Technology | December 17, 2014

Double Black Imaging shows new 5 MP Color LED for Multi-Modality Imaging at RSNA 2014

LED system designed to meet ever-changing demands in the reading room allowing for multi-modality reads including mammography

Women's Healthcare, Flat Panel Displays, RSNA 2014, DBICK50-LED

Image courtesy of Double Black Imaging

December 17, 2014 — Double Black Imaging exhibited its new 5MP Color LED display for multi-modality imaging at RSNA 2014.  

The DBICX50-LED joins the full line of LED Auto-calibrating with X-Cal calibration software.  The X-Series LED backlit LCD line consists of a 2MP Monochrome and High-Bright Color, a 3MP Monochrome and High-Bright Color, 6MP High-Bright Color, a 5MP Monochrome and Color LCD and 10MP display for mammography. This line features higher brightness levels on each LCD, Digital uniformity Control, 14-Bit processing, a retractable front sensor for true DICOM calibration, a backlight sensor for luminance control and display port connectivity.  DBI bundles these LCDs with a high-speed graphic controller as well as X-Cal calibration software. 

Double Black Imaging also carries a full line of clinical displays, surgical displays and DICOMetrix PACS Performance Dashboard software. The X-Cal Web Calibration suite includes remote calibration ability via built in front sensors, comprehensive reporting available locally and remotely, email alerts for non-conformance, QA/QC visual patterns and ability to manage/launch calibrations/tests/reports for a network of displays remotely.

For more information: www.doubleblackimaging.com

 

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