With a wide 30" screen, the CCL650i2 allows you to view images of two 3MP displays in one screen without the center bezels. Additionally, the CCL650i2 allows for the flexibility of window layouts in a number of ways supporting multiple system configurations. Providing optimal functions for diagnostic viewing, this seamless and wide LCD improves your workflow efficiency while ensuring space and energy saving.
The JVC CCL650i2 automatically recognizes color images to produce optimized contrast, brightness, and gamma, all without requiring user intervention.
Auto Text Mode
To reduce eye strain, brightness is automatically adjusted when viewing patient lists and reporting applications when using auto text mode.
With a 30" wide LCD screen, the CCL650i2 has a viewing area equivalent to two 3MP monitors, providing plenty of room to work on multiple images at once.
With two built-in sensors for luminance stabilization and ambient light measurement, CCL650i2 consistently delivers unmatched image quality.
Reduce the burden of system administrators with remote DICOM calibration and conformance checks.
produce stable images across the screen with JVC's luminance and color uniformity correction system.
Integrate multiple system configurations using two Dual-link DVI and two DisplayPort interfaces.
Multiple Signal Sources
Using the convenient front buttons, you can choose from multiple signal sources.
Special AR Coating for Film-like Black and Improved Sharpness
The new special AR coating technology addresses properties of focus, noise reduction, contrast and viewing angle achieving film-like black and accurate reproduction of images.
User-selectable Monitor Configurations
Operate your monitor without stress or hassle with three preset Luminance/gamma settings, optimized for viewing specialized images.
OSD Information Monitor
With a push of a button, the monitor's current status can be checked such as the monitor model, total operating time, actual measurement of luminance, and calibration settings.
*Customized viewer software and graphics card are required to monitor 10 bits images.