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Diagnostic display MD32G
21.3in4:3DVI

diagnostic display
diagnostic display
diagnostic display
diagnostic display
diagnostic display
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Characteristics

Applications
diagnostic
Display size
21.3in
Aspect ratio
4:3
Input
DVI, VGA
Response time

20 ms

Power consumption

30 W

Viewing angle

178 °

Weight

7.5 kg, 11 kg (16.5 lb)

Description

Reshin professional display is featured with high resolution, high luminance, 12bit grayscale, multiple curves based on DICOM standard, designed for clinical diagnoses including PACS, DR and other medical image systems. Accurate image quality images can improve doctors’ efficiency and make diagnoses become easier. Reshin diagnostic display is paired with 3MP resolution, which can present the medical image precisely. Suit for CT, MR, DSA image to DR image perfectly. The luminance can reach up to 2,000cd/m2. With the combination of high luminance & contrast ratio, a significant sense of depth is formed, perfect for locating the nidus. Reshin display can express 4096-grade grayscale to provide a smoother image transition. Guarantees a perfect presentation of the 12-bit high grayscale image captured by high-end equipment. Also, it is helpful to diagnose the early lesion of low contrast with normal tissues. After the spotlight is enabled, the system will dim the full screen, capture the coordinates of the cursor by software, and highlight the circle area or the rectangular area centred at the cursor to the highest calibrated luminance. This achieves a similar effect of a spotlight on stage, highlighting the nidus and assisting diagnosis. The display has a built-in lightbox mode. With the magnetic film clip clamping the films, and quick operation by shortcut keys, the doctor can conveniently read the film on the monitor.

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