New color monitor for image viewing in radiology [EN]


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 impression even under different viewing angles.

"The convincing image presentation is achieved by a high-quality IPS panel with LED backlight", explains Marcel Herrmann, Marketing Manager Medical Imaging at JVCKENWOOD. Basically, IPS panel technology offers high brightness, a wide viewing angle and high colour accuracy. IPS stands for In-Plane Switching. This describes a special orientation of the liquid crystals and the resulting physical advantages. The electrodes are arranged side by side in one plane, parallel to the screen surface. When a voltage is applied to the electrodes, the liquid crystals align themselves parallel to the field lines of the electric field. At the same time, they are parallel to the substrate surfaces. "The viewing angle stability can be increased up to 178°, the color reproduction and all other image properties are also improved. In this context, the LED backlight contributes to greater image stability and energy savings," explains Herrmann.

Built-in sensors
A luminance sensor in the background constantly monitors and stabilizes the luminance on the screen and optimizes the image quality.

Secured high quality
The new QA Medivisor Agent ensures quality assurance. "This enables our customers to safely perform the acceptance and constancy tests according to DIN 6868-157 in compliance with the requirements", says Herrmann. The user interface, developed from the ground up, simplifies operation for the user.


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21/02/2019