High Luminance Improved Diagnostic Visibility
MS-S300 comes with 1,000 cd/㎡ calibration to make it the best solution for diagnostic imaging of DR, CT, MRI, etc. The brighter screen dramatically increases the number of perceptual grayscale steps to improve the visibility of structures. Diagnostic reading will be much more efficient.
Independent Sub-Pixel Drive Technology
This unique technology enables MS-S300 to render 9 mega sub-pixel images, exceeding the current standards for primary mammography diagnosis. MS-S300 is cleared for FDA 510(k) for the use of digital mammography and breast tomosynthesis.
Auto Text Mode
To reduce eye strain, brightness is automatically adjusted when viewing patient lists and reporting applications when using auto text mode.
Integrated QA Solution
Managing the daily operation of the Radiology department is now more simplified with QA Medivisor Agent’s calibration and QA standard testing capabilities, combined into an intuitive and easy-to-navigate user interface. This includes QA Medivisor Agent LE, a simplified calibration scheduling tool.
*Optional calibration kit CAL-016 is required for standard QA testing.
With the integrated front sensor, the MS-S300 self-calibrates to the DICOM Part 14 Standard on a regular schedule.
A simple and slim design for a modern look.
The JVC MS-S300 includes several front sensors to efficiently adjust your monitor to fit any reading environment. An ambient light sensor offsets the effects of ambient light to ensure optimal calibration, a color front sensor stabilizes luminance and color for consistent image quality, and the human presence sensor automatically switches to power save mode when you're away.
Desk space is valuable, so the new design of the JVC MS-S300 stand takes up 25% less area than conventional models.
Low Blue Light Panel
MS-S300 comes with a low blue light panel, which reduces strain on the eyes while reading.
Wire Management / DisplayPort Daisy Chains
With DisplayPort 1.2, the use of daisy chains allows for easier wiring connections.
The luminance uniformity correction system produces stable images across the screen.