LEDs produce more intense and brighter light than LCD screens, resulting in a flicker-free image that reduces headaches and eye strain. Because LED lighting is available in a variety of colours that mimic natural lighting, it can be used to aid in the regulation of the human body’s circadian rhythm.
When a facility lacks windows, cooler lighting helps reflect daytime sunlight, which can reduce depression and fatigue. LED Display (light-emitting diode display) is a screen display technology that employs a light-emitting diode (LED) panel as the light source.
Currently, LED displays are used as a screen and as an interaction medium between the user and the system in a large number of electronic devices, both small and large.
The Global LED healthcare display market accounted for $XX Billion in 2022 and is anticipated to reach $XX Billion by 2030, registering a CAGR of XX% from 2023 to 2030.
NEC Display Introduces the LED-Backlit 3 Megapixel MD212G3 Diagnostic Monitor NEC Display Solutions of America has announced the release of the MultiSync MD212G3 LCD, a widescreen display for diagnostic review applications in healthcare organisations.
The 3-megapixel, 21.3-in. display with an IPS panel is designed for precise grayscale reproduction and wide viewing angles. The MD212G3 display has a 1,400:1 contrast ratio and a calibrated brightness of 1,700 cd/m2.
“With the introduction of the MD212G3 display, the entire NEC MultiSync Medical Series portfolio is now LED backlit, which is significant for reducing hazardous materials,”. “The display also has anti-reflective coating to improve working conditions for professionals who use it.”
The MD212G3 monitor includes luminance calibration to the DICOM grayscale display function out of the box. The luminance is kept stable over time by an integrated front sensor. Furthermore, the included GammaCompMD QA software ensures accurate calibration and conformance to the DICOM standard.
The monitor stand has four ergonomic features, including height adjustment, swivel, tilt, and pivot. When using a 10-bit DisplayPort connection, the MD212G3 has a 16-bit lookup table that provides 1,024 levels of grey out of a palette of 12,277.
The display is designed to meet the needs of healthcare facilities that require consistent and accurate medical imaging through the use of a Picture Archiving and Communication System (PACS).
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