News | Flat Panel Displays | July 08, 2016

Richardson Healthcare Announces New Image Systems N-Series Diagnostic Displays

New series features color and grayscale models up to 5MP for breast imaging and multimodality viewing

Richardson Healthcare, N-Series diagnostic displays, breast imaging, multimodality viewing, SIIM 2016

C5MPn diagnostic display image courtesy of Richardson Healthcare

July 8, 2016 — Richardson Healthcare announced the new Image Systems N-Series family of diagnostic displays with models available in 2, 3, and 5MP formats. The display line features the C5MPn, a 5MP color display for breast imaging and multimodality viewing on a full color monitor.

Richardson showcased the new series at the 2016 Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) annual meeting, June 29-July 1 in Portland, Ore.

The Image Systems N-Series includes three color displays (C2MPn, C3MPn, C5MPn) and three grayscale models (M3MPn, M5MPn, M5MPnT). Radiologists viewing mammography images can select from the C5MPn for breast imaging on a color display; the M5MPn which features a user-selectable blue or clear tint; or the M5MPnT which maximizes brightness to facilitate digital breast tomosynthesis interpretation. The new N-Series features a sleek, slim case design, an IPS technology LCD panel, and LED backlight technology.

Displays in this series also have four sensors — front, backlight, ambient light and temperature — for maximum control over performance. In addition, each display comes with a PrivateLight for document reading without eye distraction and CFS software tools to ensure proper calibration, enhance productivity and facilitate asset management.

For more information: www.rellhealthcare.com

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