December 11, 2009 – A new medical desktop display monitor designed for the demanding needs of medical imaging and PACS, was released during RSNA 2009 last week.
The NEC MultiSync MD213MC is a 21.3-inch, high-bright, high-resolution, 3-megapixel (MP) color display that features the flexibility of a color display with image performance rivaling grayscale displays.
Benefits of this medically certified display include:
• NEC’s UA-SFT 3MP (1,536 by 2,048) liquid crystal technology offers high brightness without compromising contrast or viewing angles, making the image quality outstanding for color or grayscale images.
• ColorComp digital uniformity correction reduces screen uniformity errors and compensates for differences in color/grayscale and luminance across the entire screen.
• Integrated tri-stimulus (three-color) sensor receives more light information than standard (brightness only) sensors and, therefore, is extremely accurate and stable.
• Each NEC MultiSync MD213MC monitor is calibrated out of the box to the DICOM grayscale display function for luminance.
• 12-bit gamma provides for more finely detailed, high-definition rendering of color images and crisper display of even the most delicate shadings and color differences.
• GammaComp MD software, included with each display, ensures consistent image quality. The software provides a simple interface for conformance to the DICOM standard, while providing an easy-to-use QA environment for medical imaging. Optionally, Gamma-Comp MD Administrator provides computer networks with centralized control and management of multiple display systems.
For consistent image quality the built in front sensor constantly monitors and maintains brightness for optimal DICOM GSDF calibration and for non-assisted conformance, calibration and reporting functions, the sensor is capable of measuring monitor brightness, white-point and contrast response.
For optimal image viewing in any lighting condition, the MD213MC’s built-in ambient light sensor can automatically adjust the calibration of the display to suit the environment.
For more information: www.necdisplay.com