Evolve Your Image Reading
As more image modalities become digitalized, radiologists are viewing an increasing amount of information on their screens. EIZO’s unique Work-and-Flow technology alleviates the complexity of the imaging workflow with new functions developed with the radiologist in mind. Users can take advantage of Work-and-Flow functions with the RadiForce monitor and bundled RadiCS LE software.
Quick Information Referencing
With the Switch-and-Go function, you can operate two different workstations at the same time with a single mouse and keyboard. Work across several monitors by moving the cursor from one screen to the other or switch the signals between workstations as needed without having to change your mouse or keyboard each time. This makes it possible to reduce the number of monitors in the workflow and improves work efficiency.
Quick and Easy Focus
|With the Point-and-Focus function, you can quickly select and focus areas of your concern with just your mouse and keyboard. Change the brightness and grayscale tones of certain points on the screen to make interpretation easier.|
Display Both Monochrome and Color
The Hybrid Gamma PXL function automatically distinguishes between monochrome and color images pixel by pixel, creating a hybrid display where each pixel has optimum grayscale. As a result, monochrome images such as CR and DR are displayed in the ideal grayscale that corresponds to DICOM Part 14, while color images such as those used in endoscopy, nuclear medicine, 3D rendering, and fusion imaging are faithfully reproduced corresponding to
Gamma 2.2. This improves the efficiency of viewing both monochrome and color images
together on one screen.
Create a Free-Flowing Work Environment
Compared to a previous model, the RX340, the monitor’s width, height, and depth were reduced by 35 mm, 39 mm, and 46 mm respectively – a total of 32% less space – saving more workspace for other tasks. Reducing the width of the monitor’s frame by approximately 70% reduces eye movement when comparing side-by-side images in a dual monitor configuration, creating a free-flowing work environment.
Achieve Clarity True to the Source Data
A medical monitor needs to be capable of high brightness in order to meet performance standards. However, in order to achieve high brightness in an LCD panel, the pixel aperture ratio has to be increased. This causes a typically unavoidable decline in sharpness. With EIZO’s unique Sharpness Recovery technology, the decrease in sharpness (MTF) is restored. This allows you to display an image that is true to the original source data safely on the monitor, even at high brightness levels.
MTF measures numerically how faithfully the panel transfers details from the original image data for viewing. When Sharpness Recovery is turned on, in the case of a 2 pixel line pair (spatial frequency of 1.182 cycles/mm) the MTF increases by approximately 54%.
Variations for Specific User Needs
EIZO offers anti-glare (AG) and anti-reflection (AR) screen variations to suit user environments. AG treatment is ideal for exceptionally bright environments and drastically reduces glare from ambient lighting. AR treatment is ideal for moderately-lit environments to reduce mild screen glare while maintaining crisp text and images.
Hassle-Free Multi-Monitor Configuration
Using the DisplayPort connection, you can drive several monitors in a daisy chain sequence. This allows you to configure a multi-monitor setup without the complicated hassle of excessive cabling.
A graphics board that supports daisy chain is necessary.
Make the Precise Diagnosis
|EIZO carefully measures and sets the grayscale at the factory to ensure each monitor is compliant with DICOM Part 14. Furthermore, at startup or upon wakeup, the EIZO patented drift correction function quickly stabilizes the brightness level and compensates the brightness fluctuations caused by the ambient temperature and the passage of time, allowing medical images to be faithfully reproduced with stable brightness and grayscale.|
Manage Effortless Quality Control
|With the RadiCS LE software (included) and Integrated Front Sensor (IFS) built into the front bezel, you can easily calibrate to DICOM Part 14 without having to mount, run, and remove an external sensor.
Simple calibration using the monitor backlight sensor is also supported.
Conserve Energy While Away
|A presence sensor prompts the monitor to switch to power save mode when the user is away and resumes operation upon their return to conserve power when not in use, uniting convenience with savings.|
Stay Confident with Stable Brightness
EIZO’s confidence in its product quality extends to brightness stability which is also covered during the usage time specified in the warranty.
Warranty with Safety and Trust
EIZO and its authorized distributors offer a five-year full warranty.