Double Black Imaging introduces new medical display monitors at RSNA 2018

By Staff News Brief

Double Black Imaging introduced new medical display monitors ranging from 3MP to 8 MP resolution at the RSNA annual meeting. The N series and Gemini Series LED backlit displays feature higher luminance and contrast ratios, enhanced viewing of multi-modality images, and integrated Hybrid Gamma Correction (HGC). Two of the monitors, a 5.2 MP and 8.8 MP, have been cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for breast imaging including digital breast tomosynthesis.

All diagnostic display monitors are equipped with built-in front sensors for hands-free automatic DICOM 3.14 calibration, as well as backlight sensors and ambient light sensors to maintain stability over time. The CFS Calibration software provides remote calibration, conformance, report generation, and non-conformance alerts via the internet.

The Westminster, CO-headquartered company said that its CFS Productivity toolkit offers utilities designed to improve user workflow, enhance visual clarity and reduce distraction. It also increases cursor movement efficiency while minimizing hand strain, according to Double Black Imaging.

The company also introduced a new 27” 8MP Clinical LED backlit display. The DBI CL8MPS includes a front sensor for auto-DICOM calibration and is specifically designed for use in clinical review areas, for modality imaging, or as a worklist display. The display monitor features a 350 cd/m2 peak luminance, a contrast ratio of 1000:1, and HDMI and display port inputs.

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Double Black Imaging introduces new medical display monitors at RSNA 2018.  Appl Radiol. 

By Staff News Brief| December 11, 2018

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