- 8MP (3840x2160) IPS Display
- 350 nits with sRGB over 99%
- DICOM Part 14
- Dynamic Sync Mode & Quick Response Time
- Brightness Stabilization
- Flicker Safe | Reader Mode
8MP IPS Display
Its superior picture quality meets operating room requirements. It improves work efficiency by enabling detailed observation and displaying multiple imaging applications. IPS technology offers outstanding picture quality along with a 178 degree wide viewing angle, so images can be viewed by medical professionals from different angles.
*8MP (Mega Pixel): 4K 3840x2160
Accurate Color Representation
It enables detailed observation of previously hard-to-see regions and displays multiple imaging applications. In particular, it provides brightness and sRGB over 99 to ensure accurate color reproduction in the surgery room. Moreover, by adding a deep red color spectrum, the monitor assures color expression of red spectrum.
DICOM Part 14 Compatible
DICOM Part 14, published by the National Electrical Manufacturers Association (NEMA) and the American College of Radiology (ACR), provides strict guidelines for how grayscale display function calibration and quality assurance tests should be performed on monitors used in medical imaging applications.
*DICOM (Digital Imaging and Communications in Medicine) : Standard applied to the grayscale tone characteristics of monitors used in the medical field.
Quick Response Time
A lot of heavy information is created after checking up and it can be difficult to clearly get all the information at once. Since this monitor supports a low input lag and quick response time, it receives a signal quickly and displays a clear image with no distortion, for precise decoding information to achieve an efficient review.
*Dynamic Sync Mode is only available to 60Hz input source.
A sensor measures the monitor’s backlight brightness stability and automatically compensates for brightness fluctuations caused by aging, for consistently stable images during usage.
Flicker Safe protects eyes from fatigue by virtually eliminating flickering. The steady image helps doctors protect their vision and allows them to continue working as long as they want.
Reader Mode provides optimal conditions for clinical use. LG’s Reader Mode technology reduces blue light, protecting doctors’ eyes from fatigue.