Radiance® With Touch

Radiance G2 Standard

Radiance with Touch

IR Touch Screen, Full Multi-Modality.

The Radiance with touch series is a versatile medical visualization system designed for minimally invasive surgery as well as other medical imaging applications within the operation room. Much like NDSsi’s Radiance with Full MMI, It features all of the same benefits as the Radiance with Full MMI, plus an IR touch screen system.  The Radiance with touch can easily be combined with imaging informatics platforms that can display and deliver customized clinical content to OR staff and enhance surgical workflow.


  • IR touch screen with SAW technology enables resistive touch with a multitude of interactive applications.
  • Medical grade large size LCD display for the modern operating room.
  • Supports a wider range of digital and analog video inputs than most medical displays, including built-in fiber optic DVI and high-resolution Sync-On-Green inputs.
  • Features a “DICOM” gamma correction setting for viewing PACS images, providing luminance response characteristics similar to that of a DICOM-compliant display.
  • Proven compatibility with endoscopic cameras, fluoroscopes, ultrasound machines, and other medical imaging systems offered by all of the major manufacturers.
  • RS-232 interface enables full control of all of the display’s functions from a remote touch screen.

Please contact NDSsi’s Customer Care or use our online form to request more information.

Other products in this family:

  • Radiance G2 Standard
    The standard-brightness 26” Radiance G2 is a high-end, second-generation visualization system designed to complement the G2 High-Bright and the market-leading Radiance family. More...
  • Radiance G2 High-Bright
    The highest-end visualization system available in the industry with the brightest luminance output of any 26"e; surgical display. More...
  • Radiance with Full MMI
    This variation of the Radiance offers full multi-modality imaging capabilities for two input sources to be viewed simultaneously on the same display in a variety of either split-screen or PIP configurations. More...

 

 

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