News | March 05, 2008

FDA Clears NEC Display 5-Megapixel Grayscale Monitor

March 6, 2008 - NEC Display Solutions of America recently received FDA clearance for the MD205MG 5-megapixel flat-panel monitor, a grayscale display monitor that also forms the core of a new NEC medical bundled solution.

The NEC MD205-DRV bundled solution reportedly includes two MD205MG displays and a high-performance video card for medical applications from Realvision.

The 5-megapixel monitor is part of the MultiSync MD Series, a family of medical-grade LCDs designed specifically for radiology, PACS, MRI, CT and 3D applications. With a 2560 x 2048 native resolution, the NEC MD205MG display features in-plane switching (IPS) LCD technology, which reportedly offers powerful details of medical images and a possible 3,061 shades of gray. It also includes a backlight sensor and DICOM calibration, at a contrast ratio of 600:1. The display’s pivoting stand allows for use in landscape or portrait orientation, said the company.

For more information: www.necdisplay.com

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