New 8MP 31" Monitor for Medical Image Referencing11/03/2017 | News
Hakusan, Japan, February 21, 2017 – EIZO Corporation today announced the release of the RadiForce MX315W, an 8 megapixel, 31.1-inch monitor with a slim, lightweight design in EIZO’s line of clinical review monitors.
The RadiForce MX315W is the first 8 megapixel monitor in the RadiForce MX Series. With a resolution of 4096 x 2160 pixels over the 31.1-inch screen, a large amount of information can be viewed at once. This allows the monitor to be used in cooperation with various systems such as electronic health record systems, and picture archiving and communication systems (PACS), so that multiple applications and windows can be displayed at once on the same monitor. By utilizing the MX315W’s increased viewing space and freedom of layout, it is possible to display various inspection images side by side, such as CT and MRI images in tiled format. This will allow for the comparison of old and current scans, ultimately improving efficiency.
The MX315W also offers the highest brightness in the RadiForce MX Series at 450 cd/m2. EIZO guarantees 3 years or 10,000 hours of use at the recommended 270 cd/m2 brightness level, ensuring optimal brightness stability over a long period of use. A built-in brightness-sensor ensures the brightness of the monitor will stay consistent over time. Additionally the monitor supports DICOM Part 14* standard calibration.
The monitor has a new slim design to minimize clutter at the workspace. It is only 225 mm deep and 11.7 kg in weight, meaning that less space is used and installation is a breeze. Furthermore the monitor has a built-in power supply so the workspace is free of bulky power supply bricks.
The RadiForce MX315W will begin shipping in July, 2017.
EIZO (TSE:6737), which means image in Japanese, is a visual technology company that develops and manufactures high-end display solutions. EIZO integrates hardware and software technologies with consulting, web hosting, and other services to help customers in business, graphics, gaming, medicine, maritime, and other fields work more comfortably, efficiently, and creatively. Headquartered in Hakusan, Japan, EIZO has R&D and manufacturing facilities in Japan, China, Germany, and the US, and representation in more than 80 countries.
* DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) is an international network standard established by the American College of Radiation (ACR) and the National Electric Manufacturers Association (NEMA) for consistency between medical image data and manufacturer medical imaging devices. The standardized display function for grayscale images is specified in Part 14 of the contents.
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