Technology | December 12, 2014

NEC Displays Expands MD Series of Flat Panel Displays

New medical-grade and referral monitors offer calibrated brightness and high-definition viewing capabilities

The MD210C3 diagnostic monitor. Photo courtesy of NEC Display Solutions.

The MD322C8 diagnostic monitor. Photo courtesy of NEC Display Solutions.

December 12, 2014 – NEC Display Solutions of America announced two additions to its MultiSync MD Series portfolio of flat panel displays.

The 3-megapixel, 21.3-inch MD210C3 is a diagnostic monitor designed to meet the needs of healthcare facilities using picture archiving and communication systems (PACS) in diagnostic imaging. The 32-inch MD322C8 is an 8-megapixel, ultra high-definition clinical monitor which features four times the resolution of full HD. Both monitors are calibrated at the factory to the DICOM grayscale function for luminance.

The MD210C3 includes a front sensor to maintain calibrated brightness and features a human sensor that reduces the LCD brightness when a doctor leaves his or her desk, saving power and extending the life of the display

The MD322C8 is designed for calibrated, stable brightness, color accuracy and high pixel density, creating opportunities for pathology and surgical suite applications. It also includes an Open Pluggable Specification (OPS)-compliant option slot compatible with 3G / HD / SDI input cards, giving institutions flexibility in installations and future-proofing their investments

NEC Display also announced the availability of the CC-i1Pro2 traceable calibration sensor for medical applications. Compliant with the latest medical monitor regulations and procedures, the traceable sensor comes with a certificate of conformance and the ability for recertification.

For more information: www.necdisplay.com

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