Nio 5MP (MDNG-5121)

Nio 5MP (MDNG-5121)

5 MegaPixel (2048 x 2560) diagnostic grayscale display system

Nio 5MP (MDNG-5121 MA) is a flexible diagnostic display system with a resolution of 2048 x 2560. Thanks to its high luminance and contrast, Nio 5MP is a perfect solution for a wide range of medical imaging applications, such as X-ray, PACS, MRI, angiography, computed tomography and mammography on PACS.

Long-term image confidence

Backlight Output Stabilization technology guarantees fast power-up and continuously stabilizes the luminance output of the LCD's backlight. This significantly improves the overall optical efficiency of the display system and provides long-term image stability.

High-quality imaging

The Nio 5MP brings high brightness, exceptional crispness and an excellent viewing angle to your readings. Backlight Output Stabilization (BLOS) technology guarantees fast power-up and continuously stabilizes the luminance output of the LCD’s backlight.

Fully transparent calibration and QA

Barco's Nio 5MP is bundled with MediCal QAWeb for automated DICOM calibration, Quality Assurance, display asset management, problem solving and reporting, guaranteeing maximum diagnostic confidence and uptime of your PACS display systems.

The Nio 5MP display system includes:

  • A 5 MegaPixel flat panel display
  • MediCal QAWeb software for automated calibration and Quality Assurance
  • A high-speed, high-performance display controller: check the compatibility matrix
5 MegaPixel resolution (2,048 x 2,560 or 2,096 x 2,800) 21-inch screen diagonal Grayscale display Backlight Output Stabilization MediCal QA software
included 10 bit Look Up Table Anti-reflective protective front cover Usable in portrait and
landscape mode Standard 5-year warranty

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