November 24, 2021 — The rise of digital imaging technology has quickly changed the way in which patient data are used and distributed within hospitals and increasingly from home offices utilizing teleradiology.

The DBI CL8MP32C perfectly fits the requirements for teleradiology or home read stations. Outperforming its commercial counterparts, the DBI CL8MPS32C includes a front sensor for auto-DICOM calibration, an ultra-thin bezel, flicker safe technology to reduce eye strain, brightness stabilization to ensure image consistency over time and CFS Calibration software for DICOM testing, reporting and alerting. This 32” 8MP unit features 350 cd/m2 calibrated luminance, displays Picture-By-Picture mode (showing two 4-megapixel screens) or single screen mode compatible with PACS software applications and HDMI and Display Port inputs. DBI also offers this as a bundled solution with ultra slim form factor CPUs to optimize space and be aesthetically pleasing in a home office environment. Workstation desks and ergonomic seating can also be configured with this home read station.

“This display is FDA-cleared and provides a unique radiology display workflow solution when paired with Double Black Imaging’s knowledge, service and comprehensive calibration software solutions”, said Joe Lloyd, Double Black Imaging CEO.

Double Black Imaging is pairing the CL8MPS with its CFS Calibration Software Suite for automatic DICOM calibration and conformance. Additional workflow enhancement tools, such as auto-dimming capability, image pinpointing, cursor wrap, and cursor genie, boost productivity and improve the user experience.

Double Black Imaging is exhibiting at booth #3129 at RSNA 2021.

For more information: www.doubleblackimaging.com

 

 

 

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