Technology | June 08, 2011

New Self-Calibrating LCD Line Shown at SIIM

June 8, 2011 - Double Black Imaging (DBI) released its X-Series of self-calibrating LCDs at the Society of Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) 2011 meeting.

The rise of digital imaging technology has quickly changed the way in which patient data is used and distributed within hospitals. Medical images, enriched with patient information, are being shared and reviewed beyond radiology departments, becoming available in every hospital department.

DBI's clinical review monitors are specially designed for versatile clinical healthcare applications in this hospital-wide network of electronic medical records. Outperforming their commercial counterparts, these LCDs have higher brightness levels, better contrast ratios, backlight sensors for stable luminance control and meet all DICOM 3.14 standards. Backed by an industry-leading warranty and service program, the DBI Clinical LCD line is a suitable fit for all clinical imaging requirements.

The 20.1-inch and 24-inch 2 MP Clinical Color LCDs have a variety of features:
- Ultra-high brightness and contrast ratios
- DICOM-compliant out of the box
- Perfect for clinical and modality imaging applications
- Digital and analog inputs for a variety of uses
- Aggressively priced with warranty and service

Double Black Imaging's line of 19-, 24- and 42-inch splash-proof surgical LCDs provide solutions that meet and exceed stringent surgical imaging requirements. With full HD resolution, ultra-high brightness and contrast, they are well-suited for the OR and ER. They deliver bold, vibrant images even when viewed from a distance. The DBI Surgical LCD line supports a wide variety of video inputs for existing and new camera technologies and eliminates costly signal conversion, image degradation and image lag. They feature the fast response time necessary when viewing live video or motion, as well as the versatility to view images in picture-in-picture or picture-by-picture format.

For more information: www.doubleblackimaging.com

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