Technology | Flat Panel Displays | October 02, 2015

NEC Display Solutions Exhibiting New 21-inch Diagnostic Monitor at RSNA 2015

New features include automatic brightness adjustment, quick DICOM quality assurance checks

NEC_MDC212C2

October 1, 2015 — The 21-inch NEC MultiSync MD212C2 referral-grade widescreen diagnostic display from NEC Display Solutions is designed for the demanding needs of healthcare professionals in medical imaging and picture archiving and communication systems (PACS). This model has an IPS panel to provide precise color reproduction and wide viewing angles, as well as an integrated front sensor which constantly monitors and adjusts brightness to maintain the factory DICOM GSDF calibration. The MD212C2 also includes a human presence sensor that can automatically dim the screen to conserve power, a Quick QA function for checking DICOM conformance without a computer, and its stand has four-way ergonomic functionality, including height-adjust, swivel, tilt and pivot. The display has the ability to schedule self-calibration and self-measurement using the included front sensor without a computer. This will ensure stability even if the connected PC is turned off. The display offers DisplayPort, DVI-D, HDMI and VGA inputs, built-in three-port USB hub with DisplaySync Pro, 14-bit lookup tables (LUTs) with 1,024 levels of gray for smooth images and hardware calibration.

For more information: www.necdisplay.com

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