Designed for Digital Breast Tomosynthesis
Introducing a groundbreaking imaging modality that significantly improves the accuracy of breast cancer detection. The Barco® Mammo Tomosynthesis 5MP has been specifically developed to optimize the reading and interpretation of digital breast tomosynthesis for the highest accuracy. This system's technologies increase the conspicuity of the smallest details, providing radiologists with an advanced degree of diagnostic confidence. This system is cleared by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) for use in standard and multi-frame digital mammography, as well as breast tomosynthesis.
Enhanced Image Accuracy
Seeing is believing. The Mammo Tomosynthesis 5MP ensures quick, consistent delivery of images without motion blur, improving correct diagnosis and swift workflow.
An Illuminating Experience
Experience unrivaled image precision and visibility of the most subtle details. The Mammo Tomosynthesis 5MP features twice the brightness of conventional systems and lasts twice as long.
Cut Through the Noise
Screen noise often hides subtle details. The Mammo Tomosynthesis 5MP ensures pixel-perfect images without the interference of screen noise, to enable clearer visibility of differences in tissue density.
Effortlessly Accurate Readings
With integrated tools, this monitor works for you. Automated checks of contrast and luminance, in combination with an online calibration service, result in an optimal working environment and worry-free readings.
|MFG. Product Number||K9602004|
|Resolution||5MP (2048 x 2560)|
|Screen Technology||IPS-TFT LCD|
|Active Screen Size (H x V)||459.8 x 375.3 mm (18.1 x 14.77")|
|Ambient Light Sensor||Yes|
|Active Screen Size (DIAGONAL)||541 mm (21.3")|
|Pixel Pitch||0.165 x 0.165 mm|
|Viewing Angle (H, V)||178°, 178°|
|Calibration||Auto (built-in front sensor)|
|Calibrated Luminance||1000 cd/m²|
|Max Luminance||2100 cd/m²|
|Power Consumption||46 W|
|Video Input Signals||1 x DVI-D Dual Link, 1 x DisplayPort|
|Weight||66.4 lbs (30.1 kg)|
|Recommended For||All digital images, including digital mammography|