Eizo launches new range of RadiForce diagnostic monitors

5 September 2011

EIZO UK has launched four new models to its range of RadiForce G&R-Series of medical diagnostic monitors. The 3 megapixel monochrome GX340 and colour RX340, and the 2 megapixel monochrome GX240 and colour RX240.

The new models incorporate LED backlights which offer a longer service life and enable EIZO UK to offer a 5-year warranty. By utilising an energy-efficient LED backlight, the monitors achieve higher maximum brightness and reduction in power consumption of approximately 21% (EIZO’s internal measurement under the same conditions) compared to the same size monitor with a conventional CCFL (cold cathode fluorescent lamp) backlight.

Eizo's new monitors
Eizo's new range of Radiforce monitors

The new models feature EIZO’s unique Hybrid Gamma function which automatically distinguishes whether the displayed images are monochrome or colour even within the same application. It displays each image in its ideal brightness and greyscale tones. The function also distinguishes monochrome images from different modalities such as chest X-ray or ultrasound and is therefore beneficial for monochrome monitors as well. This expands the usability of PACS (Picture Archiving and Communication System) applications by ensuring that various medical images are optimally displayed simultaneously.

An Integrated Front Sensor (IFS) housed within the front bezel measures brightness and greyscale tones and calibrates to the DICOM Part 14 standard. Without having to connect and disconnect, the IFS performs QC tasks and does not interfere with the viewing area. This dramatically cuts monitor quality control workload and maintenance costs.

All models come equipped with a presence sensor which unites convenience with savings by ensuring the monitor conserves power when it is not in use. The presence sensor prompts the monitor to switch to power save mode when it detects the user is away from the monitor, and to then resume normal operation when the user returns.

Worldwide availability of all four models is scheduled for quarter one of 2012.

Source: Eizo Nanao Corporation


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