Technology | Flat Panel Displays | June 01, 2017

QUBYX Receives FDA Clearance for Dell Monitor UP3017 With PerfectLum Software

New offering bundles Dell UltraSharp UP3017 display with QUBYX PerfectLum calibration software

QUBYX Receives FDA Clearance for Dell Monitor UP3017 With PerfectLum Software

June 1, 2017 — QUBYX Software Technologies Inc. received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) clearance for its DICOM calibration tool and a Dell UP3017 monitor. The monitor is used for viewing medical images such as magnetic resonance imaging (MRI), computed tomography (CT), X-ray, ultrasound and others, as well as for review and diagnostics by trained medical practitioners.

QUBYX PerfectLum uses the 14 Bit internal LUT of the Dell 4k monitor to calibrate it to DICOM. The monitor has a 2,560×1,600 resolution at 16:10 aspect ratio. The bundle contains the calibration and verification software PerfectLum and the monitor. The software offers scheduling for calibration and quality control (QC) tests, history and a remote control feature. An administrator can monitor all the displays within the enterprise, launch calibration or/and QC checks and receive alerts.

For more information: www.qubyx.com

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