Deep black levels deliver sharp images on LG’s latest diagnostic display

LG will showcase its latest medical displays at RSNA, with several new models including the new 32HQ713D, 6-8MP diagnostic display. This 31.5”, dual input display incorporates an IPS Black panel with a 2,000:1 contrast ratio. The 32HQ713D delivers deep black levels for sharp images and improved contrast helps to deliver clear image definition with detailed low grey expression. The display includes an integrated front sensor for automatic self-calibration and a luminance sensor, which sets screen brightness properly for the ambient lighting. Calibration and management software makes it easy to set up local or remote calibration schedules, reports and QA testing.

Many features are incorporated as standard to improve user comfort. The 32HQ713D includes an anti-glare screen and a lightweight ergonomic design for easy adjustment, a presence sensor for power management and ​​six hot keys that make it easy to change mode, screen resolution, and lighting settings.

LG will also be showcasing its latest 24” clinical review display. The 24HR713C is also supplied with the latest calibration and management software and includes an integrated front sensor. This high brightness (600nit) 2MP display is designed with ergonomics and functionality in mind with HDMI, DVI display port (daisy chain) connections and lightweight, easy-to-adjust stand.

Visit LG on stand 1361, south hall.

Picture: LG displays feature anti-glare screens and a lightweight ergonomic design.

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