Innovations for radiological image diagnosis and viewing

JVCKENWOOD convinces with new monitors and integrated video solution

Mönchengladbach, 6 May 2019 – The International Medical Imaging Exhibition (ITEM) of the Japanese X-Ray Society in Yokohama once again gave JVCKENWOOD the opportunity to present the latest display solutions. The focus was on two 5-megapixel displays: the color display CL-S500 and the grayscale display MS-S500.


New monitor solutions for mammography

With a brightness of 1,150 cd/m² and a contrast of 2,000:1, the colour monitor guarantees further optimised image quality. JVCKENWOOD has also improved the ergonomics of the display. "By reducing the amount of blue light in the panel, the viewer's eyes become less fatigued and can continue to view without fatigue, safely and reliably for longer. This effect is supported by a stabilisation of the colour temperature", explains Marcel Herrmann, Marketing Manager Medical Imaging at JVCKENWOOD. The built-in keyboard illumination simplifies typing and operating the software in dark diagnostic environments. With a brightness of 3,000 cd/m² and a contrast of 2,000:1, the grayscale display guarantees faithful image reproduction, especially in mammography.


New monitors for radiology

With the CL-R190 JVCKENWOOD expands its portfolio with a viewing monitor for radiology. With the 1.3 megapixel 19" color display, physicians can display clinical data as well as images. The device is characterized by its very high-quality and stable image quality even under various viewing angles. "The convincing image quality is made possible by a high-quality IPS panel with LED backlight," explains Herrmann. In principle, the IPS panel technology offers high brightness, a wide viewing angle and high colour accuracy.


The CL-R211 is a 2-megapixel colour monitor for reporting images of all modalities except mammography - according to DIN 6868-157 for room class 1 and 2. "Like all displays of the current i3 series, the CL-R211 also comes with the new housing design. Function keys on the front panel with virtual descriptions that can be assigned individually give users direct access to various functions," says Herrmann, describing the new feature.


Integrated video solutions for the OR

Together with its subsidiary Rein Medical, JVCKENWOOD presented fully integrated image documentation and operating theatre systems that allow central management of the video information processed in the operating theatre. In addition, users can communicate and exchange data with various systems in the hospital and medical products directly from the operating theatre. This includes biometric information as well as X-rays and videos of all kinds