About MFGD 5621 HD
The MFGD 5621 HD is part of Barco's Coronis® 5MP Mammo display system for digital mammography.
Continuous DICOM compliance with integrated I-Guard®
To ensure superior image accuracy and diagnostic confidence, Barco's MFGD 5620 HD includes the unique I-Guard® technology. The compact, front-mounted I-Guard® sensor continually guards and adjusts the luminance output of the actual diagnostic viewing area at the front of the display. Barco's I-Guard® sensor truly sees what you see, thereby ensuring consistent image quality and continuous DICOM accuracy over time and across displays.
Lifelong reading comfort thanks to DuraLight®
It is Barco's belief that a medical display system should provide 100% of its 'as-new' performance during its entire lifetime. That is why the MFGD 5620 HD includes DuraLight®, a revolutionary backlight technology. Compared to conventional Cold Cathode Fluorescent Lamps, the average lifetime of DuraLight® backlights is prolonged by a factor of 3 to 5, without increasing power consumption. This means that there is no need to replace the backlight during the life span of the medical display, which substantially reduces the system's cost of ownership. DuraLight® comes with a 5 year warranty.
Pixel perfect viewing thanks to Per Pixel Uniformity (PPU)
In mammography reading, it is crucial to recognize the smallest and most subtle image details. Luminance differences as small as a few percent, on the edge of what the human eye can perceive, represent diagnostic information. To provide you with the diagnostic confidence you need, the MFGD 5620 HD is equipped with the unique Per Pixel Uniformity (PPU) functionality. This proprietary technology measures and adjusts the luminance output at pixel level and eliminates screen noise, thereby making each individual pixel DICOM-compliant. Unlike other flat fielding techniques, PPU technology operates transparently and in real-time. Thanks to Barco's PPU functionality, the MFGD 5620 HD is the first 5MP LCD display to comply with the center-to-corner luminance uniformity specified in DIN 6868-57.
Ultimate diagnostic confidence with Defect Pixel Compensation (DPC)
Current Liquid Crystal Displays contain some missing pixels. These so-called defect pixels can be problematic because you might miss critical information in a mammography image. To make sure that no information is missing, Barco's MFGD 5620 HD flat panel has Defect Pixel Compensation (DPC) technology. DPC detects and identifies the missing pixels in each individual display. In addition, Barco's user-friendly MediCal Pro software can generate a report of this information. Thanks to Barco's patent pending DPC technology, you can diagnose with confidence and precision.