Hospital Grade LED Edge-lit HDTV

42" class (42.0" measured diagonally) Pro:Centric™ Single Tuner™ HDTV with HD-PPV Capability

42LQ640H

  • HOSPITAL SAFETY STANDARD COMPLIANT
  • CONVENIENT FOR PATIENTS AND HOSPITAL STAFF
  • EASY MANAGEMENT

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Pro:Idiom

Global Leading Digital Rights Management System

Pro:Idiom unlocks access to premium content to help assure rapid and broad deployment of HDTV and other high value digital content.

Pro:Idiom has been designed specifically for users of premium HDTV content from cable, satellite, or video on demand (VOD) services, and is thus designed to lower costs and reduce maintenance needs. This leading DRM system is embraced for its security solution, which prevents illegal copying of copyrighted content.

The 42LQ640H Pro:Centric Applications Platform

Interactive Patient Room Experience
An industry leading Pay-Per-View (PPV) compatible television that also supports the Pro:Centric platform, LG’s new 42LQ640H allows healthcare facilities to customize the patient room experience. Pro:Centric provides an easy way for the 42LQ640H to interface with interactive program guides, games and internet data feeds, as well as applications designed to connect patients to services such as dietary menus and patient room information.

*May require additional software and hardware to support third party partner interactive systems or LG's own Free-To-Guest Pro:Centric Application.

Reduced Total Cost of Ownership

Using LG's optional Pro:Centric server, you can remotely manage cloning and channel mapping for TVs in guest rooms without having to visit each room.






EzManager’s auto configuration function makes installation quick and easy. EzManager guides the installer to set up the TV with simple steps without having to set up the menu manually, saving time and cost.

LG's Free-To-Guest Cost Effective Solution

When using LG televisions in Free-To-Guest hospital installations there are now two options for remote management of TV settings such as virtual channel mapping, cloning of installer menu settings, and other settings:
1. LG's Pro:Centric server (PCS150R)
Both remote management options avoid having to visit rooms to change television settings, thereby saving labor charges to carry out this work.

Free-To-Guest Remote Management Devices

Remote management functions also supported via the Pro:Centric server. The Pro:Centric Application software can be remotely added at a later
date to deliver the benefits of LG’s Applications features (Weather, EPG, Billboards...)

Express Script: Express Script Installer Menu Wizard

The Express Script Installer Menu Wizard enables users to customize essential items for viewing the TV the first time it is turned on. This 8 step process is a convenient and easy way to provide the preferred settings recommended by the facility. The Express Script Installer Menu Wizard can also be activated from the commercial installer menu.

Clone using a USB Memory Device

The 42LQ640H Healthcare TV has a convenient time and expense saver feature. A select number of Commercial menu items are cloning capable. This allows the cloning of a master TV to an infinite number of the same model target TV’s. This can be easily accomplished by using a standard USB
memory device. This time saving technique will allow the installers to program the preferred commercial settings from a master TV to all the required target televisions in a hospital facility in a matter of just a few minutes per TV.

Effectively Manage Patient Room TVs

The USB Cloning feature allows you to simply copy the TV settings onto all TVs using a USB stick, a process that is fully automated to save time
without having to set each TV one by one.

Energy Guide for 42LQ640H

The estimated annual energy cost determined in accordance with 16 CFR Part 305.5 for model 42LQ640H is $13.
“Your energy cost depends on your utility rates and use. The estimated cost is based on 11 cents per kWh and 5 hours of use per day. For more information, visit www.ftc.gov/energy.”*

*FTC Television labeling rule (18 CFR Part 305, as added by 76 Fed. Reg. 1038 (Jan 6, 2011)).

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