3rd ed. or Table BBB.201 of IEC 60601-1-1 for the medical electrical systems. Water and moisture The equipment is IP20 compliant. The monitor front side only is IP45 compliant. The PSU only is IP22 compliant. Moisture condensation Do not use monitor under rapid temperature and humidity change condition or avoid cold air from air conditioning outlet directly. Moisture may condense on the surface or inside of the unit, or create a mist residue inside the protection plate, this is not a malfunction of the product itself, although it may cause damage to the monitor. If condensation happens, let the monitor stand unplugged until there is no condensation. Ventilation Do not cover or block any ventilation openings in the cover of the set. When installing the device in a cupboard or another enclosed location, heed the necessary space between the set and the sides of the cupboard. Installation • Place the equipment on a flat, solid and stable surface that can support the weight of at least 3 units. If you use an unstable cart or stand, the equipment may fall, causing serious injury to a child or adult, and serious damage to the equipment. • Do not allow to climb or rest on the equipment. • When adjusting the angle of the equipment, move it slowly so as to prevent the equipment from moving from or slipping off its stand or arm. • When the equipment is attached to an arm, do not use the equipment as a handle or grip in order to move the equipment. Please refer to the instruction manual of the arm for instructions on how to move the arm with the equipment. • Provide full attention to safety during installation, periodic maintenance and examination of this equipment. • Sufficient expertise is required for installing this equipment, especially to determine the strength of the wall, arm or ceiling suspension for withstanding the display's weight. Be sure to entrust the attachment of this equipment to the wall to a duly skilled technician and pay adequate attention to safety during the installation and usage. • The manufacturer is not liable for any damage or injury caused by mishandling or improper installation. Malfunctions Disconnect the equipment’s power cord from the AC inlet and refer servicing to qualified service technicians under the following conditions: • If the power cord or plug is damaged or frayed. • If liquid has been spilled into the equipment. • If the equipment has been exposed to rain or water. K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 47 Important information • If the equipment does not operate normally when the operating instructions are followed. Adjust only those controls that are covered by the operating instructions since improper adjustment of other controls may result in damage and will often require extensive work by a qualified technician to restore the product to normal operation. • If the equipment has been dropped or the cabinet has been damaged. • If the product exhibits a distinct change in performance, indicating a need for service. General warnings • All devices and complete setup must be tested and validated before taking into operation. • At end user application level it is necessary to foresee a backup unit in case the monitor fails. Technical data • The monitor is intended for indoor use • The monitor has been designed to be used in landscape position with a tilt of -10° (backward) and +10° (forward) • Class I Equipment, according to the type of protection against electric shock • The monitor is not intended to be sterilized • The monitor has no applied parts. The front side of the monitor and the plastic enclosure have been treated as applied parts however, because they may accidentally be touched by the patient for a time <1 minute. • The compliance of this display with Medical Safety and EMC requirements has been evaluated using the external (optional) medical power supply model 'XP Power AHM250PS24T'. If a different power supply will be used, further investigation for Safety and EMC requirements have to be performed at system level. • The enclosure has to be checked upon collision damage, refer to qualified service personnel This apparatus conforms to: Medical Equipment: • IEC 60601-1: 2012 Edition 3.1 (Medical electrical equipment – Part 1: General requirements for basic safety and essential performance) • EN 60601-1: 2006 +A1:2013 (Medical electrical equipment”. Part 1: General requirements basic safety and essential performance) • ANSI/AAMI ES 60601-1: 2005/(R)2012 and A1:2012, C1:2009/(R)2012 and A2:2010/(R)2012 - Med. El. Equip., Part 1: general req. for basic safety and essential performance. • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60601-1: 14 Medical Electrical Equipment - Part 1: General Requirements for Basic Safety and Essential Performance (Harmonized with Ed. 3.1) EMC: • IEC 60601-1-2: 2014 • EN 60601-1-2: 2015 • EN 55011 / CISPR11 (MDSC-8231: Class B) National Scandinavian Deviations for CL. 1.7.2 Finland: "Laite on liitettävä suojamaadoituskoskettimilla varustettuun pistorasiaan" Norway: "Apparatet må tilkoples jordet stikkontakt" Sweden: "Apparaten skall anslutas till jordat uttag" 6.2 Environmental information Disposal Information Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment This symbol on the product indicates that, under the European Directive (EU) 2015/863 governing waste from electrical and electronic equipment, this product must not be disposed of with other municipal waste. 48 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Important information Please dispose of your waste equipment by handing it over to a designated collection point for the recycling of waste electrical and electronic equipment. To prevent possible harm to the environment or human health from uncontrolled waste disposal, please separate these items from other types of waste and recycle them responsibly to promote the sustainable reuse of material resources. For more information about recycling of this product, please contact your local city office or your municipal waste disposal service. For details, please visit the Barco website at: barco.com/en/AboutBarco/weee Turkey RoHS compliance Türkiye Cumhuriyeti: AEEE Yönetmeliğine Uygundur. [Republic of Turkey: In conformity with the WEEE Regulation] 中国大陆 RoHS Chinese Mainland RoHS 根据中国大陆《电器电子产品有害物质限制使用管理办法》(也称为中国大陆RoHS), 以下部分列出了 Barco产品中可能包含的有毒和/或有害物质的名称和含量。中国大陆RoHS指令包含在中国信息产业部MCV标 准:“电子信息产品中有毒物质的限量要求”中。 According to the “Management Methods for the Restriction of the Use of Hazardous Substances in Electrical and Electronic Products ” (Also called RoHS of Chinese Mainland), the table below lists the names and contents of toxic and/or hazardous substances that Barco’s product may contain. The RoHS of Chinese Mainland is included in the MCV standard of the Ministry of Information Industry of China, in the section “Limit Requirements of toxic substances in Electronic Information Products”.

零件项目(名称) Component name 有毒有害物质或元素 Hazardous substances and elements

铅 Pb 汞 Hg 镉 Cd 六价铬 Cr6+ 多溴联苯 PBB 多溴二苯醚 PBDE

印制电路配件 Printed Circuit Assemblies 液晶面板 LCD panel 外接电(线)缆 External Cables 內部线路 Internal wiring 金属外壳 Metal enclosure 塑胶外壳 Plastic enclosure 散热片(器) Heatsinks 风扇 Fan 电源供应器 Power Supply Unit 文件说明书 Paper Manuals X O O O O O X O O O O O X O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O O X O O O O O O O O O O O

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Important information 零件项目(名称) Component name 有毒有害物质或元素 Hazardous substances and elements

铅 Pb 汞 Hg 镉 Cd 六价铬 Cr6+ 多溴联苯 PBB 多溴二苯醚 PBDE

光盘说明书 CD manual 本表格依据SJ/T 11364的规定编制 O O O O O O

This table is prepared in accordance with the provisions of SJ/T 11364. O: 表示该有毒有害物质在该部件所有均质材料中的含量均在 GB/T 26572 标准规定的限量要求以下. O: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in all of the homogeneous materials for this part is below the limit requirement in GB/T 26572. X: 表示该有毒有害物质至少在该部件的某一均质材料中的含量超出 GB/T 26572 标准规定的限量要求. X: Indicates that this toxic or hazardous substance contained in at least one of the homogeneous materials used for this part is above the limit requirement in GB/T 26572. 在中国大陆销售的相应电子信息产品(EIP)都必须遵照中国大陆《电子电气产品有害物质限制使用标识要 求》标准贴上环保使用期限(EFUP)标签。Barco产品所采用的EFUP标签(请参阅实例,徽标内部的编号使 用于指定产品)基于中国大陆的《电子信息产品环保使用期限通则》标准。 All Electronic Information Products (EIP) that are sold within Chinese Mainland must comply with the “Marking for the restriction of the use of hazardous substances in electrical and electronic product” of Chinese Mainland, marked with the Environmental Friendly Use Period (EFUP) logo. The number inside the EFUP logo that Barco uses (please refer to the photo) is based on the “General guidelines of environment-friendly use period of electronic information products” of Chinese Mainland. 10 RoHS Directive 2011/65/EC on the restriction of certain hazardous substances in electrical and electronic equipment. According to what declared by our components suppliers, this product is RoHS compliant. 6.3 Biological hazard and returns Overview The structure and the specifications of this device as well as the materials used for manufacturing makes it easy to wipe and clean and therefore suitable to be used for various applications in hospitals and other medical environments, where procedures for frequent cleaning are specified. However, normal use shall exclude biological contaminated environments, to prevent spreading of infections. Therefore use of this device in such environments is at the exclusive risk of Customer. In case this device is used where potential biological contamination cannot be excluded. Customer shall implement the decontamination process as defined in the latest edition of the ANSI/AAMI ST35 standard on each single failed Product that is returned for servicing, repair, reworking or failure investigation to Seller (or to the Authorized Service Provider). At least one adhesive yellow label shall be attached on the top site of the package of returned Product and accompanied by a declaration statement proving the Product has been successfully decontaminated. Returned Products that are not provided with such external decontamination label, and/or whenever such declaration is missing, can be rejected by Seller (or by the Authorized Service Provider) and shipped back at Customer expenses. 50 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Important information 6.4 Regulatory compliance information Indications for use This device is intended to be used in operation rooms, to display images from endoscopic cameras, room and boom cameras, ultrasound, cardiology, PACS, anesthesiology and patient information. It is not intended for diagnosis. Manufacturing country The manufacturing country of the product is indicated on the product label (“Made in …”). Importers contact information To find your local importer, contact one of Barco’s regional offices via the contact information provided on our website ( barco.com). FCC class B This device complies with Part 15 of the FCC Rules. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. This device has been tested and found to comply with the limits for a Class B digital device, pursuant to Part 15 of the FCC Rules. These limits are designed to provide reasonable protection against harmful interference in a residential installation. This device generates, uses and can radiate radio frequency energy and, if not installed and used in accordance with the instructions, may cause harmful interference to radio communications. However, there is no guarantee that interference will not occur in a particular installation. If this device does cause harmful interference to radio or television reception, which can be determined by turning the device off and on, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna. • Increase the separation between the device and receiver. • Connect the device into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced radio/TV technician for help. Changes or modifications not expressly approved by the party responsible for compliance could void the user's authority to operate the equipment. Canadian notice CAN ICES-1/NMB-1 6.5 EMC notice General information No specific requirement on the use of external cables or other accessories except power supply. With the installation of the device, use only the delivered power supply or a spare part provided by the legal manufacturer. Using another can result in a decrease of the immunity level of the device. Electromagnetic emissions The MDSC-8231 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment (IEC 60601-1-2 4th edition) specified below. The customer or the user of the MDSC-8231 should assure that it is used in such an environment. K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 51 Important information Emissions test Compliance Electromagnetic environment – Guidance

RF emissions CISPR 11 RF emissions CISPR 11 Group 1 The MDSC-8231 uses RF energy only for its internal function. Therefore, its RF emissions are very low and are not likely to cause any interference in nearby electronic equipment. Class B The MDSC-8231 is suitable for use in all establishments, including

Harmonic emissions IEC 61000-3-2 Voltage fluctuations/ flicker emissions IEC 61000-3-3 Class D Complies domestic establishments and those directly connected to the public low voltage power supply network that supplies buildings used for domestic purposes.

This MDSC-8231 complies with appropriate medical EMC standards on emissions to, and interference from surrounding equipment. Operation is subject to the following two conditions: (1) this device may not cause harmful interference, and (2) this device must accept any interference received, including interference that may cause undesired operation. Interference can be determined by turning the equipment off and on. If this equipment does cause harmful interference to, or suffer from harmful interference of, surrounding equipment, the user is encouraged to try to correct the interference by one or more of the following measures: • Reorient or relocate the receiving antenna or equipment. • Increase the separation between the equipment and receiver. • Connect the equipment into an outlet on a circuit different from that to which the receiver is connected. • Consult the dealer or an experienced technician for help. Electromagnetic immunity The MDSC-8231 is intended for use in the electromagnetic environment (IEC 60601-1-2 4th edition) specified below. The customer or the user of the MDSC-8231 should assure that it is used in such an environment.

Immunity test IEC 60601-1-2 4th edition (2014) Test levels Compliance level Electromagnetic environment – guidance

Electrostatic discharge (ESD) IEC 61000-4-2 Electrical fast transient/ burst IEC 61000-4-4 Surge IEC61000-4-5 Voltage dips, short interruptions and voltage variations on power supply input lines IEC 61000-4-11 ± 8kV contact ± 15kV air ± 2kV for power supply lines ± 1kV for input/ output lines ± 1 kV line(s) to line(s) ± 2 kV line(s) to earth < 5% UT 1(> 95% dip in UT) for 0.5 cycle 40% UT (60% dip in UT) for 5 cycles 70% UT (30% dip in UT) for 25 cycles < 5% UT (>95% dip in UT) for 5 seconds ± 8kV contact ± 15kV air ± 2kV for power supply lines ± 1kV for input/ output lines ± 1 kV line(s) to line(s) ± 2 kV line(s) to earth < 5% UT (> 95% dip in UT) for 0.5 cycle 40% UT (60% dip in UT) for 5 cycles 70% UT (30% dip in UT) for 25 cycles < 5% UT (>95% dip in UT) for 5 seconds Floors should be wood, concrete or ceramic tile. If floors are covered with synthetic material, the relative humidity should be at least 30% Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment Mains power quality should be that of a typical commercial or hospital environment Mains power quality should by that of a typical commercial or hospital environment. If the user of the MDSC-8231 requires continued operation during power mains interruptions, it is recommended that the

1: is the a.c. mains voltage prior to application of the test level. 52 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231

Immunity test IEC 60601-1-2 4th edition (2014) Test levels Important information Compliance level Electromagnetic environment – guidance MDSC-8231 be powered from an uninterruptible power supply or a battery.

Power frequency (50/60 Hz) magnetic field IEC 61000-4-8 30 A/m 30 A/m Power frequency magnetic fields should be at levels characteristic of a typical location in a typical commercial or hospital environment.

Conducted RF IEC 61000-4-6 Radiated RF IEC 61000-4-3 3 V/m (150 kHz to 80 MHz) 9 to 28 V/m in communication service channels up to 6 GHz 3 V/m (150 kHz to 80 MHz) 9 to 28 V/m in communication service channels up to 6 GHz Portable and mobile RF communications equipment should be used no closer to any part of the MDSC-8231, including cables, than the recommended separation distance calculated from the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter. Recommended separation distance d = 1.2√P d = 1.2√P 80 MHz to 800 MHz d = 2.3√P 800 MHz to 2.5 Ghz Where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer and d is the recommended separation distance in meters (m). Field strengths from fixed RF transmitters, as determined by an electromagnetic site survey,2 should be less than the compliance level in each frequency range.3 Interference may occur in the vicinity of equipment marked with symbol:

At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the higher frequency range applies. 2: Field strengths from fixed transmitters, such as base stations for radio (cellular/cordless) telephones and land mobile radios, amateur radio, AM and FM radio broadcast and TV broadcast cannot be predicted theoretically with accuracy. To assess the electromagnetic environment due to fixed RF transmitters, an electromagnetic site survey should be considered. If the measured field strength in the location in which the MDSC-8231 is used exceeds the applicable RF compliance level above, the MDSC-8231 should be observed to verify normal operation. If abnormal performance is observed, additional measures may be necessary, such as re-orienting or relocating the MDSC-8231. 3: Over the frequency range 150 kHz to 80 MHz, field strengths should be less than 3 V/m. K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 53 Important information These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection from structures, objects and people. Recommended separation distance The MDSC-8231 is intended for use in an electromagnetic environment in which radiated RF disturbances are controlled. The customer of the user of the MDSC-8231 can help prevent electromagnetic interference by maintaining a minimum distance between portable and mobile RF communications equipment (transmitters) and the MDSC-8231 as recommended below, according to the maximum output power of the communications equipment.

Rated maximum output Separation distance according to frequency of transmitter

power of transmitter 4 W 150kHz to 80MHz d=1.2√P 80MHz to 800MHz d=1.2√P 800MHz to 2.5GHz d=2.3√P

0.01 0.12 0.12 0.23 0.1 0.38 0.38 0.73 1 1.2 1.2 2.3 10 3.8 3.8 7.3 100 12 12 23 At 80 MHz and 800 MHz, the separation distance for the higher frequency range applies. These guidelines may not apply in all situations. Electromagnetic propagation is affected by absorption and reflection form structures, object and people. 6.6 Cleaning and disinfection Instructions • Be sure to unplug the power cord from the mains when cleaning your LCD monitor. • Take care not to scratch the front surface with any hard or abrasive material. • Dust, finger marks, grease etc. can be removed with a soft damp cloth (a small amount of mild detergent can be used on the damp cloth). • Wipe off water drop immediately. Possible cleaning solutions • 250 ppm chlorine solution • NaCI solution 0.9% – Sodim chloride 00-236 • Bacillol AF • 1.6 percent aqueous ammonia • Cidex® (2.4 percent glutaraldehyde solution) • Sodium hypochlorite (bleach) 10 percent • “Green soap” (USP) • Like Cleansafe® optical cleaning liquid • Isopropanol • Haemosol solution (1% in 1 liter water) • Chlorehexidine 0,5% in 70% Ethanol 4: For transmitters rated at a maximum output power not listed above, the recommended separation distance d in meters (m) can be estimated using the equation applicable to the frequency of the transmitter. Where P is the maximum output power rating of the transmitter in watts (W) according to the transmitter manufacturer. 54 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Important information 6.7 Explanation of symbols Symbols on the device On the device or power supply, you may find the following symbols (nonrestrictive list): Indicates the device meets the requirements of the applicable EC directives. Indicates compliance with Part 15 of the FCC rules (Class A or Class B) Indicates the device is approved according to the UL Recognition regulations MEDICAL – GENERAL MEDICAL EQUIPMENT AS TO ELECTRICAL SHOCK, FIRE AND MECHANICAL HAZARDS ONLY IN ACCORDANCE WITH ANSI/AAMI AS60601-1:2005/(R)2012, CSA CAN/CSA C222.2 NO. 60601-1:14 Indicates the device is approved according to the UL Demko regulations Indicates the device is approved according to the CCC regulations S&E Indicates the device is approved according to the VCCI regulations Indicates the device is approved according to the KC regulations Indicates the device is approved according to the BSMI regulations Indicates the device is approved according to the PSE regulations Indicates the device is approved according to the RCM regulations Indicates the device is approved according to the EAC regulations Caution: Federal law (United Stated of America) restricts this device to sale by or on the order of a licensed healthcare practitioner.

IS 13252 (Part 1) IEC 60950-1 R-xxxxxxxx Indicates the device is approved according to the BIS regulations Indicates the USB connectors on the device

K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 55 Important information Indicates the DisplayPort connectors on the device Indicates the legal manufacturer Indicates the manufacturing date

yy xx Indicates the temperature limitations5 for the device to safely operate within specs.

SNIndicates the device serial number REFIndicates the device part number or catalogue number Warning: dangerous voltage Caution Consult the operating instructions Indicates this device must not be thrown in the trash but must be recycled, according to the European WEEE (Waste Electrical and Electronic Equipment) directive Indicates Direct Current (DC) Indicates Alternating Current (AC) Stand-by Equipotentiality Protective earth (ground) or Symbols on the box On the box of the device, you may find the following symbols (nonrestrictive list): 5: Values for xx and yy can be found in the technical specifications paragraph. 56 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231

1n5 or Important information Indicates a device that can be broken or damaged if not handled carefully when being stored. Indicates a device that needs to be protected from moisture when being stored. Indicates the storage direction of the box. The box must be transported, handled and stored in such a way that the arrows always point upwards. Indicates the maximum number of identical boxes which may be stacked on each other, where “n” is the limiting number. n Indicates the weight of the box and that it should be carried with two persons. xx-yy xx-yy Kgor xx-yy yy +60 °C xx -20 °C Indicates that the box should not be cut with a knife, a cutter or any other sharp object. Indicates the temperature limits6 to which the device can be safely exposed when being stored.

yy Indicates the range6 of humidity to which the device can be safely exposed when being

85 % 5x% stored.

yyy Indicates the range6of atmospheric pressure to which the device can be safely

106 kPa 50 xx kPa exposed when being stored.

6.8 Legal disclaimer Disclaimer notice Although every attempt has been made to achieve technical accuracy in this document, we assume no responsibility for errors that may be found. Our goal is to provide you with the most accurate and usable documentation possible; if you discover errors, please let us know. Barco software products are the property of Barco. They are distributed under copyright by Barco NV or Barco Inc., for use only under the specific terms of a software license agreement between Barco NV or Barco Inc. and the licensee. No other use, duplication, or disclosure of a Barco software product, in any form, is authorized. The specifications of Barco products are subject to change without notice. Trademarks All trademarks and registered trademarks are property of their respective owners. Copyright notice This document is copyrighted. All rights are reserved. Neither this document, nor any part of it, may be reproduced or copied in any form or by any means - graphical, electronic, or mechanical including photocopying, taping or information storage and retrieval systems - without written permission of Barco. © 2018 Barco NV all rights reserved. 6: Values for xx and yy can be found in the technical specifications paragraph. K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 57 Important information 6.9 Technical specifications MDSC-8231 LED Screen technology TFT AM LCD / IPS-PRO technology / LED backlight

LCD panel active screen size (diagonal) LCD panel active screen size (H x V) 31.1” / 789 mm 698 x 368 mm

LCD panel aspect ratio (H:V) 17:9 LCD panel resolution 4k-2k (4096 x 2160) Pixel pitch 0.1704 mm Color support 1073 million (10-bit) Color gamut Native: Wide color gamut (96% DCI-P3) Calibrated color space: ITU 709 (default), BT. 2020, DCI-P3 D65 Viewing angle (H, V) 178° Hor / 178° Ver Luminance Native: 550 cd/m² (Typical) Default setting: 450 cd/ m² @6500K stabilized Backlight sensor Automatic backlight stabilization Contrast ratio 1400:1 (typical) LCD response time (Tr + Tf) 20 ms (typical) White point Native: 7200K (Typical) Calibrated: 5600K, 6500K, 7600K, 9300K Gamma Native, 1.8, 2.2, 2.4, DICOM, Video Housing color RAL 9003 Screen protection 2-side anti-reflective alkali-aluminosilicate glass Keyboard Capacitive touch keyboard Video input signals 4K-UHD input • 1x DP 1.1 up to 4096 x 2160 @30Hz • 2x DP 1.1 up to 2048 x 2160 @50Hz/60Hz • 1x DP 1.2 MST up to 4096 x 2160 @50Hz/60Hz • 2 x HDMI 2.0 up to 4096 x 2160 @50Hz/60Hz FHD input (upscaled to UHD) • 1x DVI • 1x 3G-SDI Video output signals 1x 3G-SDI (3G-SDI input loopthrough) 1x DVI (image on screen downscaled to FHD) Video formats • DisplayPort 1.2 MST (10 bit) up to 3840 x 2160 @60Hz RGB 30 bits/ pixel • Dual stream DP 1.1 (10–bit) up to 1920 x 2160 x 2 @60Hz RGB 30 bits/ pixel • HDMI 2.0 up to 4096x2160 @60Hz RGB/YCbCr (4:2:0/4:2:2/4:4:4) with HDCP 2.2 and 1.4 • HDMI 1.4 up to 4096x2160 @30Hz RGB/YCbCr (4:2:2/4:4:4) with HDCP 1.4 Remote control Use Type B port for FW download & DDC protocol on DVI and DP auxiliary channel (on DP main connector) Power consumption (Max) 165W / 24V ± 10% External power supply AC input: 100 – 250 VAC / 47-63 Hz auto-switch DC output: +24 VDC / 10 A Max power out: 250 W DC power output DVI connector: +5V on pin 14 & 16 / 500mA DP connector: +3.3V / 500mA DC out connector: +5V / 2A 58 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Important information Power management Low power mode: 18W (typical) Power-off: ~ 1 W Dimensions display (W x H x D) 777 x 472 x 93 mm (30.6 x 18.6 x 3.7 in) Net weight display 12.1 kg (26.6 lbs) Net weight packaged 17.0 kg (37.5 lbs) Mounting standard VESA (100 x 100 mm, 200 x 100 mm) Certifications • ANSI/AAMI ES 60601-1:2005/(R)2012 and A1:2012, C1:2009/(R)2012 and A2:2010/(R)2012 - Med. El. Equip., Part 1: general req. for basic safety and essential performance • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60601-1: 14 Medical Electrical Equipment - Part 1: General Requirements for Basic Safety and Essential Performance (Harmonized with Ed. 3.1) • IEC 60601-1: 2012 Edition 3.1 (Medical electrical equipment – Part 1: General requirements for basic safety and essential performance) • EN 60601-1: 2006 + A1:2013 (Medical electrical equipment - Part 1: General requirements for safety) • Electromagnetic Compatibility: EMC Medical EMC Standards: IEC60601-1-2, EN55011 /CISPR 11, FCC CFR47 part 15 & 18/Class B • Approvals/Marking: CE, c-UL-us, DEMKO • ROHS-2, REACH, WEEE compliant Operating temperature 0 ÷ 35 °C (for performance); 0 ÷ 40 °C (for safety) Storage temperature -20 ÷ +60°C Operating humidity 10 ÷ 90% (non-condensing) Storage humidity 5 ÷ 90% (non-condensing) MDSC-8231 MNA Screen technology TFT AM LCD / IPS-PRO technology / LED backlight

LCD panel active screen size (diagonal) LCD panel active screen size (H x V) 31.1” / 789 mm 698 x 368 mm

LCD panel aspect ratio (H:V) 17:9 LCD panel resolution 4k-2k (4096 x 2160) Pixel pitch 0.1704 mm Color support 1073 million (10-bit) Color gamut Native: Wide color gamut (96% DCI-P3) Calibrated color space: ITU 709 (default), BT. 2020, DCI-P3 D65 Viewing angle (H, V) 178° Hor / 178° Ver Luminance Native: 550 cd/m² (Typical) Default setting: 450 cd/ m² @6500K stabilized Backlight sensor Automatic backlight stabilization Contrast ratio 1400:1 (typical) LCD response time (Tr + Tf) 20 ms (typical) White point Native: 7200K (Typical) Calibrated: 5600K, 6500K, 7600K, 9300K Gamma Native, 1.8, 2.2, 2.4, DICOM, Video Housing color RAL 9003 Screen protection 2-side anti-reflective alkali-aluminosilicate glass Keyboard Capacitive touch keyboard Video input signals 4K-UHD input • 1x DP 1.1 up to 4096 x 2160 @30Hz • 2x DP 1.1 up to 2048 x 2160 @50Hz/60Hz • 1x DP 1.2 MST up to 4096 x 2160 @50Hz/60Hz 2x FO SFP+ for 4K-UHD Nexxis link K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 59

Important information FHD input (upscaled to UHD) • 1x DVI • 1x 3G-SDI

Video output signals 1x 3G-SDI (3G-SDI input loopthrough) 1x DVI (image on screen downscaled to FHD) Video formats • DisplayPort 1.2 MST (10 bit) up to 3840 x 2160 @60Hz RGB 30 bits/ pixel • Dual stream DP 1.1 (10–bit) up to 1920 x 2160 x 2 @60Hz RGB 30 bits/ pixel • HDMI 2.0 up to 4096x2160 @60Hz RGB/YCbCr (4:2:0/4:2:2/4:4:4) with HDCP 2.2 and 1.4 • HDMI 1.4 up to 4096x2160 @30Hz RGB/YCbCr (4:2:2/4:4:4) with HDCP 1.4 Integrated Nexxis 4k decoder MNA-240 Decoder integrated Remote control FW download, DDC protocol on DVI and DP auxiliary channel (on DP main connector) & control protocol through network connection Power consumption (Max) 190W / 24V ± 10% External power supply AC input: 100 – 250 VAC / 47-63 Hz auto-switch DC output: +24 VDC / 10 A Max power out: 250 W DC power output DVI connector: +5V on pin 14 & 16 / 500mA DP connector: +3.3V / 500mA USB connector: +5V / 1A DC out connector: +5V / 2A Power management Low power mode: 52W (typical) Power-off: ~ 1 W Dimensions display (W x H x D) 777 x 472 x 93 mm (30.6 x 18.6 x 3.7 in) Net weight display 12.7 kg (28.0 lbs) Net weight packaged 17.5 kg (38.6 lbs) Mounting standard VESA (100 x 100 mm, 200 x 100 mm) Certifications • ANSI/AAMI ES 60601-1:2005/(R)2012 and A1:2012, C1:2009/(R)2012 and A2:2010/(R)2012 - Med. El. Equip., Part 1: general req. for basic safety and essential performance • CAN/CSA-C22.2 No. 60601-1: 14 Medical Electrical Equipment - Part 1: General Requirements for Basic Safety and Essential Performance (Harmonized with Ed. 3.1) • IEC 60601-1: 2012 Edition 3.1 (Medical electrical equipment – Part 1: General requirements for basic safety and essential performance) • EN 60601-1: 2006 + A1:2013 (Medical electrical equipment - Part 1: General requirements for safety) • Electromagnetic Compatibility: EMC Medical EMC Standards: IEC60601-1-2, EN55011 /CISPR 11, FCC CFR47 part 15 & 18/Class B • Approvals/Marking: CE, c-UL-us, DEMKO • ROHS-2, REACH, WEEE compliant Operating temperature 0 ÷ 35 °C (for performance); 0 ÷ 40 °C (for safety) Storage temperature -20 ÷ +60°C Operating humidity 10 ÷ 90% (non-condensing) Storage humidity 5 ÷ 90% (non-condensing) Timings full-HD & 4MP Format SDI DVI HDMI DP 1.1 720x487i@59.94Hz (NTSC) Y N N N 720x480p@59.94Hz N Y Y Y 60 K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 Important information 720x480p@60.00Hz N Y Y Y 720x576i@50.00Hz (PAL I) Y N N Y 720x576p@50.00Hz N Y Y Y 800x600p@56.25Hz N Y N Y 800x600p@60.317Hz N Y N Y 800x600p@72.19Hz N Y N Y 800x600p@75.00Hz N Y N Y 1024x768p@60.004Hz N Y N Y 1024x768p@70.069Hz N Y N Y 1024x768p@75.029Hz N Y N Y 1024x768p@85.00Hz N Y N Y 1152x864p@75.00Hz N Y N Y 1280x720p@29.97Hz N Y N Y 1280x720p@30.00Hz N Y N Y 1280x720p@50.00Hz Y Y Y Y 1280x720p@59.94Hz Y Y Y Y 1280x720p@60.00Hz Y Y Y Y 1280x1024p@60.013Hz N Y N Y 1280x1024p@75.025Hz N Y N Y 1280x1024p@85.00Hz N Y N Y 1400x1050p@60.00Hz N Y N Y 1600x1200p@60.00Hz N Y N Y 1680x1050p@59.95Hz N Y N Y 1920X1080i@50Hz Y Y Y Y 1920X1080i@59.94Hz Y Y Y Y 1920X1080i@60Hz Y Y Y Y 1920x1080p@25Hz Y Y Y Y 1920x1080p@29.97Hz Y Y Y Y 1920x1080p@30.00Hz Y Y Y Y 1920x1080p@50.00Hz Y Y Y Y 1920x1080p@59.94Hz Y Y Y Y 1920x1080p@60.00Hz Y Y Y Y 1920x1200p@60.00Hz Y Y Y Y 2048x1536p@60.00Hz N N N Y K5902130 (451920612473)-02 MDSC-8231 61 Important information 2560x1440p@60.00Hz N N Y Y 2560x1600p@60.00Hz N N Y Y Timings UHD / 4K Format HDMI DP 1.1 DP 1.2 MST 3840x2160@25.00Hz Y Y Y 3840x2160@30.00Hz Y Y Y 3840x2160@50.00Hz Y N Y 3840x2160@60.00Hz Y N Y 4096x2160@25.00Hz Y Y Y 4096x2160@30.00Hz Y Y Y 4096x2160@50.00Hz Y N Y 4096x2160@60.00Hz Y N Y Dimensions

2 74 2 74 777 92 701 2 . 1 7 3 200 288.5 100 0 0 1 6 8 1

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