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2MP Medical Clinical Eonis 24.1'' - MDRC-2224 / K9301808A
Barco 24” Touch Screen Clinical Review Display MDRC-2324 HTEW - K9350071
Barco Coronis Fusion MDCC-4430 30" 4MP Color Diagnostic Display without Video Card - MDCC-4430 / K9602933
EIZO RadiForce 3MP LED LCD Color Diagnostic Display - RX360-BK
Calibration Kit for All EIZO Monitors -RadiCS-UX2
Calibration Kit for All EIZO Monitors
RadiCS-UX1 provides total support for the quality maintenance and control of client monitors, covering everything from calibration to acceptance and constancy tests, calibration history and asset management. Complying with AAPM, DIN, JESRA, IEC and other standards, RadiCS-UX1 enables precise QC with easy-to- follow procedures.
Eizo calibration kit for RadiFoce color and mono displays, includes UX1 sensor and RadiCS software
The user-friendly interface offers an easy way to high-precision monitor QC. Even more, step-by-step wizard explanations simplify procedures to lighten the administrator’s workload.
High-Performance Calibration Conforming to DICOM Part 14
Using the supplied external sensor enables minimum/maximum luminance and color temperature target value settings as well as grayscale and other high-performance calibration conforming to the DICOM Part 14 standard to rectify changes in the monitor’s characteristics due to prolonged use.
Strict Standards of Image Display
When installing a new monitor, it must conform to one of the three acceptance standards (AAPM, DIN and JESRA). Once it is operating, it must then undergo periodic checks to assure that pattern, luminance, grayscale and uniformity comply with one of the five constancy standards (AAPM, DIN, IEC, JESRA and JIS).
Calibration and Test Result Data Management
Calibration, acceptance and constancy test results are stored as history. Monitors can be managed based on this data while output of a monitor’s history is also possible.
Model names, medical institution names, installation sites and other information for each monitor, PC and graphics board can be registered and managed.
RadiForce Monitor GS510, G33, GX320, GS320, GS310, GX220, GS220, G22, G21, G20, G11, R31, RX210, R22, R12
Compatible Operating System
Windows 2000 / XP
DICOM Part 14 GSDF, CIE, Exponential (gamma value), Log Linear, Linear, User definition
English, German, Japanese
EIZO RadiForce 3MP LED LCD Color Diagnostic Display – RX360-BK
$5,799.00Add to cart
The Eizo RX360 (RX360-BK) is a 3 megapixel high-brightness LED LCD monitor ideal for accurate display of chest X-ray, CR, and DR grayscale images and color images such as 3D rendering and image fusion. Featuring a new design and unique EIZO technology, this Eizo RX360 radiology monitor provides both comfort and image precision to medical professionals: EIZO RX360
RadiNet Network QC Management Software for Medical Imaging Displays – RadiNetRead more
Manages 400 Monitors
RadiNET can manage up to 400 monitors connected to 50 client PCs, ranging from the monitors for diagnostic imaging in the reading and modality rooms to HIS/RIS monitors handling reference images and electronic diagnostic chart monitors in clinics.
NEW! EIZO MS236WT 2MP 23” Multitouch
$2,216.00Add to cart
User-Intuitive Multitouch Interface
Both intuitive and enjoyable to work with, multitouch lets you tap, scroll, drag, pinch, spin, etc. with your fingers instead of a mouse and keyboard. The multitouch interface is supported by Windows 8 and 7 and works with the growing number of multitouch applications compatible with these OS.
NEW! EIZO 2MP Color Monitor MX216-BK
$1,489.00Add to cart
Diagnostic Precision with DICOM Part 14 Factory Adjustment
The MX216 is the first MX-Series monitor to include EIZO’s Hybrid Gamma PXL function, which automatically distinguishes between monochrome and color images pixel by pixel, creating a hybrid display where each pixel has optimum grayscale. As a result, monochrome images are displayed in the DICOM® Part 14 grayscale, while color images are reproduced corresponding to Gamma 2.2, for improved efficiency when viewing color and monochrome images together.
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