MultiSync MDC212C2 is a clinical review display with a built-in calibration timer, so technicians can schedule calibrations of displays during off hours.
The 2-megapixel 21.3-inch color display includes a front sensor to maintain calibrated brightness and a human sensor that turns off the LCD screen when a radiologist leaves a desk.
With its self-calibration capability, the display does not require a computer, software, or a person to handle calibration, according to the company. It completes the job itself at a time that is convenient for radiologists.
The desktop display is also built for 24 x 7 usage. It features a conventional format 4:3 aspect ratio and 1,600 x 1,200-resolution in an IPS panel that covers 97.9% of the sRGB color space, the firm said.
Other features include the following:
The MultiSync MDC212C2 display is pending FDA clearance and will be available in December 2015 at a minimum price of $1,499.