US-based medical imaging and informatics systems provider NDS Surgical Imaging has unveiled its new Dome S6c LED widescreen six-megapixel (6MP) colour radiology display.
Currently in production, Dome S6c is the newest member of the company's S-series product family and it provides LED-backlight technology, grayscale and color imaging, and 30in widescreen viewing.
The system's diagnostic display has a native resolution of 3280x2048 and can be used as a single 6MP display or in dual 3MP bezel-free format.
According to the company, Dome S6c is suitable for viewing a wide range of medical imaging modalities, including CR, DR, MR, CT, PET-CT, ultrasound, and 3D volume rendering.
The device offers 800cd/m² high-bright LED technology and 1000:1 contrast ratio.
The device is designed to deliver a new benchmark in optical clarity in varying ambient light settings, and it offers 800cd/m² high-bright LED technology and 1000:1 contrast ratio.
NDS Surgical Imaging president and general manager Bill Carrano said: "The Dome S6c is considered to be the next generation of 6MP technology available to users. It is a new solution that addresses existing industry-wide issues by eliminating cooling fans, slimming the profile, and significantly reducing the weight to allow widespread use on motorised review stations."
The new system also reduces protective glass, avoiding unwanted specular reflections or blurred images.
The company said that the device also features a hidden front sensor, which performs automatic daily DICOM conformance testing, and allows on-demand testing from remote locations via the globally accessible DomeAccess secure web portal.
Image: NDS Surgical's Dome S6c LED widescreen 6MP color radiology display. Photo: courtesy of Business Wire/NDS Surgical Imaging.