Technology | Flat Panel Displays | November 03, 2016

Canvys Announces New 4K2K Custom Display Series

High-definition custom monitors deliver image quality four times that of full HD

Canvys, 4K2K custom displays, medical monitors, Richardson Healthcare, RSNA 2016

November 3, 2016 — Canvys, a division of Richardson Electronics Ltd., expands its product portfolio with a family of custom displays that deliver 4K × 2K resolution (3,840 × 2,160 pixels), four times that of full high definition (HD). The new 4K2K custom display series is available in seven screen sizes: 23.8-, 27-, 31.5-, 55-, 58-, 65- and 84 inches.

These 4K2K monitors deliver sharp, precise, detailed images with enhanced depth and color representation. In addition to displaying high-quality images, the monitors are multi-modality. Depending on the screen size and inputs, up to eight windows from eight different sources can be displayed on one screen at the same time.

The new series is ideal for medical and industrial applications. Compared to displays with full HD, 4K2K monitors can aid in faster and more accurate diagnosis. The 4K2K picture-in-picture function is especially useful in diagnostic interpretation. This function allows medical staff to view and compare two images side-by-side on a single screen in 2K by 2K resolution without losing image quality. In addition, almost all devices have a medical approval in accordance with the latest regulations.

The 4K2K series is custom-engineered by Canvys. Custom options and services include:

  • Needs assessment, custom engineering and prototyping;
  • Touch and protective shield integration – latest technologies;
  • Injection molding, deep drawing, SLA prototyping and strand-casting;
  • Various housing designs such as open frame, panel/chassis/rack mount, rugged to slim and light weight designs;
  • A wide range of controller solutions with inputs in many combinations;
  • Single Board Controller and PC integration;
  • In-depth testing and validation processes applied throughout the product development; and
  • Regulatory approvals

For more information: www.canvys.com

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