• Independent

    Private Menu- Separate UI Display (3.5″, 340×800) | Motion Detector (Eco)- Powers down monitor when not in use

  • Lighting

    Private Lite (reading light) | Ambient Lite (behind monitor)

  • Smart

    Embedded IQ Sensor® | Ambient Sensor (adjust screen to rom light) | Self DICOM Calibration & Conformance

  • Precise

    14-bits Grayscale

  • Control

    Luminance Uniformity Control (LUC) | Digital Ambient Control (DAC)

  • Advanced

    Built-in IQ Sensor® II for DICOM Calibration

WIDE First to Market

The first radiological monitor company to add a reading light has added something even better to its already stunning 12MP 31" CW120N & 6MP 30" CW60N model monitors. A private menu screen on the bottom right-hand side gives users a fast, easy, and clear view. Save time and increase the impact of your readings with WIDE monitors.

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Clinical & Modality

Digital Ambient Control Sensor (DAC)

WIDE’s DAC (Digital Ambient Control) sensor is located at the top of each diagnostic display to monitor ambient lighting within the reading room environment and is critical to ensuring proper DICOM calibration. If significant changes are observed by the DAC, an optional alert can be sent to the QA administrator.

Quick Backlight Luminance Stabilization

WIDE’s on-board luminance correlation sensor, SBC (Self-Brightness Control) continuously monitors to detect any change in backlight luminance and automatically adjusts the backlight to reach its optimum luminance.

IQ Sensor : Self-Calibration Sensor (WIDE Patent Protected)

WIDE’s patented built-in IQ Sensor®, combined with bundled network calibration software, automatically calibrates the diagnostic display to the DICOM 3.14 standard. Along with being hands free, auto DICOM Calibration, the IQ Sensor® utilizes advanced sensor technology for increased accuracy and enhanced sensitivity.