Technology | June 19, 2013

New Philips Displays, Signage Solutions and DICOM Compliant Clinical Review Monitors Unveiled

MMD debuts two new Philips DICOM compliant clinical review displays

June 19, 2013 — The Philips 24-inch and 27-inch clinical review displays ensure that medical images are shown consistently with high quality to achieve reliable interpretations. The displays with clinical D-image preset are factory calibrated to give digital imaging and communications in medicine (DICOM) part 14 compatible grayscale standard display performance. By using high quality LCD panels with LED technology, Philips offers consistent and reliable performance at an affordable price point.

Both of these Philips clinical review displays use JIS Z2801 compliant antimicrobial additive in their housing material to combat the growing problem of germs in hospitals and clinical environments, which can cause life-threatening infections. The displays’ antimicrobial housing functions as a protective shield that impedes the growth of most common microorganisms such as "Staphylococcus aureus (Gastroenteritis)", "Escherichia coli (E Coli)" and "Klebsiella (Pneumonia)", among others.

Additionally, the monitors employ special medical grade power supplies that ensure basic safety, essential performance and reliability in professional clinical environments. The displays comply with EN/IEC standards required by many hospitals and clinics. Along with meeting these standards, the displays have built-in Philips PowerSensor technology that determines if a user is present and automatically reduces monitor brightness when the user steps away from the desk. This function can reduce energy costs by up to 80 percent, while also prolonging monitor life.

Using Philips SmartErgoBase, the displays can be lowered down almost to desk level for a comfortable viewing angle. Low bezel-to-table height is the perfect solution for those who use bifocals, trifocals or progressive lens glasses for computing work. Additionally, the adjustable base allows for users of different heights to use the monitor in their preferred angle and height settings, helping them reduce fatigue and strain.

Other Philips display and signage solutions revealed include:

  • 4K (UHD) Glasses-Free 3-D  –  World's First & Only 4K (UHD) Glasses-Free 3D Signage Display
  • IP Signage Platform (IPSP) with HTML5 Cloud Player
  • Quad HD (QHD) Displays
  • UltraWide Displays
  • Clinical Review Healthcare Displays
  • 10-Point Touch Desktop Displays
  • SmartColor Calibration Solution
  • All-in-One Digital Menu Board Solution
  • ShadowSense Touch Technology
  • Gigantic Robotic Touch Tables

 

For more information: www.lcdmonitors.philips.com

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