Designed to meet surgeons' strict requirements in terms of image quality, BenQ surgical display supports a full range of modality systems and input sources, offers versatile installation options and meets medical-related standards. When there is display need for endoscopic cameras and other operating room equipment, BenQ surgical display is the one to beat.
14-bit grayscale and color LUTs provide dramatically expanded grayscale levels and color values. The result is clearer differentiation of visual detail for easier identification of important features whatever the particular medical application.
Use of a high-quality IPS LCD panel not only enhances picture quality, but provides wide viewing angles so images and video are perceived accurately even when viewed from an oblique angle.
Utilize signal processing chips selected for speed to ensure that video signals from input sources such as endoscopic cameras are rendered on-screen without lag, ghosting, or other visual artifacts that might interfere with the ability to gain an accurate, real-time view.
The presence of both legacy interfaces such as VGA and S-Video and modern interfaces such as DVI and 3G-SDI allows input from the widest possible range of analog and digital equipment. In addition, broad interface support enables use of the display as part of a modality system, as well as for output to other devices.
Surgeons can view video from two separate sources side-by-side on a single.BenQ Surgical display by taking advantage of Picture-by-Picture mode, or view one source in a smaller window within the main window using Picture-in-Picture mode. Moreover, color temperature and gamma values can be adjusted for each source independently for even greater flexibility.
A pair of SE displays can be used with a single output device to provide both a normal view and alternate view, such as a mirror image. By taking advantage of this feature, separate views can be provided for different users, or two views can be made available to a single user, as needed.