NEC introduces its new MultiSync MD211G3, a grayscale 3 Megapixel medical diagostic display ideal for medical imaging and Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS) in hospitals, doctor offices, urgent care centers and other healthcare facilities. The 21.3-inch medical monitor uses SA-SFT IPS panel, and is factory calibrated to the DICOM grayscale function for luminance and includes uniformity control to provide accurate imaging across the screen and monitors for any inconsistencies.
The MD211G3 features 2043×1536 3 Megapixel native resolution, 400 cd/m² calibrated brightness and 1450cd/m2 maximum brightness. Its built-in ambient light sensor automatically adjusts the display’s brightness based on existing lighting conditions, maintaining the factory DICOM GSDF calibration. It comes with 15.5-bit internal lookup table (LUT) with 1024 levels of gray out of 48,961. The display offers DVI-D and DisplayPort inputs and has built-in USB hub.
NEC’s MultiSync MD211G3 receives several medical certifications including UL60950-1, UL60601-1 3rd edition and IEC62563-1 with FDA 510(k) pending. It comes with an ergonomic stand with four-way functionality – 150mm height-adjust, tilt, pivot and swivel. The medical monitor is priced at $4699 and NEC will release the MDG3-BNDL1 bundle that includes two MD211G3 displays, GammaCompMD QA software and a dual-output DVI video card, providing all equipment healthcare professionals need for a dual-screen setup in radiology and PACS applications. The bundle is priced at $9199.