Elo 1519LM - 15" Desktop Medical Grade Touchmonitor


  • 15.6" Widescreen (1366x768) Display 

  • High quality panel with outstanding image clarity

  • Available with AccuTouch (five-wire resistive), IntelliTouch (surface acoustic wave) or projected capacitive (PCAP) touch technologies

  • Economical and reliable

  • Design is tightly controlled by Elo specifications

  • Sealed touchscreen

  • Compliant with multiple safety and electrical certifications

  • Sleek and thin design with “Built for Touch” reliability

  • Desktop with removable base with mounting options

  • Built-in speakers

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The fully featured 1519LM touchmonitor offers best-in-class optical performance mated to leading touch technologies -IntelliTouch surface acoustic wave, AccuTouch five-wire resistive and projected capacitive with multi-touch capability -in addition to a combination USB and serial touch controller, DVI, VGA and built-in speakers. The monitor is available in white, touch and non-touch enabled versions.

The 1519LM is compliant with multiple safety and electrical certifications including EN 60950-1 and EN60601-1 for safety and EN 60950-1, EN55022, EN55024, and EN 60601-1 (3rd Edition) for EMC and the 1519LM meets RoHS compliance. As a result the 1519LM is an excellent fit for a wide variety of settings, including healthcare.

The Elo 1519LM touchmonitor is an effective solution for System Integrators, Value-Added Resellers and Software Developers to consider integrating into their healthcare applications such as nursing stations, computer-aided therapy, electronic medical record keeping, paperless charting, patient self check-in / registration or point–of-information installations, as well as non-medical applications that benefit from DVI-D input, speakers and a pristine image display.

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