NEC MultiSync MD211G5 Medical-grade Diagnostic Display

NEC MultiSync MD211G5 Medical-grade Diagnostic Display angle

NEC launches the MultiSycn MD211G5, a medical-grade diagnostic display ideal for high resolution medical imaging. The 21.3-inch monitor utilizes SA-SFT IPS panel and is factory calibrated to the DICOM grayscale function for luminance. It features uniformity control to provide accurate imaging across the screen, and comes with medical certifications, including UL60950-1, UL60601-1 3rd edition and IEC62563-1.

NEC MultiSync MD211G5 Medical-grade Diagnostic Display angle

The medical-grade MultiSync display features 5 Megapixel 2048×2560 native resolution, LED-backlight, 1200:1 contrast ratio, 1200cd/m2 maximum brightness and 500cd/m2 calibrated brightness. The high resolution monitor also provides 176/176-degree wide viewing angles, and features 11.9-bit internal lookup table (LUT) with 1024 levels of gray out of 12,277. Like many NEC displays, the medical display comes with built-in ambient light sensor to automatically adjusts the display’s brightness based on existing lighting conditions.

NEC MultiSync MD211G5 Medical-grade Diagnostic Display landscape

To ensure consistent image quality, the MD211G5 also comes with GammaCompMD QA software for routine display configuration. You can find DisplayPort and DVI-D inputs. A four-way ergonomic stand, including height-adjust, swivel, tilt and pivot is included. The display is priced at $14,999.

NEC will also release the $10,999 MDC3-BNDN1 bundle, which includes two fully matched 3-megapixel color MD211C3 displays, GammaCompMD QA software and an NVIDIA Quadro K2000 2GB video card with two DisplayPort and one DVI output; and the $10,399 MDG3-BNDN1 bundle that includes two fully matched 3-megapixel grayscale MD211G3 displays, GammaCompMD QA Software and an NVIDIA Quadro K2000 2GB video card with two DisplayPort and one DVI output.

 

 

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