The NEC 21.3" Grayscale 5-Megapixel Medical Diagnostic Monitors with Graphics Card (2) is a high-grade set of two monitors, specifically designed for medical use. Each of the matched screens are 21.3" and have 5Mp and 256 levels of grayscale. The displays feature a triple output DVI video card and calibrators. IPS viewing panels allow for wide viewing angles, out-of-the box DICOM calibration, and image uniformity. Each monitor has a protective panel to prevent damage to the screen.
Each screen boasts superb imaging quality, with an 850:1 contrast ratio, 2560 x 2048 native resolution, and 500cd/m2 brightness. The grayscale LCD displays also provide uniform color across both screens and a built-in ambient light sensor adjusts the brightness based on lighting conditions. The integrated USB 2.0 hub allows for connecting peripherals while height, pivot, tilt, and swivel adjustment make for a comfortable viewing experience.
- Includes (2) MD215MG-S5 displays, (1) MDM-XENPRO graphics card and (1) MDCHROMA5 calibrator
- Superior screen performance (850:1 contrast ratio, 2560 x 2048 native resolution, 500cd/m2 brightness)
- Out-of-the-box calibration to the DICOM grayscale display function for luminance
- Uniformity control provides accurate imaging across the screen
- Built-in ambient light sensor automatically adjusts the display's brightness based on existing lighting conditions, reducing energy consumption
- Integrated USB 2.0 hub easily connects you to your peripherals
- Height-adjust, pivot, tilt and swivel capabilities add flexibility and comfort to your viewing preferences
- Protective panel prevents accidental damage to screen
- Digital Uniformity Compensation
- Reduces screen uniformity errors and compensates for differences in color/grayscale and luminance using new signal processing circuitry
- Automatically adjusts the backlight depending on the brightness of ambient lighting conditions. It also tells the monitor to enter power saving mode whenever the ambient lighting falls below a predetermined value (like when lights are shut off at the end of the day), which can significantly reduce energy consumption